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» APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE, 



1886 



FOR THE INFORMATION OF PARLIAMENT. 



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OTTAWA: 
FEINTED BY MACLEAN, ROGER & CO., WELLINGTON STREET. 

1886. 



AUDITOR-GENERAL'S REPORT 

FOR 1884-5. 



I have the honor to transmit my report for the fiscal year 1884-5 on Appropria- 
tion and other accounts. 

Statements similar to those which were inserted in the last report will be found 
in this, and the system of classifying and subdividing accounts has been extended to 
the following Services : Legislation Indemnity, Militia (Permanent and North- West 
Force), Post Office (Outside Service) and Public Works. 

The expenditure due to suppressing the Rebellion, is given in such great detail 
because everything connected with that trouble is looked upon with so much interest. 

A statement is now preparing, on a similar basis, of the outlay since 1st July last, 
under the terms of the $2,300,000 grant. This information will be laid before Parlia- 
ment within the first fifteen days of the Session. 

I am quite sensible of the advisability of keeping down the size of this report. 
To carry out this object, space has been economized by leaving as few blanks as 
possible, and by omitting details which seemed to be of minor interest. 

Under this head I may refer to the remark made by the Deputy Minister of 
Finance in the preface to the Public Accounts, as to giving in this report the names 
of the recipients of public money. It has not appeared to me unimportant to give 
the names ; but of less importance than to make the classification which is now 
furnished in part II. The first thing is : " How much did a particular sub division of 
the Public Service cost ?" • 

I propose, then, so that both objects may be attained, to retain part II as it now 
is (but with fewer names), aid to make a subsidiary statement, showing the gross 
Amount paid to each individual, unless the sums are small. 

I would^suggest that, as far as it may not interfere with some other object, the 
Public Accounts Committee should adopt the practice of going regularly through the 
report, instead of ordering information and vouchers connected with widely separated 
items at anytime during the Session. If my suggestion were followed, I could be 
of more service by having the subject of the day's consideration refreshed by con- 
sultation with the examiners in this office, and by reading the vouchers ordered. The 



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Committee might, at the first meeting, order the vouchers for such items as require 
examination, up to a certain page in part II* At the second meeting the vouchers 
ordered at the first meeting would be considered, and the vouchers up to another 
page ordered. 

I hope that I shall not be considered wanting in respect as a servant of Parlia^ 
ment in drawing attention to the impossibility of securing, at the limit of salary 
fixed by section 24 of the present Civil Service Act, the permanent services of such 
persons as are capable of properly examining the important accounts which are 
brought under review in this office. 

There will be found at page 3 of part II several important Orders in Council 
which affect the economical administration of the Public Service, and which it will 
be convenient to have for future reference. 

Communications from this office to the Treasury Board, with the action taken by 
the Board, will be found, as usual, in an appendix to the preface. 

J. L. MoDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General, 
Audit Office, February 25, 1886. 



TKEASUKY DECISIONS—CORRESPONDENCE AND STATEMENTS. 

Audit Office, Nov. 5, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to inform you that the system now followed of payiDg 
the salaries of the Inside Civil Service for each month at the beginning of the 
month, appears to me to be illegal. 

At the time payment is made not only is the service not performed, but there 
are manifestly three causes which may prevent its being done at all : — 1st, death; 
2nd, removal from office ; 3rd, suspension. 

To pat back at once payment to the end of the month would be a source of 
inconvenience to many. I have therefore to suggest that the pay list for January 
next be authorized on the 2nd of that month, and that pay-lists of subsequent months 
be postponed two days per month, until the last of the month be reached. 

The pay-lists and other authorities for the payments of extra clerks and other 
employees, who are now paid on the 1st* of the month, should, I think, be treated as 
I propose that the pay-lists for permanent employees be dealt with. 

I would further suggest that when the day for passing a pay-list under the pro- 
posed regulation is a Sunday or bank holiday, the pay-list be issued on the previous 
day. » 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The Sec'y-Treasury Board. 



Order in Council, Nov. 10, 1835 :-— 

That the pay-lists for January be authorized on the 2nd January next, and that 
the pay-lists of the subsequent months be authorized four days later each month, 
until the last of the month be reached, and that thereafter the pay-lists for each, 
month be authorized on the last day of the month, except the day be a Sunday or 
bank or departmental holiday, when the pay-lists shall be authorized on the 
previous day. 



Order in Council, Nov. 23, 1885 : — 

That the Order in Council of the 10th instant, on the payment of salaries of the 
Inside Civil Service, permanent and temporary, be amended, in so far as to fix the 
dates for the authorization of the pay-lists as follows : — 

For January, 1866, the 31st Dec, 1885. 

For February, 1886, the 4th Feb., 1886. 

For March, 1886, the 6th March, 1886 ; 
and so on, postponing the dates two days later in each succeeding month until the 
last of the month is reached. 



Audit Office, Sept. 3, 1885. 

Sir, — I am afraid that Mr. P. LeSueur, the Secretary of the Civil Service Com- 
mission, is not entitled to receive an allowance as a superannuated officer while 
drawing pay for his services. 

Will you unite with me in notifying the bank to discontinue payment of the 
allowance. 

Your obedient servant, 
The Dy. Minister of Finance. J. L. McDOTJGALL, A.G. 



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Finance Dept., Sept. 23, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 3rd 
instant, informing me that Mr. P. LeSueur, the Secretary of the Civil Sorvice Com- 
mission, is not entitled to receive an allowance as a superannuated officer while 
drawing pay for his services, and asking me to join with you in notifying the bank 
to discontinue payment of the allowance. In reply I beg to say that I have laid 
your letter before Hon. M. Bowell, and by his direction I have sent the same to the> 
Dept. of Justice for opinion. 

Your obedient servant, 
The Auditor-General. FEED. TOLLER. 



Audit Office, Oct. 5, 1885. 

Memorandum to Justice Dept. : — According to my interpretation of roc. 49 of tbe 
Civil Service Act of 1882, during the time of re-employment of a superannuated 
officer his superannuation allowance should be dropped. For this reason I thought it 
proper to withhold the payment of Mr. LeSueur's salary as Secretary of the Board 
ol C. S. Examiners, which is about the same as his superannuation allowance, till I 
find out whether the Finance Dept. holds the same view of the matter as I do. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Justice Dept., November 7, 1885. 

Sir, — With reference to your letter of the 23rd September last, enclosing one 
from the Auditor-General, in which he claims that Mr. P. LeSueur is not entitled 
to receive his superannuation allowance while drawing pay as a member of the Board 
of Civil Service Examiners, and as Secretary thereof, I have the honor to say that 
I do not think Mr. LeSueur's case comes within the provisions of tho clause of the 
Superannuation Act, 1883, to which you direct my attention (46 Vic, cap. 8, sec. 11)* 

It appears that Mr. LeSueur was over 60 years when he retired from the Ser- 
vice, and the situation he is now filling is lower in emolument than that from which 
lie retired* 

Furthermore, I am of opinion that the forfeiture of the allowance prescribed 
by the section in question is a penalty for refusing to serve. I do not therefore see 
how it applies to the case under consideration. 

There is a clause in the Act governing the superannuation of judges, which 
provides for the reduction of any salary to which the recipient of a pension may 
become entitled by the amount of such pension. 1 do not find any similar provision 
in the Civil Service Superannuation Act. 

Your obedient servant, 

The Dy. Min. of Finance. A. POWEE, for D. M. J. 



Finance Dept., November 10, 1885. 

Sir, — Eeferring to your letter of 3rd instant, relative to the payment to Mr. P* 
LeSueur, the Secretary of the Civil Service Commission, of his salary as Secretary, in 
addition to his allowance as a superannuated officer, I have now the honor to send 
you herewith copy of letter from the Department of Justice on the subject. 

Your obedient servant, 

The Auditor-General. J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 



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Audit Office, December 2, 1885. 

Sir, — lam in receipt of your communication of the 10th ultimo, whioh con- 
tains a letter from the Department of Justice on the superannuation allowance ot 
Mr. LeSueur. 

I draw from the 11th sec. of 43 Vic, cap. 8, that when a superannuated officer 
of any age returns to the service, his superannuation allowance is in abeyance during; 
the time of the employment. The section does not apply directly to persons over 
sixty ; but I think that it clearly does inferentially on the point involved in Mr* 
LeSueur's case. 

The section was evidently intended to secure two things : (1) to the Government 
the power of calling upon any superannuated person to perform duties for which ha 
might, in the opinion of the Government, be qualified ; (2) to the superannuated offi- 
cer the right to refuse, unless the emolument were up to a certain amount. 

With reference to the second point, it surely cannot be intended to convey that 
the superrannuated person may refuse, unless the emolument is the salary which he 
enjoyed while he was active and capable of general work, with his superannuation 
allowance added. Yet, if it is not understood that the superannuation al owance is to» 
cease during the period of the renewed employment, this interpretation must be given 
to the second part of the clause. Therefore, so far as a person under sixty years of 
age is concerned, I take it that the superannuation allowance is not payable while 
active service is being performed. 

Mr. LeSueur, being over sixty* cannot be compelled to come into the service. He 
may refuse any occupation at any rate of remuneration however great ; but I draw 
from the second part of section 11 that if he undertakes to perform any duties his 
remuneration for the performance of the duties involves the stoppage of the super- 
annuation allowance for the period of the service. It never could be intended that 
such a heterogeneous mode of account-keeping should be adopted as would be 
involved in making payment for service and for superannuation allowance concur 
while the person was over sixty, and the superannuation allowance stop while the 
person was under sixty. 

The letter of the Department of Justice points out that the regulation with refer- 
ence to judges who have been pensioned, and who are re-employed, runs with my 
view regarding superannuated officers. 

So far as my recollection goes, all pensioned officers have been similarly treated 
when they have again entered the service. The cases of Messrs. Haviland, Trutch 
and O'Reilly occur to me. Pensions and superannuations should, in this respect, be 
treated uniformly. 

Yours respectfully, 

The Dy. Minister of Finance. J. L. Mc DOUG ALL, A. &* 



Treasury Board, Dec. 7, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to state that I read to the Honorable the Treasury Board, 
at a meeting held this morning, your letter of the 2nd instant, respecting the pay- 
ment of the superannuation allowance to Mr. LeSueur. The Board, having fully 
Considered all the circumstances of the case, concur in the report of the Acting 
Deputy Minister of Justice (copy sent you with my communication of the 10th. 
ultimo), and direct that the superannuation allowance be paid Mr. LeSueur. 

Your obedient servant, 

The Auditor-General. J. M. COURTNEY, Bee, 



via 



Treasury Minute, 7 th December, 1885. 

The Board had under consideration a letter from the Auditor-General, under 
date of the 2nd instant, respecting the payment of the superannuation allowance to 
Mr. LeSueur. 

After having fully considered all the circumstances of the case, the Board, on 
the advice of the Acting Deputy Minister of Justice, direct that the superannuation 
allowance be paid Mr. LeSueur. 



Audit Office, Nov. 16, 1885. 

Sir, — I forward herewith a copy of a circular issued by me last May, containing 
a form of declaration to be attached to accounts of cash outlay. 

As the Treasury Board was not at that time holding meetings, I was unable to 
do more than suggest the form as desirable. 

Under sec. 15 of the Audit Act, and subject to the approval of the Treasury 
Board, I now prescribe for attachment to accounts of cash expenditure the following 
solemn declaration, to be made under the " Act for the Suppression of Voluntary 
Oaths :" 

(1). That the attached account, amounting to $ , is a true statement of my 
outlay for the public service, and of the allowances due to me. 

(2). That the sums therein shown as outlay were actually spent by and 

for the purposes stated. 

(3). That I obtained the most favorable rates possible under the circumstances. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Secretary Treasury Board. J. L. Mo DOUG ALL, A.G. 



Audit Office, January 12, 1886. 

Sie, — I beg to state that I have been informed that transient travellers obtain 
board at Eegina for $2 a day, and that living expenses in other parts of the 
North- West are proportionately lower than when the Order in Council fixing the 
per diem allowance to officers travelling in Manitoba and North-West Territories 
was passed. 

If the Board is not prepared at present to pass a minute reducing the allowance 
to the amount paid in other parts of the Dominion, I would suggest that evidence as 
to the actual cost of living be obtained throughout the Departments whose officers 
travel often through the North- West. 

Your obedient servant, 

The Secretary Treasury Board. J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 



Audit Office, October 27, 1885. 

Sir, — I have your application for a payment to La Minerve of $3,378.50, the 
balance of their account for the Chinose Commission report. 

The whole claim of $7,073.50 may be divided as follows :— 

Value of work under parliamentary contract figures, $4,951.65. 

Excess of claim over parliamentary contract figures, $2,121.85. 

In accordance with my action in previous similar circumstances, I can only 
certify the amount at which the work could have been done in Ottawa. 

This would leave $1,256.65 still due, which will be paid at once. 

I enclose a calculation of the amount named above, $4,951.65. 

Tours respectfully, 
The Under Secretary of State. J. L. MoDOUGALL, A. G. 



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Treasury Board, Nov. 24, 1885. 

Sir, — With reference to the account of La Mtnerve for printing the report 
of the Chinese Commission, I have the honor to enquire whether the report was not 
printed on better paper and the work done in a manner superior to the ordinary 
Parliamentary returns printed by the contractors. I shall bo obliged by an answer 
at your very earliest convenience. 

Your obedient servant, 

The Auditor-General. J. M. COUBTNEY, Secy, 



Audit Office, Nov. 26, 1885. 

SrR, — I beg to acknowledge your letter about the Chinese Commission report. 

The paper was more expensive than that used in the Departmental reports, said 
the price claimed was paid. 

The typography is better than we get at present from the Parliamentary con- 
tractors. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Secy. Treasury Board. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Order in Council of Nov. 14, 1885:— 

" The attention of the Treasury Board was called by the Deputy Minister of 
Finance to the statement of the balances of the several Government accounts witfe 
the Bank of Montreal on the 31st October, 1885, by which it appeared that some of 
the Departments had issued pay cheques in advance of the due date. 

The Board recommend that the attention of the several Departments be called 
to the irregularity of such action, and the Board are of opinion, and recommend that 
steps should be immediately taken, to stop the practice for the future. 



Audit Office, March 13, 1885. 

Sir, — You are aware that the employes of the Department of Public Works, 
except those who are under the Civil Service Act, are paid from the appropriations 
tor public buildings, harbors, or other works, and that neither is the whole salary 
-of any one employe made a charge against one appropriation, nor doe3 the portion of 
salary charged against any work indicate the length of time spent on the work. 

The preparation of a statement of the salaries and travelling expenses of such 
employes therefore requires much labor in unearthing each month's salary from the 
whole expenditure for public buildings or harbors, as the case may be. 

I would suggest that as it seems impracticable, even under the present system 
of appropriation, to show the exact cost of each building or harbor, a change be 
made, which will do away with the other difficulty — that of showing the amount 
paid to each person for overseeing construction. The voting of a sum under publico 
buildings for the inside staff of architects, and another for that on the outside, and 
similarly two, under harbors, for engineers who are connected with the harbors and 
dredging expenditure, would, with a provision for the extra clerks at Ottawa, meet 
the requirements. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Dy. Minister of Finance. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Circular. 

Audit Office, Oct. 9, 1885. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith a statement of payments which have been made to 
members of the Civil Service under your letters of credit from the 30th of June, 1884, 
to the latest date which your returns to this office cover. These payments are 
illegal. See 45 Vic, chap. 4, sec. 49, and 48 Vic, chap. 46, sec. 51. 

Strictly, I should deduct these sums, in passing the pay-lists, from the persons 
who received them, but I shall take the responsibility of not doing so until after ai> 
opportunity has been given you to ask Parliament to sanction the payments by 
making appropriations for them. 

I would not be justified with reference to any future similar case that might 
.arise, in postponing the making of the deduction from the pay-list. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, AG. 



Payments to Officers of the Civil Service under Departmental Letters op 

Credit. 

AgricuHvre : — 

Ocean Mail Clerks paid during 1884-85 $100 each. 

Militia : — 

Name. Dept. Paid in 

D. A. McDonald Militia 1884-85 $ 486 25 

F. E P. Aldrich « 1884 85 $100 

" " 1885-86 400 

— 500 oa 

C.H. O'Meara « 1884-85 200 00 

A. Benoit " 1885-86 500 00 



$l/iS6 -5 



Alao, persons belonging to the Civil Service who were on duty in the North- 
West during the recent rebellion : — 



Senate : — 

Jas. Young.. ..Purchasing stationery... Paid in 1885-86 $200 

Souse of Commons : — 

Name. Dept. Paid in 

H.N. P. Chesley ...Post Office 1884-85 $240 

" ... " 1885 86 60 

$300 00 

J. Mnllin " 1884-85 240 

" " 1885-86 60 

300 00 

C. Medlow Secy. State 1885-86 25 00 

$625 00 



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Legal Expenses. 



M. Adams 

H. Abbott, jun, 

Aikins, Culver & Hamilton .... 

Allenby & Weir 

Andrews, Caron & Co 

Hon. J. Armstrong ,.. .. 

J. O. Barbarie 

P. M. Barker 

0. Barsalou 

J. Bergin ..... 

Jas. Bethune 

T. V. Bingay & Sons 

G. T. Blackstock 

H. Bleeker 

Bompas, Bischoff & Dodgson . 

Borden & Atkinson 

W H. Bowlby . 

T. C. Casgrain , 

Hon. L. R Church 

J B. Comeault , 

Crerar & Benyon 

C. P. Davidson 

John Davidson....- 

Delaney & Ostrom 

Dennistoun & Hall 

F. Desbrisay 

W. J. Diamond 

Drake, Jackson & Helmcken- 

L. N. Dumouchel : ., 

J Dunbar 

J. C. Eccles 

Farley & O'Doherty 

Fell* Mills 

A. Ferguson 

Fisher & Connell 

R. R. Fitzgerald 

Aug. Foy 

<J. A. Geoffrion 

F. X. Gosselin , 

Wallace Graham 

W. R. Gunn 

W. C. Hamilton.. , 

L. R. Harrison , 

J. P. Heath 

G. E. Henderson 

E. J. Hodgson « 

P. Huot , 

G. Irvine 

Jones & Wright 

W. H. C.Kerr 

W. C. Kingsbury 

S. J. Lane 

J. E. Larue 

Larue, Angers & Casgrain 

Z. A. Lash T. 

J. X. Lavoie 

Corbet Locke 

J. W. Lyons .-. 

Jas. A. Loughran.... , 

F W. Macdonald - 

Hugh Macdonald (tf.S.) 

John A. Macdonnell 

N. L. Mackay 

Hugh McMahon , 

F. D. Moore , 

Moss, Falconbridge & Barwick. 

K. Murphy 

McCarthy, Osier & Creelman . 

D. Mahon 



Carried forward. 



$ Ct3 

1,810 15 

910 07 

1,292 57 

31 80 

275 00 

655 00 

102 00 

67 09 

225 30 

119 71 

1,500 00 

8 75 

330 00 

74 00 

1,769 22 

56 00 

12 00 
500 00 

1,388 41 

176 83 

39 24 

48 43 

44 43 

187 33 

7 70 

142 50 

25 00 

1,455 00 

25 45 

33 80 

848 89 

15 39 
30 00 
66 70 

6 00 

60 CO 

25 00 

200 00 

13 77 
1,730 70 

25 00 
50 00 
1,895 30 
20 00 
25 00 
4,311 70 
89 95 

200 00 

22 67 

27 79 

6 30 

25 00 

294 47 

136 44 

405 CO 
27 50 
12 00, 

171 50 
37 50 

245 00 

27 30 

2,674 36 

125 80 

1,000 00 

43 54 

50 00 

20 50 

16 77 
163 95 

28,459 62 



Legal Expenses. 



Brought forward. 



C. C. McCaul 

J. Mclntyre 

McLean & Elliott 

D. G. McLauchlan , 

McMaster, Hutchinson & Weir. 

P. O'Brien 

0. O'Connor 

B. B. Osier 

Hon. John O'Connor 

W. A. Park 

H. C. Pelletier 

F. S. Proper, outlay , 

Wm. Reid 

W. R. Riddell 

T. T. Rivard , 

0. Robinson , 

Hugh Richardson 

Jas. Rogers 

S. B. Sanborn , 

D. L. Scott 

W. P, Sharp , 

Stafford & Belleau , 

Geo. R. Steele , 

A. J. Stewart , 

Strathy & Ault 

S. St. Pierre , 

P. V. Tache , 

E. D. Tremaine 

M. Tremblay 

R. B. Vail 

Vallee & Drolet 

R. P. Vallee 

Van Norman & Purvis 

Wade & Wade 

Walker & McLean 

Wilson, Smith & Muirhead 

Ceo. A. Watson 



Consolidation of the Statutes : — 

G. W. Burbidge $5,000 00 

J. A Ouimet 2,500 00 

Wallace Graham 2,500 00 

Wm Wilson ■ 2,500 00 

A. Ferguson 2,500 00 

Hon. John O'Connor.... 933 33 



Total, Legal Expenses. 



Summary : — 

Charges of Management 

Agriculture Department 

Railways and'Canals 

Militia ...'. 

Public Works Department 

Marine and Fisheries Department... 

Post Office Department 

Inland Revenue Department .. 

Customs Department 

Dominion Lands 

Miscellaneous 

Indian Tru9t Fund 

Consolidation of the Statutes 

Miscellaneous Justice 

Mounted Police » 



$ eta. 

28,459 62 

40 00 

118 96 

55 00 

3 80 
282 40 

6 00 

2,522 84 

750 0O 

500 00 

393 0O 

3,500 15 

6 0O 

53 45 

357 20 

10 0O 

3,100 00 

200 0O 

1 70 

63 53- 

351 05 

65 00 

165 60 

6 0O 

102 91 

126 89 

17 30 

48 00 

75 CO 

40 95 

51 62 

40 0D 

140 0O 

207 48 

50 00 

38 66 

4 00 
75 00 



42,029 11 



15,933 33 



57,962 44 



2,060 70 

31 93 

19,595 17 

165 70 

1,992 55 

619 71 

1,256 18 

2,756 76 

1,672 28 

399 80 

5,089 74 

1,936 04 

15,933 33 

4,428 55 

24 OO 



57,962 44. 



Prepared by J. B. Lynch. 



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Statement of payments in 1884-85 for services of persons who received 
pay from more than one source (including superannuation and the 
estimated rent- value of G-overnment buildings occupied as dwellings). 






Page 

in Part 

II. 


$ cts. 


$ Cts. 






1,000 00 
300 00 
100 00 




















1,400 00 




2,050 00 
12 00 




51 

163 
213 

583 
139 

109 
513 

258 
264 

113 

518 

113 
129 

27 

513 

126 
126 

56 

54 






2,062 0O 


Hon. R. M. Ball, judge's pension, British Columbia 


2,266 56 
730 00 

2,000 00 
100 00 








2,995 56 








2,100 00 


A. A. Boucher, chief French translator, Senate 

do translating for consolidated statutes 


2,200 00 
58 00 




2,258 00 
2,160 00 


John Bowe3, architect, St. Vincent de Paul penitentiary, 7 mos 

do do Kingston penitentiary, 5 mos , 


1,260 00 
900 00 


W. 0. Bowles, House of Commons, secretary to clerk - 


1,550 00 
32 00 

1,200 00 
300 00 

3,600 00 
4C0 00 

5,000 00 

900 00 
400 00 

2,600 00 
600 00 

2,400 00 
878 38 

1,800 00 
10 00 


E. Brewer, assistant accountant, House of Commons 

do voucher clerk to printing committee 

G. W. Burbidge, the part of $4,000 salary charged to Justice 

do do do Indian Affairs 

do consolidation of Etatutes, as authorized by vote, 

covering services in 1883-84 as well as 1884-85. 

L. J. Casault, chief messenger, library of parliament 


1,582 00 
1,500 00 

9,000 00 


do estimated rent value of house-room in Cential Block 
R. Cassels, registrar Supreme Court 


1,300 00 


J3. Chamberlin, Queen's printer .» 


3,200 00 








J. R. E. Chapleau, translator, House of Commons ... 


113 
35 

53 
274 

"Tl8" 

57 
235 

114 
129 

431 
539 

113 
39 
127 
364 
513 


3,278 33 








1,810 OO 


S. E. St. 0. Chaoleau, sheriff of North- West Territories 


1,200 00 
500 00 

625 00 
264 00 






fl. N. P. Chesley, savings bank branch, Post Office Department .... 
do amanuensis, Commons Debates, at $12 a week... 


1,700 00 
£89 00 


Hon. G. fli. Clark, county judge, N. and D 


2,000 00 
73 23 

350 00 
116 70 

1,399 92 

777 08 

2,000 00 

61 50 

155 50 

75 14 

1,205 00 








C E. Clarke, assistant proof-reader, Commons, 7 mos 


2,073 28 


do do printing committee, 7 mos 

John Cotton, superintendent, Montreal Police, 12 mos.. 

do commission on customs duties collected 

HP. G. Coursolles, chief French translator, House of Commons 

do translating for Post Office D^pt 


465 70 
2,177 OO 


do do Orders in Council for statutes 




do do for Public Works Dept 










3,497 14 



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Statement of payments in 1884-85 — Continued. 



Francis Curran, senior messenger, Supreme Court 
do additional as usher 



A. D. DeCelles, assistant librarian of parliament 

do Civil Service examiner, 60 days 

do to pay for work in excess of 60 days.. 



D. L. Desaulniers, assistant French translator, House of Commons 

do translating for Civil Service examiners..... 

do do Public Works Dept 

Hon. E. Dewdnry, Lt.-Gov. of North-West Territories 

do Indian Commissioner , 



L. Dube, chief messenger, House of Commons 

do estimated rent value of house-room in Central Block 



H. 



H. 



Duggan, messenger, Ottawa Post Office 

do carrying night mails for post office inspector 

do do to P. M. G. and deputy .. ... 

do do for Privy Council office ,. 

do do for Justice Dept 

do do for Interior Dept 

Duggan, carrying night mails for Inland Revenue Department- 
do do Agriculture do 



Peter Dunne, housekeeper, Senate , 

do estimated rent value of house-room in Central Block. 



G. Duval, precis writer, Supreme Court .... 
do reporting cases for law journals. 



H. Sugden Evans, chief analyst, Inland Revenue Dept., 10 months.. 
do analyst for Board of Customs, 10 months 



A. E. Forget, clerk of North-West Council.. 

do rent allowance 



A. Frechette, assistant French translator, House of Commons. 

do translating for Public Works Department 

do do Inland Revenue do 

do do do do 



T. P. French, post office inspector, Ottawa 

do collecting agricultural statistics. 



J. A. Genand, assistant French translator, House of Commons 
do translating for Public Works Department 



A.S.Geralds, Customs, Prescott , 

do special immigration agent, Prescott. 



Andrew R. Gordon, deputy superintendent, Toronto Observatory, 

4 months- 

do do 11 nights 

do on Hudson Bay expedition, 8 months 

do extra allowance under Order in Council 



Hon. J. H. Gray, puisne judge, British Columbia 

do on Chinese commission, 2u4 days, at $10..... 

J. U. Gregory, agent of Marine and Fisheries Department, Quebec, 
do custodian of public works supplies 



Page 

in Part 

II. 



54 
54 


500 00 
100 00 


126 
50 

50 


2,400 00 
300 00 
300 00 


113 

51 

364 


1,200 00 

5 73 

34 22 



25 

423 

121 
121 

581 
581 
586 
35 
36 
39 
42 
46 

109 
109 

54 
54 

547 
540 

509 
505 

113 
365 
543 
545 

581 
139 

113 
365 



152 



395 
395 
519 
519 

61 
521 

380 
574 



$ cts. 



4,000 00 
3,200 00 

1,200 00 
400 00 

510 00 
27 00 
72 00 
60 00 
36 00 
54 00 
36 00 
36 00 

1,200 00 
400 00 

2,150 00 
109 00 



1,633 30 
666 60 



1,800 00 
499 92 


1,400 00 
82 25 


55 42 


10 00 


2,400 00 


50 00 


1.400 00 
179 14 


600 00 


100 00 



400 00 

13 75 

900 00 

500 00 



4,000 00 
2,040 00 

2,000 00 
150 09 



$ cts. 



600 00 

3,000 00 

1,239 95 
7,200 00 
1,600 00 



831 00 
1,600 00 
2,250 00 
2,299 90 
2,299 92 

1,547 6t 

2,450 00 

1,579 14 

700 00 

1,813 75 
6,040 00 
2.150 00 



XIV 



Statement of payments in 1884-85 — Continued. 



R. Greenfield, packer, Post Office Department, 
do firing noon gun 



8- Greenfield, packer, Post Office Department 
do firing noon gun 



Henry Hartney, accountant, House of Commons, 
do clerk of printing committee 



A. G. Irvine, commissioner of Mounted Police, 10 months. 

do indemnity as member of North- West Council, 1883.... 

do do do 1884.... 



Jfimes Johnson, Commissioner of Customs 

do additional as chairman of Board of Customs. 



W. EL Keary, accountant, British Columbia Penitentiary.... 
do furnishing statements to Chinese commission. 

A. Keefer, Department of Justice 

do commissioner of Dominion Police 



R. S. Kimber, usher of the black rod, Senate 

do • estimated rent value of house-room in Central Slock. 



S. P. King, post office inspector, Montreal 

do collecting agricultural statistics 



I*. C. Labelle, clerk, Department, of State, 3 months.. 
do extra work (voted) . . 



I*. Laframboise, assistant French tran»lator, House of Commons. 
do translating for Public Works Department 

JT. Larochelle, clerk, Department of State., 

do extra worK (voted) 



5*. LeSueur, superannuation allowance as late superintendent, M.O.. 

do Civil Serviee examiner and secretary 

do work in excess of 60 days 



•J. McMillan, post office inspector, St. John 

do collecting agricultural statistics. 



A. A.. Macdonald, post office inspector, Charlottetown, i month 

do collecting agricultural statistics while inspector. 

do Li.-Governor, Prince Edward Island, 11 months. 



*Q. J. Macdonald, post office inspector, Halifax , 

do collecting agricultural statistics 

l*t-Col. D. A. Macdonald, account branch, Militia Department. 
do supply officer in N. W. T., 60 days ... 

do do allowance do .., 



Page in 
Part II 



D.W. Macdonell, sergeant-at-arms, House of Commons 

do estimated rent value of house room in Central Block 



I*t.-CoL J. F. Macleod, stipendiary magistrate, Fort Macleod , 

do indemnity as member of N. W. Council, 1881. 

do do do 1883. 

do do do 1884. 



Major J. P. Macpherson, clerk, Public Works Department 

do G.G.F.G., compensation for injuries 



49 



49 

113 
129 

431 

508 
509 

30 

540 

81 
521 



63 

109 
109 

582 
139 



38 



113 
365 



38 

165 
50 
50 

583 
139 

584 

139 

25 

584 
139 



493 

493 

113 
114 

62 

508 
508 
509 



187 



$ cts. 



490 00 
40 00 



500 00 
40 00 



2,800 00 
300 00 



2,166 60 
200 00 
200 00 



3,200 00 
800 00 



800 00 
20 00 



1,450 00 
400*00 



1,350 00 
650 00 



2,600 00 
100 00 

99 99 
75 00 

1,200 00 

299 02 

662 50 
31 50 

1,024 20 
1,< 00 00 

300 00 

2,200 00 
10) 00 

158 33 

100 00 

6,416 67 



2,200 00 
100 00 

1,762 50 

292 20 

60 00 



2,400 00 
648 00 


3,000 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



1,800 00 
450 00 



$ Ct3. 

530 00 

540 00 

3,100 00 

2,566 60 
4,000 00 

820 00 
1,850 00 
2,000 00 
2,700 00 

174 99 
1,499 02 

694 00 

2,324 20 
2,200 00 

6,675 00 
2,300 0O 

2,114 70 
3,048 00 

3,600 00 
2,250 00 



XV 



Statement of payments in 1884-85 — Continued. 



L. F. A. Maingy, clerk, post office inspector's office, Ottawa, 
do drawing maps for geological survey 



John Makinson, clerk, Fisheries Department 

do extra services re fishing bounty. 



B. Miall, commissioner of Inland Revenue 

do additional as commissioner of standards, 



A. 0. Mousseau, Department of State. 
do extra work (voted) .... 



J. Bfullin, clerk, Post Office Department 

do amanuensis, Commons Debates, at $12 a week 



Bon. John O'Connor, in full of services, Ontario boundary question 
commissioner for consolidation of statutes, 



do 
do 



July 1 to Sept. 10, 1884 

judge in Queen's Bench, Ontario, Sept. 11 to 
June 30 , 



C. Herbert O'Meara, accountant, Militia Department 

do acting paymaster, Military District No. 4. 



Page 

in Part 

II. 



580 
405 



John Page, chief engineer of canals 

do arbitrator re McNamee & Co. (voted) . 



G. Pittendrigh, fishery inspector, British Columbia .... 
do savings bank agent, New Westminster 



J. C. Poper, clerk, Agriculture Department 

do translating for Privy Council office 



Col. Walker Powell, adjutant-general 

do staff allowance as adjutant-general 

do acting as commander of militia (voted). 



Hayter Reed, Indian office, Regina 

do . indemnity as member of North- West Council, 1883. 
do do do 1884. 



Col. Hugh Richardson, stipendiary magistrate, Regina 

do rent allowance 

do salary as legal adviser to Gov. Dewdney 

do indemnity as member of N. W. Council, 18S1 ... 

do do do 1883... 

do do do 1884... 

Hugh Richardson, jun , postmaster, Battleford — 

Telegraph operator, i month , 

Reporting meterological observations, 6 months 



Robt. Romaine, clerk of stationery and proof-reader, Commons. 
do proof-reader to printing committee...;.. 



Chas. B. Rouleau, stipendiary magistrate, Battleford 

do indemnity as member of North- West Council, 1884 

Collingwood Schreiber, chief engineer of railways 

do additional 



W. G. Sheppard, post office inspector, Quebec , 

do collecting agricultural statistics 



A. Shurtleff, Eupt. of N. W. M. P., 7 months 

do commission on customs duties collected 



394 



545 



38 



118 

517 

513 

56 



182 

32 
236 

387 



35 

166 
106 
166 

423 
508 

509 

62 
508 
508 
508 
508 
509 

572 
399 

113 

129 

62 

509 

32 

210 

582 
139 

431 
539 



$, cts. 



1,200 00 
208 87 



1,200 00 
175 00 



3,200 00 
800 00 



1,112 50 
68 00 



550 00 
264 00 



500 00 

933 33 

4,027 80 



2,200 00 
200 00 



4,500 00 
535 00 



768 68 
450 00 



830 00 
17 60 



2,600 00 
600 00 
266 66 



1,600 00 
200 00 
200 00 



3,000 00 
500 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



60 00 
60 00 



1,500 00 
300 00 



3,000 00 
200 00 



4,000 00 
2,000 00 



2,400 00 
100 00 



816 62 
545 25 



$ cts~ 

1,408 8T 
1,375 oo 

4,000 oo 

1,180 50 
814 00 

5,461 13 
2,400 0O 
5,035 00 
1,218 68 
847 60 

3,466 6S 

2,000 00 

4,300 00 
120 00 
1,800 0O 
3,200 00 
6,000 00 
2,500 0O 
1,361 87 



XVI 



Statement of payments in 1884-85 — Continued. 





Part in 
Page II. 

113 
114 
114 

. 242 
357 

29 

50 

50 

197 

212 
575 
613 

113 
513 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 




H. R. Smith, deputy sergeant -a t-arms, House of Commons 


1,300 00 

300 00 
200 00 




do speaker's secretary , . 




do estimated rent value of house-room in.Central Block... 


1,800 00 


Chas Thibault, secretary to canal arbitrators , 


1,000 00 
1,000 06 

600 00 
300 00 
300 00 
267 00 


do do public works arbitrators 




John Thorburn, librarian, Geological Museum ... » 


2,000 06 


do Civil Service examiner, 60 days' work 




do do work in excess of 60 days 




do examiner for Military College, Kingston 






1,467 00 
5,600 00 


Hon. J. W. Trutch, Victoria, B.C., agent of Railways Department... 
do do do Public Works do 
do do do Interior do 


2,500 00 

600 00 

2,500 00 


Win. Wilson, assistant law clerk, House of Commons 


2,000 00 
2,500 00 


do balance of services as consolidator of statutes 






4,500 00 


W S Williams, Customs, Coaticook 


1,400 00 
165 00 


do making destination reports of immigrants... 


152 

235 
237 






1,565 00 


A. F. Wood, land valuator, Welland Canal, 22 days 

do do Trent River, 105 days 


220 00 
1,050 00 




1,270 00 







NOTE. 



—The following classes of payments are not included in the above list :— 
Crown seizures, Customs. 

do Excise 

Allowance for increased cost of living in Manitoba and British Columbia. 
Computing savings bank interest, Post Office and Finance Department. 
Allowance to excisemen in charge of large factories. 
Differential salaries under the Civil Service Act. 
Allowances to Ministers' private secretaries. 
Customs officers, reporting wrecks. 

Customs collectors and Postmasters acting as savings bank agents. 
Public Works and Customs officers acting for the Inland Revenue Department. 
Examiners for Dominion land surveyors. 

Estimated rent value of Government buildings occupied as dwellings outside of Ottawa. 
Commons and Senate indemnity. 
Services distributing fishing bounty cheques. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 



Auditor- General. 



Prepared by F. Hayter. 



XV11 



Advertising, 1884-85. 



Albert Maple Leaf 

Algoma Pioneer 

Alliston Berald 

Almonte Times 

Amherst Gazette 

Amherstbuig Herald 

Annapolis Spectator 

Antigonish Aurora 

do Casket 

Arnprior Chronicle 

do Times... 

Arthabaskaville Alpha 

do Union 

Arthur Enterprise - - ..„ 

Aurora Borealis 

Aylmer Times 

Ayton Farmer 

Barrie Advance 

Battleford Herald 

Beeton World 

Belleville Intelligeneer 

do Oddfellow 

Berlin News 

Birtle Observer 

Blyth Advocate 

Bracebridge Herald 

Bradford Witness 

Brampton Conservator 

Brandon Mail 

do Sun ,...., 

Brantford Witness ,. 

do Courier 

do Telegram 

Bridgetown Standard 

do Monitor 

Brighton Ensign « 

Brockville Monitor 

do Times 

Bryson Equity 

do Advance 

Caledonia Sachem 

Calgary Norwester 

do Herald 

Campbellford Herald 

Carleton Place Canadian 

Charlottetown Examiner 

do Herald 

do Patriot 

do Presbyterian .. 

do Royal Gazette, 

do World 

Chatham, Ont, Planet 

do N.B., World „ 

Chignecto Post 

Clinton News Record , 

Cobourg Sentinel Star , 

do Express 

Coaticook Observer , 

Colborne Express , 

Collingwood Enterprise 

Cornwall News , 

do Reporter , 

Cowansville Observer..... , 

Dartmouth Times 

Digby Courier , 

Carried torward 

3-B 



$ cts. 

43 57 

3 60 

7 40 
67 51 

281 66 

13 02 
17 00 

129 51 

77 82 
47 60 

32 96 
9 25 

94 20 

8 61 
21 92 

296 31 
6 66 

50 00 
206 95 

19 «1 
270 86 

15 68 
164 82 

21 50 
25 00 

14 58 
161 75 

10 36 

453 65 

56 55 

22 72 
288 70 

78 02 

5 00 
55 14 
28 70 
62 49 

194 54 
122 34 

6 30 
10 26 

541 2? 

122 50 
17 45 

145 57 
62 88 
94 60 
2 75 
30 00 
4© 55 
67 32 

190 74 

194 31 
43 10 
25 11 

105 20 

4 80 
6 66 

19 78 

121 40 

6 11 

15 50 
6 66 

83 72 

33 44 



5,484 79 



Brought forward. 



Dresden Times 

Dundas Standard 

Dunaville Gazette 

Durham Chronicle 

Dutton Enterprise 

Edmonton Bulletin 

Eganville Enterprise 

Elmira Advertiser 

Emerson International 

Emerson Times 

Exeter Times 

Flesherton Advance 

Forest Free Press 

Fort Macleod Gazette 

Fort Qu'Appelle Vidette.... 

Fraserville Jour 

Fredericton Capital , 

do Farmer , 

do Reporter 

do Royal Gazette. 

Gait Reporter 

Gananoque Journal 

Gladstone Age 

Glengarry Times 

Goderich Star 

Gore Bay Enterprise 

Gorrie Enterprise..., 

Guelph Herald 

Halifax Chronicle 

do Critic 

Herald 

Mail 

New Era 

Wesleyan 

Witness 

Hamilton Spectator 

Hastings Star 

Hull Despatch 

Bull Ottawa Valley 

Huntingdon Advocate 

Ingersoll Tribune 

Joliette Gazette 

do Observateur 

Kamloops Sentinel 

Keenanville Sentinel 

Kentville Chronicle 

do Watchman 

Kincardine Standard 

Kingston News 

Lachute Watchman 

Levis Quotidien 

Lindsay Warder 

Listowel Standard 

Liverpool Times 

London Farmers' Advocate. 

do Free Press , 

do Catholic Record ... 

L'Orignal Advertiser 

Lucan Enterprise 

Lunenburg Progress 

do Times 

Loui&eville Courier , 

Madoc Review 

Malbaie Echo 

Manitoulin Enterprise 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Carried forward 



$ cts 


5,484 79 


50 00 


62 94 


18 56 


61 87 


5 92 


69 20 


62 28 


6 66 


113 50 


17 36 


112 26 


8 51 


35 36 


233 24 


14 10 


9 25 


233 75 


340 38 


273 35 


30 62 


• 26 00 


53 66 


31 85 


30 15 


26 07 


5 00 


7 77 


270 75 


176 94 


9 40 


1,021 40 


657 45 


29 00 


38 88 


46 48 


581 01 


119 27 


499 18 


261 59 


32 31 


18 85 


26 05 


34 9T 


41 76 


6 50 


76 24 


53 65 


43 89 


632 20 


9 25 


336 20 


120 20 


8 51 


56 16 


8 75 


409 53 


111 25 


36 58 


50 00 


17 13 


1 00 


39 60 


20 45 


130 00 


6 66 



13,462 44 



XV111 



Advert i sing — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Manitoulin Expositor 

Markham Sun 

Meaford Mirror 

Millbrook Messenger ,. 

Milton News 

Mitchell Advocate 

Minnedosa Tribune 

Moncton Times 

Montreal Church Guardian 

do Etendard .... 

do Dairyman 

do Gazette 

do do Almanac. 

do Herald 

do Journal of Commerce 

do Legal News 

do Minerve 

do Monde 

do Moniteur du Commerce 

do Post 

do Pretse ...«. 

do Patrie ~ 

do Railway Journal 

do Shareholder 

do Star 

do True Witness 

Moose Jaw News 

Moosomin Courier 

Morrisburg Courier 

Mount Forest Representative 

Nanaimo Free Press 

Napanee Beaver 

do Standard 

Neepawa Canadian 

Newcastle Union Advocate 

New Glasgow Plaindealer 

New Hamburg Independent 

Newmarket Era.... 

New Westminster British Columbian 

do Guardian 

do Sentinel 

North Sydney Herald 

Norwood Register..., 

Omemee Herald 

Orangeville Gazette 

do Post 

do Sun , 

Ormstown Courier. ,.* 

Orillia Packet 

Oshawa Vindicator..... 

Ottawa Canada 

do Citizen 

do Free Press 

do Investigator , 

do Militia Gazette 

do Mining Review ..... 

do Sanitary Journal 

do Soirees Canadiennes 

do Sun 

Owen Sound Times 

Palmerston Telegraph 

Paris Review 

Parkdale News. 

Parkhill Gazette 

do News . . 

Pembroke Standard 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 
13,462 44 

8 00 

24 75 
90 50 

6 66 

25 41 
69 72 

237 15 

381 49 

24 36 

353 92 

11 20 
900 47 

15 00 
226 06 

97 20 

12 80 
656 65 
624 90 
114 30 
194 90 
103 16 

6 30 

44 00 

799 70 

294 40 

6 45 

9 30 
101 08 

17 14 
4 00 

17 80 
92 64 

101 33 

16 75 
196 76 

23 20 

7 40 

56 66 
158 60 
127 S5 

2 50 
64 17 
15 05 

6 66 
9 40 
9 25 

18 84 

7 77 
86 06 

57 62 
565 75 
763 86 

58 40 
208 45 

77 50 
171 50 

67 80 
322 40 
268 07 

60 77 
6 66 
4 00 

29 46 

68 52 
4 90 

8 88 



22,686,04 



Brought forward. 



Perth Expositor. , 

Peterboro' Agriculturist 

do Lumberman , 

do Review 

do Times 

Petrolia Advertiser , 

Pickering News 

Picton Gazette 

do Standard 

Port Arthur Herald , 

do Sentinel c 

Port Dover Maple Leaf 

Port Hope Times 

Port Perry Observer 

Portage la Prairie Liberal , 

do Tribune Review 

Prescott Messenger , 

Prince Albert Times , 

Qu'Appelle Gazette.... , 

do Messenger. , 

Quebec Ami des Campagnes , 

do Budget n , 

Chronicle 

Canadien 

Courrier du Canada 

Cultivateur , 

Evenement 

Journal 

Journal des Campagnes ... 

Nouvelliste 

Petit Journal 

Progres del' Est 

Royal Gazette , 

Telegraph M .... 

Verite 

Rapid City Standard 

Rat Portage Progress 

Regina Leader , 

Richmond Guardian , 

Richmond Hill Herald 

Ridgetown Standard 

Rock Island Journal 

Sackville Post 

Sarnia Canadian 

Sault Ste. Marie Pioneer 

Seaforth Sun 

Selkirk Herald 

Shediac Moniteur 

Shelburne, Free Press — ». 

Sherbrooke Gazette 

do E. T. Advocate 

do Pioneer 

do Progres de 1' Est 

Simcoe Canadian 

Smith's Falls Independent. 

Sorel News 

do Sorelois 

St. Andrews Bay Pilot 

St. Anne de la Pocatiere Gazette. 

St. Boniface Manitoba 

St. Catharines Journal 

do Visitor 

St. Hyacinthe Courrier 

do Journal 

St. Jerome Le Nord 

St. John, N.B , Christian Visitor.., 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 
22,686 04 

59 97 

126 25 
15 10 

130 06 
209 78 

40 40 
9 25 

?8 31 
177 64 

52 43 
58 00 

12 01 
165 75 

6 66 

54 86 

645 74 

165 8L 

232 25 

67 20 

5 70 
24 20 

75 00 
574 20 
142 55 
341 55 

13 20 
355 20 
245 05 

48 95 

502 33 

290 75 

9 25 

127 14 
636 69 

19 95 
13 95 

12 52 
369 74 

46 78 

76 33 

71 94 

15 23 
139 40 

82 40 

8 26 

53 89 
108 65 
245 65 

6 66 
69 83 

17 25 
44 90 
44 82 

18 46 

13 55 

16 25 
86 07 

72 02 
67 22 

289 80 

160 62 

75 85 

9 00 
30 04 
28 95 

150 30 



30,801 59 



XIX 



Advertising — Concluded. 



Brought forward. 



St. John, N.B., Intelligencer 

do Sun. ... 

do Telegraph. 

do Trade Reporter... 

St. Johns, P.Q. , News 

do Protectionniste .. 

St. Mary's Journal 

St. Stephen Courier 

St. Thomas Times 

Stellarton Trades Journal ... 

Stirling News Argus. 

Stratford Herald 

do Times 

Strathroy Despatch 

Summerside Examiner 

do Pioneer 

Sydney Advocate 

do Herald.. 

Tara Leader 

Thornbury Union Standard 

Thorold Post 

Three Rivers Clarion 

do Constitutional 

do Journal 

do Liberie 

Thunder Bay Sentinel 

Tilbury Centre Times 

Toronto Advertiser 

do Christian Guardian 

Baptist 

Breeder 

Dominion Churchman ... 
Evangelical Churchman 

Herald 

Grip 

Irish Canadian 

Land Advertiser 

Mail .. 

Manufacturer 

Mechanical News 

Monetary Times 

National 

News 

Presbyterian 

Provincial Gazette. ....... 

Sanitary Journal 

Sentinel 

Sportsman .- 

Telegram .'. 

Truth 

Week „ 

World 

Tottenham Sentinel 

Trenton Advocate , 

Trent Valley Advocata 

Truro Sun 

Victoria Colonist 

do Gazette 

do Post 

do Standard ,., 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Carried forward 



% eta. 
30,801 59 

130 92 

1,834 39 

9 75 

97 25 

58 92 

20 69 

70 69 

154 90 

78 81 

94 09 

11 22 

25 50 

129 07 
91 08 

2 40 
1 50 
180 58 
43 67 
50 00 
52 57 
11 06 

5 60 
31 00 

180 87 
11 40 
10 36 
23 00 

130 75 
52 70 
22 92 
77 40 
22 20 

6 66 
9 60 

22 20 

502 25 

25 00 

1,296 86 

33 30 

7 60 
199 90 
164 40 

82 50 
22 20 
27 30 
10 00 

83 25 
267 30 
272 00 

55 45 

74 70 

477 60 

14 58 

10 24 

10 66 

122 87 

591 96 

128 25 

169 40 

359 20 



39,565 98 



Brought forward, 



Victoria Timea « 

Walkerton Herald * 

do Glocke , 

Wallaceburgh Herald 

Watford Guide-News 

Waterloo Journal 

do Farmers' Friend 

Welland Telegraph 

do Farmer 

Whitby Gazette 

Windsor, Out, Review ... 

do Courier 

Windsor, N.S., Clarion 

do Journal 

Windsor Progress 

Wingham Advocate 

do Advance 

Winnipeg Printing & Publishing Co.. 

do Free Press 

Farmer « 

Leifur 

Royal Gazette 

Sifting3 

Sun 

Tim^s 

Tribune 

Truth 

Woodstock, Ont , Times 

do N.B., Press 

Yarmouth Times.... 

do Herald 

Dominion Annual Register 

Dawson's Hand Books 

Advertising for tenders, H. Gisborne 

(details not yet received). 

W. H. Cross & Co .... 

Morton & Co., 

English papers 

Compeau's 111. Guide 

Canadian Almanac 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Summary — 

Charges of Management 

Civil Government. 

Penitentiaries 

Agriculture and Immigration., 

Militia 

Railways and Canals 

Marine and Fisheries 

Indians 

North- West Mounted Police 

Miscellaneous 

Dominion Lands 

Public Works 

Civil Service Examiners 

Post Office 

Inland Revenue 

Legislation 



$ cts. 
39,565 98 

209 40 
37 CO 

6 66 
59 25 
50 40 

9 25 

17 82 
26 05 

6 60 
22 22 

146 34 
95 08 
19 00 
61 00 
30 00 

8 20 

9 9L 
12 00 
74 75 
73 50 
45 57 

504 64 

212 96 

10 00 

1,287 50 

8 16 

7 40 

18 66 
169 01 
365 92 

21 47 
440 00 
250 00 

271 40 

17 40 

4 40 

7,407 85 

200 00 

40 00 

51,822 75 

443 74 

983 55 

496 72 

10,049 53 

2,194 74 

4,444 29 

1,207 51 

3,443 98 

1,291 99 

524 66 

2,089 41 

11,241 34 

477 83 

11,859 97 

582 15 

491 34 

51,822 75 



Prepared by B W. Sherwood. 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 

1884-5. 



PART I 



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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Public Debt. 



Premium and Exchange : — 

Premium on Bonds purchased for Sink- 
ing Funds — 

Consolidated Canadian Loan 

Intercolonial Railway Loan 

Rupert's Land Loan 

Loans, 1874, '75, '76, '78, '79 

British Columbia Loan 



Discount on remittances to England.... 
Commission on remittances to British 

Columbia 

Commission on amount credited Asst. 

Receiver-General, Halifax 

Loan Account — Difference in exchange 



Details. 



% cts. 



1,720 37 

4,630 64 

491 52 

9,061 12 

229 63 



Estimate. 



$ cts. 



62,060 00 





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Expenditure 


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$ cts. 


$ cts. 


16,133 28 
3,266 88 




3,550 00 




150 00 
147,887 61 




170,987 77 









Estimate 
exceeded. 



$ cte. 



108,987 IT 



(See part ii., page 16 ; also Public Accounts, part ii., page 25.) 

Receipts from Premiums, Discounts and Exchange, $113,720.68— Public Accounts, part i., page 41. 
Note — For premiums and discounts on new loans. See Consolidated Fund Statement, Public 
Accounts, pages xxxii. and xxxiii., and part ii., pages 366 and 367. 

Explanation by Depu'y Minister of Finance ; — 

The expenditure ior this service cannot be closely estimated. The greater part of the expenditure 
was in connection with moneys drawn from the proceeds of new loans, not estimated for. 



Sinking Fund : — 

Consolidated Canadian Loan 

Intercolonial Railway Loan 

Rupert's Land Loan 

British Columbia Loan... 

Dominion 4 per cent. Loan, 1874 

do do 1876 

do do 1875 

do Loans, 1878, '79... 



Guaranteed Loans of '875 and 1878 

Unguaranteed Loan of '875 

do Loans of 1878 and 1879. 



Dominion Loan, 1884. 



144,941 33 
235,388 97 



211,700 00 

37,346 60 

141,985 47 



248,413 07 

286,030 27 

28,509 35 

16,889 14 

152,133 27 

85,473 26 



380,330 30 



1,197,778 66 



543,168 97 

276,913 33 

28,226 67 

14,877 52 

155,899 81 

87,2^2 14 



391,032 07 
65,854 33 



9,116 94 

282 68 

2,011 61 



1,563,194 81 



a 294,755 90 

b 

b 

b 

b 3,766 54 

b 1,748 88 



10,701 77 
65,854 33 



365,416 1 



(See part ii., page 11 ; also Public Accounts, part ii., page 27.) 

NoTfl.— Sinking Fund Investments are credited to Consolidated Fund. See Public Accounts, pager 
xxxiii. 

Explanations by Deputy Minister of Finance : — 

(a.) Six months on the Consolidated Canadian Loan not estimated for. (b.) The estimates were 
based on a 5 per cent, rate of interest on the investments to be made. The bonds were 4 and 3$ per 
cents., the former at a premium, the latter at a discount; hence the differences, (c.) Loan not in 
existence when estimates were made up. J. M. COURTNEY. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



Redemption. 



Payable in London : — 

Province of Canada, 5 per cent. 
do 6 do . 

do over due... 



Payable in Canada : — 

Dominion Stock, 5 per cent. B 

do do D 

Province of Canada Currency Deben- 
tures, 5 per cent 

Province of Canada, over due Debentures 

Nova Scotia Debentures, 5 per cent 

Funded Debt, 1883, Canadian Pacific 
Railway Guarantee 

Compensation to S9igniors 

Provincial notes, Nova Scotia 



Estimate. 



$ cts. 
32,456,462 54 



32,456,462 54 



57,296 26 

2,700 00 

"981,99001 

1,351,925 48 



34,820,304 29 



Expenditure. 



$ cts, 

17,033 34 

8,273 33* 

t 9,246 68 



34,553 35 

110,000 00 
57,296 26 

1,700 00 

f 267 72 

948,999 94 

1,351,925 48 

2,783 32 

72 95 



2,507,599 02 



Grant not 
used. 


$ cts. 

32,439,429 20 
b 


b 




32,421,909 19 


1,000 00 
b 

2,920 07 






32,312,705 27 



Grant 
Exceeded. 



$ cts. 



8,273 33 
9,246 68 



110,000 00 



267 72 



2,783 32 
72 95 



SUMMARY. 



Interest on Public Debt 


7,661,416 07 

62,000 00 

1,197,778 63 

34,820,304 29 


9,419,482 19 

170,987 77 

1,563,194 84 

2,507,599 02 




1,758,066 12 


Premium, Discount and Exchange 

Sinking Funds 




108,987 77 




365,416 18 


Redemption of Public Debt.. 


32,312,705 27 




43,741,499 0J 


13,661,263 82 


30,080,235 20 





{See part ii, page 16, also Public Accounts, p^,rt ii, page 30.) 

f These amounts are credited to Consolidated Fund. See Public Accounts, page xxxiii. 
Explanations by Deputy Minister of tinance : — 

a. Consolidated Canadian Loan extended, b. Over due debentures not estimated for. *. Not 
-estimated for. d. Clerical error, e. Debentures not paid. J. M. COURTNEY. 

These accounts have been examined under my direction and are correct- 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



6 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Charges of Management, 



Financial Inspector 

Office of Assistant Receiver-General, 
Toronto 

Office of Assistant Receiver-General, 
Montreal 

Auditor and Assistant Receiver- Gen- 
eral, Halifax 

To cover expenses, including rent, in 
connection with ihe Assistant Re- 
ceiver-General's Office at Halifax... 



Auditor and Assistant Receiver-Gen- 
eral, St. John 

Auditor and Assistant Receiver-Gen- 
eral, Winnipeg 

do do board allowance 

Auditor and Assistant Receiver-Gen- 
eral, Vic<oria 

Auditor and Assistant Receiver-Gen- 
eral, Charlottetown 

Country Savings Banks — New Bruns- 
wick, Nova Scotia and British 
Columbia — 

For increases to salaries of Savings 
Bank Agents, and establishment of 
new offices 



London Agents : — 

Commission on debt redeemed 

Commission on interest paid 

Commission and brokerage, Consol- 
idated Canadian Loan Sinking 
Fund 

Commission .. 

Brokerage 



Brokerage— Intercolonial Sinking 

Fund 

Rupert's Land Loan 

Sinking Fund 
British Columbia Lean 

Sinking Fund 

for Sinking Funds,Loans 
of 1874, '75, '76, '78 

and '79 ... 

Commission, Loans of 1874, '75, '76, 

'78, '79 and '84 

Brokerage, Loans of 1874, '75, '76, 
'78, '79 and '84 



do 
do 
do 



Details. 



$ cts. 



11,000 00 
1,600 00 



15,500 00 
2,000 00 



2,715 85 
1,357 93 



Services as Financial Agent, Sir 
John Rose 

English Bill stamps, postages and 
telegrams 

Expenses in connection with issue 
and redemption of Dominion 
Notes, including one extra clerk. 

Carried forward »> 



2,441 53 
1,750 00 



Grant. 



% cts. 
2,600 00 
7,600 00 
5,500 00 



12,600 00 

10,500 00 

5,700 00 
900 00 

8,200 00 

4,900 00 



23,962 85 
1,242 06 



715 07 
71 27 
42 22 

3,089 68 



7,000 00 
7,000 00 



119,123 15 











Expenditure 


08 




a 




as 


% cts. 




2,600 00 


17 


7,440 91 


17 


5,586 41 


17 


11,539 91 


18 


9,649 04 


18 


5,672 88 
870 00 


19 
19 


7,779 27 


19 


4,700 47 


20 


14,093 11 


20 


85 17 


20 


32,327 50 


20 


4,073 78 


20 


692 29 


20 


70 57 


20 


49 36 


20 


4,191 53 


20 


7,648 84 


23 


2,999 45 


20 


31,557 99 


21 


153,627 98 





Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



159 09 



1,060 09 

850 96 

27 62 
30 00 

420 73 

199 53 



3,406 89 



22 78 

70 

/ 



4,000 55 



10,178 94 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts- 



86 41 



85 IT 
8,364 65 



2,831 72 



7 14 



1,101 85 
7,648 84 

24,557 9* 
44,683 77 



APPROPEIATION ACCOUNTS. 



Charges of Management. 



Brought forward. 



London Agents — Concluded. 

Printing, advertising, inspection, 
express and miscellaneous charges, 
including Commutation of Stamp 
Duty and Contingencies of Coun- 
try {Savings Banks 

Printing Dominion Notes 

Commission on Loans. 



Details. 



$ cts. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
119,123 15 



15,000 00 
35,000 00 



169,123 15 









Expenditure 


-** 
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as 
Oh 

a 

o> 
hC 
03 

Oh 


Grant 
not used. 


$ cts. 




$ cts. 


153,627 98 




10,178 94 


53,268 30 

23,244 74 

2,500 00 


23 
23 
23 

23 


.... k 

11,755 26 




232,641 02 







Grant 
Exceeded. 



$ cts. 
44,683 77 



38,268 30 
i 
2,500 00 

63,517 87 



See Public Accounts, part ii, page 14. 

Notb.— For charges on new loans, see Consolidated Fund Statement, Public Accounts, page 
nxxii, and part ii, pages 366 and 367. 

This account has been examined under my direction, and is correct. 



Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Finance. 

a. Over estimated. 

b. Sundry ch.irges not estimated for. In the Estimates for 1885-36, an amount 
has been inserted to cover similar charges. 

c. Not estimated for. 

d. The changes in the treatment of the Consolidated Canadian Loan explain 
the difference. 

e. The amount invested in[sinking funds returned a less rate of interest than 
estimated. 

/. Transactions greater than estimated. 

g. Certain amounts having been purchased below par, a larger amount was 
invested than was estimated, and the commission and brokerage were thereby 
increased. There are also included, though not mentioned in tbe statement, the 
charges for the loan of 1883, which was not in existence when the Estimates were 
made up, and was, as a matter of course, not calculated for. ^gjp* 

h. The expenditure for commission on specie, amounting to $21,745.83, was not 
anticipated. The other expenditures were under estimated. 

k. Expenditure greater than estimated, owing to the commutation of stamp 
«laty on Consolidated Canadian Loan Sinking Fund. 

J. M. COUBTNEY, D.M.F. 



8 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Civil Government. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 

exceeded- 


(A.) Expenditure under Supply Bills : — 

Governor General's Secretary's Office 


$ cts. 

9,710 00 
18,872 50 

1,000 00 
16,950 00 

5,200 00 
41,810 00 
43,533 33 
67,325 00 
32,834 00 

7,200 00 
32,939 16 
19,033 33 
57,659 16 
35,512 50 
35,734 16 
150,350 77 
44,695 00 
40,300 83 
42,790 00 
45,677 50 
182,598 00 
10,000 00 

4,000 00 

4,500 00 

2,350 00 
5,750 00 


$ cts. 

8,960 00 

\ 19,872 50 

16,720 86 
5,200 00 
33,935 27 
41,011 10 
62,961 17 
3!, 967 33 
7,100 00 
30,596 44 
19,033 33 
54,692 92 
35,462 50 
31,767 89 

145,172 24 
43,228 28 
33,900 83 
35,389 76 
43,665 00 

204,755 8b 


$ cts. 
750 00 

229 14 

2,874 73 
2,522 23 
4,363 83 
866 67 
100 00 
2,342 72 

2,966 24 
50 00 
3,966 27 
5,178 53 
1,466 72 
6,400 00 
7,400 24 
2,012 50 

" 10,000 00* 

4,000 00 

888 44 

247 30 


$ cts. 


Privy Council Office 

tPart of vote for extension ot staff. 




Department of Justice 




do Militia 




do Interior 




do North- West Mounted Police.... 
do Indian Affairs « 




Office of the Auditor-General , 

Department of Finance 

do Inland Revenue * 




do Customs 

do Postmaster-General • 




do Agriculture •• 




do Marine and Fisheries 

do Public Works 

do Railways and Canals 




Departmental contingencies • 


22 t 157 8* 


Stationery Office for stationery 


fBalance of vote for extension of staff 




Contingent expenses of High Commissioner... 
Post Office and Finance Departments — Interest 

calculations 

Salaries of Board of Civil Service Examiners... 


3,611 56 

2,102 70 
6,121 29 


371 29 




958,325 24 


922,228 83 


36,096 41 








(B.) Salaries authorized by Statute: — 

Governor General 

High Commissioner in England ... ». 


48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

9,000 00 

7,000 00 

8,000 00 

84,000 00 

2,400 00 

3,200 00 

224,266 66 


48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 (10 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,0 00 

4,000 00 

9,000 00 

7,000 CO 

8,000 00 

77,000 00 

2,400 00 

3,200 00 


7,000 00 




Lieut.-Governor of Ontario 

do Quebec 

do Nova Scotia 




do New Brunswick 




do Manitoba and Keewatin ... 
do North-West 'erritories.... 
do British Columbia 




do Prince Edward Island 

Premier .. 

12 Ministers, at $7,000 

Governor General's Secretary 




Auditor-General 








Total authorized by Statute . , 


217,266 66 


7,000 00 









SUMMARY. 



Supply Bill of 1884, Schedule B 

do 1885 do A 

Authorized by Statute 



945,106 50 

13,218 74 

224,266 66 



1,182,591 90 



J 922,: 



,228 83 
217,266 66 

1,139,495 49 



36,096 41 
7,000 00 



See part ii, page 25. Public Accounts, part ii, page 84. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDQUGALL, 
Examined, Auditor -GenesraL 

John B. Simpson, 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



9 



Salaries. 


Grant. 

$ cts. 

600 00 

3,000 00 

1,850 00 

1,450 00 

1,150 00 

700 00 

500 00 

460 00 


Expenditure 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 

exceeded. 


Governor General's Secretary: — 

Additional to Governor General's Secretary... 


$ cts. 

600 00 
3,000 00 
1,850 00 
1,450 00 
1,100 00 

""Soli "oo 

460 00 


$ cts. 

50 00 
700 00 


$ cts. 


1 Chi^f Clerk 




1 1st Class Clerk 




13rd do 

1 Messenger .. 

1 Orderly 


b. 




9,710 00 
2,400 00 


8,960 00 
2,400 00 


750 00 




1 Governor's Secretary, 31 Vic, cap. 33 






12,110 00 


11,360 00 


750 00 





(a.) and (6.) Overestimated. 



Privy Council Office : — 

1 Clerk , 


3,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,250 00 
4,637 50 
1,150 00 

600 00 
1,675 00 

600 00 
1,960 00 


3,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,250 00 
5,6*7 50 
1,150 00 

600 00 
1,675 00 

600 00 
1,960 00 


a. 




1 Chief Clerk Assistant 




2 1st Class Clerks 




4 2nd do 

1 2nd Class Clerk, Draftsman and Accountant 
Allowance for Private Secretary 


1,00ft w 


3 3rd Class Clerks 




1 Doorkeeper and Messenger 

4 Messengers 








Votes 3 and 305 of 1884 ; Hansard, pages 833 
and 1,627 


18,872 50 
1,000 00 
8,000 00 


19,872 50 

""8,000 To' 

27,872 50 


1,000 00 


Extension of Staff 


1,000 00 


1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 






27,872 50 





(a.) Owing to the increased volume of work in the office, it became necessary to transfer a Clerk 
from the Department of Militia in the spring of 1884. His salary not being estimated for, should, it 
Appears to me, be charged to the Vote for the extension of the staff. JOHN J. M-cGEE. 



10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S ACCOUNTS, 1884-5. 



II 



Civil Government. 



Department of Justice : — 

1 Deputy Head * 

1 Chief Clerk 

4 1st class Clerks 

2 2nd do 

2 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

2 Messengers 

Vote 4 of 1884. " Hansard," pa*e 833 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31.. 



^Penitentiaries Branch: — 

1 Inspector .. 

1 1st class Clerk 

1 3rd do 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

3,600 00 
2,100 00 
5,850 00 
2,425 00 
1,675 00 
600 00 
700 00 



16,950 00 
7,000 00 

23,950 00 



2,800 00 

1,450 00 

950 00 



5,200 00 



Expenditure 



$ 



cts 



3,600 00 
2,100 00 
6,066 67 
1,991 69 
1,662 50 
600 00 
700 00 



16,720 86 
7,000 00 



23,720 86 



2,800 00 

1,450 00 

950 00 



5,200 00 



Grant 
not used. 



$ eta. 



433 31 

12 50 



229 14 



229 14 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



216 67 



a. Differential salary under section 49, Civil Service Act. 
months, c. Over estimated. 



b. Absent without salary for four 



Militia and Defence: — 


3,200 00 

1,800 00 

3,900 00 

700 00 

500 00 

2,200 00 

3,250 00 

2,550 00 

1,850 00 

500 00 

3,000 00 

1,450 00 

2,550 00 

3,650 00 

1,650 00 

2,300 00 

1,500 00 

3,800 00 

500 00 

460 00 

600 00 


3,200 00 

1,800 00 

3,875 00 

550 00 

500 00 

2,200 00 

3,262 50 

2,500 00 

1,400 00 

500 00 

3,000 00 

1,425 00 

1,449 98 

2,650 00 

1,550 00 

2,300 00 

l,4 r 00 

3,617 80 

500 00 

467 50 

600 00 

137 49 

38,935 27 
7,000 00 

45,935 27 


25 00 
160 00 




1 1st class Clerk 




3 2nd do 


a 


1 3rd do 

1 Messenger »...., 

1 Chief Clerk 


b 


2 1st class Clerks 


12 50 


2 2nd do 

2 3rd do 


50 00 

450 00 

25 00 
1,100 02 
1,000 00 

50 00 
182 20 

a 


a 
e 


1 Messenger 




1 Chief Clerk 

1 1st class Clerk 


a 


2 2nd do , 


d 


4 3rd do 

1 Architect. 

1 Chief Clerk- 


e 


1 1st class Clerk 


f 


3 2nd do 


g 


1 Messenger 

1 Packer. . , 


7J50] 
137 49 


Private Secretary 

Differential pay to Mr. Knight 












Vote 6 of 1884. " Hansard," page 833 . ... 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 


41,810 00 
7,C0O 00 

48,810 00 


2,874 73 









a. Statutory increases when due. b. New appointment, at less than the vote. c. Appointment 
made at $400, instead of $850. d. Major Grant superannuated, Sept. 30, 1884. e. Appointment not 
/• Increase not granted, g. An increase not granted ; also, broken period of promotion. 



made. 



APPROntlAl IC N ACCOUNTS. 



11 



CiTil Government. 



Secretary of State :— 

1 Deputv Head (Under Secretary) 

1 3rd class Clerk (Shorthand Writer). 
Allowance for Private Secretary... ... 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 do ~ 

1 1st class Clerk 

12nd do (2paid) 

4 3rd do 

1 Deputy Registrar- General , 

1 Keeper of Records ~ 

2 1st class Clerks 

9 3rd do 

1 Queen's Printer 

2 2nd class Clerks 

3 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk , 

4 3rd class Clerks , 

6 Messengers 



Vote 7 of 1884 ("Hansard," 1884, page 837). 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts 

3,200 00 
750 00 
600 00 
2,250 00 
2,050 00 
1,800 00 
1,100 00 
2,012 5J 
2,300 00 
2,050 00 
3,200 00 
6,800 00 
2,400 00 
2,512 60 
2,212 60 
1,900 00 
3,458 33 
2,937 50 



43,533 33 
7,000 CO 



50,533 33 



Expenditure 



$ cts, 

3,i00 00 
737 50 
600 00 
2,250 00 
683 32 
1,800 00 
1,638 70 
1,054 14 
2,275 00 
2,050 00 
3,200 00 
6,712 49 
2,400 00 
2,487 50 
2,187 50 
1,900 00 
3,408 33 
2,426 62 



41,011 10 
7,000 00 



48,011 10 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
12 50 
1,366 68 



958 36 
25 00 



87 51 

25 00 
25 00 

50 00 
510 88 

2,522 23 



2,522 23 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts 



538 70 



(a) Statutory increases estimated for whole year; only required for a portion, (ft) W. H. Jones 
superannuated, November 1, 1884. (c) Mr. Colson appointed, January 20, 1885. (d) Caused by 
promotion of Mr. Pulford to 2nd class, (e) Intended appointment not made. 



.Indian Affairs : — 

Deputy Head , 


3,200 CO 
2,150 00 
4,950 00 
400 00 
11,150 00 
9,729 16 

600 00 
760 00 


3,200 00 
2,150 00 
4,937 50 
400 00 
11,070 75 
8,093 19 


12 50 

79 25 
1,635 97 

600 00 
15 00 




Chief Clerk , 

3 1st class Clerks 

Solicitor of Indian Affairs 

9 2nd class Clerks 

16 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary of Superin- 
tendent-General ; 


a 

b 
c 


2 Messengers 


745 00 


d 


Vote 9 of 1884 (" Hansard," page 840).. , 


32,939 16 


30,596 44 


2,342 72 





(a) Statutory increase estimated for 12 months; only paid for 9 months, (i) $100 differential 
salary, paid under Sec. 49, Civil Service Act. Three statutory increases estimated for 12 months ; only 
paid for 9 months. Two promotions estimated for 12 months ; only paid for 7 months, (c) One sus- 
pended from July 1 to October 8, and statutory increase for quarter not paid. One 3 months' statutory 
increase not estimated. Differential salary, $122' 66, paid under Sec 49, Civil Service Act. One 
estimated at $600 for the year, and only paid at $400 from April 1. Two estimated at $600 each ; not 
appointed. One estimated at $400 ; only paid from May 11. One estimated at $450, and appointed at 
$530. One inadvertently omitted in Estimates. Two statutory increases estimated for 12 months ; only 
paid for part of year, (d) Increase paid for 6 months. R. SINCLAIR. 



12 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



Civil Government. 


Grant. 

$ cts. 

3,200 00 
3,200 00 
2,250 00 


Expenditure 


Grant 
not used. 

$ cts. 
3,200 00 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Department of Interior : — 

1 Deputy Head 


$ cts. 
3,200 00 


$ cts. 


1 Chief Clerk (Secretary) , 

do differential pay 


2,250 00 

377 92 

2,125 00 

1,675 00 

450 00 

15,266 60 

15,412 50 

19,654 15 

600 00 

1,950 00 

4,000 00 
7,550 00 
7,400 00 
5,133 33 
6,100 00 
600 00 
1,184 00 

3,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 


377 92 


1 do 


2,075 00 
1,800 00 




50 00 


1 do 

do differential pay . 


125 00 
d 


d 

450 00 


10 1st class Clerks 


15,625 00 

H,187 50 

22,137 50 

600 00 

2,250 00 

4,000 00 
7,5?0 00 
7,400 00 
6,050 00 
6,100 00 
600 00 
1,134 00 

3,200 00 
i.500 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 

107 359 00 
7,000 00 

114,359 00 


358 40 
/ 




12 2nd do 


1,225 00 
9 


30 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 


2,483 35 
300 00 

916 67 
k 

100 00 


5 Messengers 


h 


Geological Survey Branch : — 

1 Director 

4 Assistant Directors 




5 1st class Clerks 

5 2nd do .... 

8 3rd do 

1 Librarian 


J 


2 Messengers « 

North-West Mounted Police Branch: — 

1 Comptroller « 

1 1st class Clerk 


50 08 






2 3rd do 


I 


Vote 8 of 1884 (" Hansard," page, 838) 


102,028 50 
7,000 00 

109,028 50 


5,330 50 
5,330 50 




1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 








Auditor-General's Office:— 

1 Assistant Auditor 


2,550 00 
3,000 00 
5,950 00 
6,533 33 
1,000 00 


2,550 00 
3,000 00 
5,950 00 
6,533 33 
1,000 00 

18,033 33 
3,200 00 






2 1st class Clerks 




5 2nd do 




8 3rd do 

2 Messengers 




1 Auditor-General, authorized by 41 Vic, cap. 7 


19,033 33 
3,200 00 








22,233 33 


22,233 33 







a. Mr. Lindsay Russell was superannuated, June 30, 1884. c. Promoted to position of Surveyor- 
General, January, 1885. d. Promoted to position of Chief Clerk of Patents, January, 1885 ; and paid 
also under sec. 49, Civil Service Act. e. Over estimated. /. 13 2nd class Clerks were paid, and only 
12 estimated for; 2 Clerks promoted in January, 1885. g. 3rd class Clerks estimated for, but not 
appointed until June, 1885. h. Messenger estimated for, but not appointed, j. 2nd class Clerk not 
appointed until March, 1885, at $1,000 per annum, k Under estimated. I. 3rd class Clerks appointed 
At $550 each, 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



13 



Civil Government* 



Finance department : — 

1 Deputy Head and Secretary of Treasury Board 

1 Chief Clerk, Dominion Book-keeper 

1 do Accountant of Contingencies... 
1 do Savings Banks 

1 do Dominion Currency 

2 1st class Clerks 

1 do 

1 do 

1 do ... 

18 2nd class Clerks 

13 3rd do 

4 Messengers 

Allowance tor Private Secretary .... 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts 

4,200 00 

2,225 00 

2,600 00 

2,300 00 

2,350 00 

3,600 00 

1,550 00 

1,450 00 

1,400 00 

23,437 50 

10,146 66 

2,000 00 

400 00 

57,659 16 
7,000 00 

64,659 16 



Expenditure 


$ cts. 


4,200 00 


2,225 00 


2,600 00 


2,300 00 


2,350 00 


3,866 66 


1,550 00 


1,424 90 


700 00 


23,262 60 


8,313 86 


1,500 00 


400 00 


54,692 92 


7,000 00 


61,692 92 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts 



25 10 

700 00 

175 00 

1,832 f>0 

500 00 



2,966 2- 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



266 66 



a. Differential salary, b. Death of one officer, and promotion of another to fill his position 
e. Promotion of an officer from January 1,J885. d. Promotion of two officers whose places were filled 
by two promotions at a lower salary. 
filled. 



e Death of an otficer, and promotion of two others. J. Not 



Inland Revenne Department: — 

1 Commissioner. 

1 Chief Clerk, Accountant 


3,200 00 
2,175 00 
1,850 00 
4,475 00 
13,212 50 
4,025 00 
600 00 
3 4*25 i 
1,250 00 
1,300 00 


3,200 00 
2,175 00 
1,800 00 
4,475 00 
13,112 50 
3 975 00 

600 00 
3,425 00 
1,250 00 
1,300 00 

150 00 


50 00 

100 00 
50 00 




1 do Corresponding Clerk. 




3 1st class Clerks 

11 2nd do 


h 


5 3rd do 


b 


Private Secretary... 

2 Supernumerary 1st class Clerks 




1 do 2nd do 




3 Messengers 

Differential pay under Section 49 


150 0O 








Vote 12 of 1884. "Hansard," page 841 


35,512 50 
7,000 00 

42,512 50 


35,462 50 
7,000 00 


50 00 




1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 






42,462 50 







a. Overestimated, b. Estimated, but not paid. 



14 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT. 1884 5. 



Civil Government. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Customs Department: — 

1 Commissioner 

1 Assistant Commissioner and Accountant.... 
1 Chief Clerk, Correspondence 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 

2,600 00 

2,400 00 

1,900 00 

1,800 00 

1,700 00 

12,000 00 

8,504 16 

600 00 

980 00 

35,734 16 
7,000 00 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 

2,600 00 

2,000 00 

1,900 00 

2,050 00 

849 96 

9,800 00 

8,087 fe3 

300 00 

980 00 


$ cts. 

400 00 
b 


$ cts. 
a 


1 1st class Clerk, Assistant Accountant 


250 00 


1 do 

10 2nd class Clerks 

12 3rd do 


850 04 

2,200 00 
466 23 
300 00 


c 
d 




f 


2 Messengers, 


Vote 13 of 1884 (" Hansard," page 841) 


31,767 89 
7,000 00 


3,966 27 




1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic , cap. 31 






42,734 16 


38,767 89 


3,966 27 





(a) Superannuated from May 1, 1885. (6) Differential pay, under Sec. 49, Civil Service Act. 
(c) Superannuated from January 1, 1885. (<i) Two 2nd class Clerks provided for; not appointed. 
(e) One transferred to Outside Service and one to Department of Public Works ; places filled by trans- 
fers from Departments of Agriculture and Public Works at smaller salaries, and one provided for who 
was not appointed until February 1, i885. (/) Over estimated. 



Post Office Department: — 

1 Deputy Head 


3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
6,500 00 

12,500 00 

21,458 30 
1,900 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,150 00 
2,800 00 
2.S00 00 
2,300 00 
3,350 00 
6,500 00 

26,201 65 
2,800 00 
2,150 00 
1,737 50 
9,050 00 

14,550 00 
1,950 00 
1,400 00 
4,850 00 

12,283 32 

2,3.5 00 

8,8 15 00 

bOO 00 


3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,354 86 
6,462 50 

12,487 50 

21,063 51 
1,900 00 
350 00 
900 00 
1,560 00 
2,800 00 
2,300 00 
2,300 00 
3,350 00 
6,458 29 

15,825 08 
2,800 00 
2,150 00 
1,737 50 
9,012 50 

13,687 01 
1,950 00 
1,400 00 
3,675 00 

10,934 62 

2,292 17 

8,821 70 

600 00 


37 50 

12 50 

394 79 

1,050 00 
300 00 




1 Chief Clerk, Secretary 




1 do Assistant Secretary 


154 86 


4 1st class Clerks 

10 2nd do « 

33 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Supt. of Printing and Supply... 
1 1st class Clerk, 


b 
b 
c 

d 


12nd do 

2 3rd do 


d 

410 00 


1 Chief Clerk, Accountant 


41 71 
376 57 

37 50 
862 99 

1,175 00 

1,348 70 

82 83 

23 30 




1 do Cashier 

1 do Assistant Accountant 

2 1st class Clerks 




52nd do 

23 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Supt. Money Order Branch 

1 do Aest. Supt. do 

1 let class Clerk 

7 2nd do ,. 


f 
9 

b 


23 3rd do 


h 


1 Chief Clerk, Asst. Supt Savings Bank 

1 1st Ciass Clerk , 




4 2nd do 

18 3rd do 

5 Messengers 

22 Packers 


k 
I 

m 
b 


Private Secretary 








Vote 14 of 1884 (" Hansard," page 842) 


150,350 77 


145,172 24 


5,178 53 









(a) Differential salary. (b) Statutory increases overestimated, (c) Transfer of Oleiks to Outside 
Service; replaced by Clerks at smaller salaries. (d) Promoted April 1, 1885. (<») Transfer from 
Outside .Service at a higher salary than estimated. (,/) Promotion of a 3rd class Clerk, at a smaller 
salary than the Clerk he replaced, (g) Salaries deducted in some cases for absence from duty without 
leave (h) Appointments nof made, (k) Vacancy caused by promotion not filled. (/) Transfers to 
other branches ; replaced by Clerks at smaller salaries, (to) Messenger appointed Packer; replaced 
by a Messenger at a smaller salary. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



15 



Civil Government. 



Department of Agriculture : — 

1 Deputy Head 

1 Secretary 

Differential salary 

1 Chief Clerk, 1st Division 

2 2nd class Clerks do 

3 3rd do do 

Allowance for Private Secretary ...- 

3 Messengers, 1st Division 

3 Packers do 

1 1st class Clerk, 2nd Division 

1 2nd do do 

1 1st do 3rd Division....... 

1 2nd do do ..... 

1 Chief Clerk, Pal eats, 1st Division. 
3 2nd class Clerks do 



13rd 
1 1st 
5 3rd 
1 1st 

1 2nd 

2 3rd 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
2nd Division 

do 
3rd Division 

do 

do 



1 2nd class Clerk, 4th Division. 

2 3rd do do 
1 3rd do do 

1 Model Repairer,,... 

2 Model Guardians 

1 Statistical Officer 

1 Attache 

1 3rd class Clerk 

1 Guardian of Records 



Vote 15 of 1884 (" Hansard," page 842). 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic., cap. 31. 



Grant. 



% Ct9. 

3,200 00 
2,500 00 



1,850 00 
2,350 00 
2,430 00 

100 00 
1,160 00 
1,250 00 
1,650 00 
1,250 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
2,300 00 
3,800 00 

850 00 
1,450 00 
3,450 00 
1,575 00 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,350 00 
1,250 00 




51,695 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 

2,500 00 

700 00 

1,800 00 

2,350 00 

2,430 00 

100 00 

1,160 00 

600 00 

1,650 00 

1,250 00 

1,500 00 

1,400 00 

2,300 00 

2,400 00 

850 00 

1,450 00 

3,650 00 

1,575 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,250 00 

850 00 

950 00 

500 00 

980 00 

1,033 28 

1,400 00 

800 00 



43,228 28 
7,000 00 



50,228 28 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts, 



50 00 



650 00 



1,400 00 



400 00 



516 72 
500 00 



1,466 72 
1,466 72 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



700 00 



203 Oft 
200 00 
950 00 



a. Paid under sec. 49, Civil Service ^ct. b Intended promotion not made. The saving, on the 
whole, was effected by some intended promotions not being made, and by these made being at lower 
salaries than anticipated. 



IHarine and Fisheries : — 

1 Deputy Head.., 


3,200 00 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 

2 400 00 

6,850 00 

. 4,775 00 

12,695 83 

600 00 

980 00 

4,000 00 

40,300 83 
7,000 00 

47,300 83 


3,200 00 


2,400 00 




1 Commissioner of Fisheries 


a 




3,200 00 
2,400 00 
8,050 00 
8,212 50 
7,258 33 
600 00 
980 00 


800 00 


1 do 






4 1st class Clerks «, 


1,200 00 
3,437 50 
c 


4 2nd do 


c 


16 3rd do 


5,437 50 

4,000 00 
11,837 50 

8,400 00 


2 Messengers.. 




New appointments and other expenses of the 
division of the Department 








1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 


33,900 83 
7,000 00 


5,437 50 




40,900 83 





a. Superannuated from Oct. 1, 1883. b. The Accountant was made Deputy Minister of Fisheries. 
c. Attributable to the division of the Department. 



16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Civil Gove rum out. 



Public Works: — 

1 Deputy 

1 2nd class Shorthand Writer 

1 3rd class Clerk 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

1 Secretary, Chief Clerk 

5 2nd class C.eiks 

3rd do : 

Accountant, Chief Clerk 

2nd class Cieiks 

3rd do , 

Chief Engineer. ~ 

Chief Architect •• ... 

Mechanical Engineer, Chief Clerk. 
Chief Clerk, Engineering Branch.., 

1st class Clerks 

2nd do 

2 3rd do 

3 Messengers , 



Vote 17 of 1884, " Hansard," page 843. ... 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
1,350 00 

800 00 

600 00 
2,000 00 
6,150 00 
3,900 00 
2,050 00 
2,200 00 

950 00 
3,200 00 
3,2C0 00 
2,050 00 
2,000 00 
3,600 00 
3,400 00 

950 00 
1,190 00 

42,790 00 
7,000 00 



49,790 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts 



3,200 00 



1,100 00 
400 00 
1,728 67 
2,479 12 
^,775 00 
2.025 00 
1,950 00 
925 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 
2,050 00 
2,000 ( 
1,800 00 
3,278 75 
1,274 34 
1,003 83 



35,389 76 
7,000 00 



42,389 76 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts, 



1,350 00 



200 00 

271 33 

3,670 88 

125 00 

25 00 
250 00 

25 00 



,800 00 
121 50 



186 12 



7,400 24 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



300 00 



324 34 



a Mr. Mackay died June 14, 1884. b. Promoted from 3rd to 2nd class on July 1, 1884. 
c. Intended to pay Mr. Mackay. d. Not required, Mr. Ennis di^d Jan. 13,1885 e Nit required, Mr. 
Leiebvrt died Oct. 30, 1884. f. Statutory increases, votes for whole year only required for a portion. 
g. Contemplated promotions were not made. h. Mr. McCarthy superannuated from July 1, 1884. 
j and k. Owing to Mr. Hennessy's appointment. 



Department of Railways and Canals 

1 Deputy Head 

Secretary, Chief Clerk 

Accountant do 

Chief Cle k, Railway Branch 

Chief Engineer, Canals 

do Railways 

1st class Clerks 

8 2nd do 

7 3rd do 

1 Private Secretary, allowance 

3 Messengers 



Vote 18 of 1884, " Hansard," page 843 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31, 



4,100 00 


2,400 00 


2,362 50 
2,012 60 
4,500 < 
4,000 00 
8,612 50 
10,150 00 


5,650 00 
600 00 


1,290 00 


45 677 50 


7,000 00 


52,677 50 



4,100 00 
2,400 00 
2.362 5o 
2 012 50 
4,500 00 
4,000 I 
9.787 5u 
7,56i 50 
5,650 00 



1,291 00 
43,666 00 



43,665 00 



a 

2,587 50 

600 00 



2,012 50 



9,012 60 



1,175 00 



a. Under estimated, b. Vacancies not filled. 



These accounts have been examined under my directions, and are 
correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

John B. Simpson. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNNS. 



IT 



Civil Government. 



Departmental Contingencies. 



Governor-General's Office 

Privy Council 

Justice Department 

do Penitentiaries Branch. 

Militia and Defence 

Secretary of State 

do supplementary 



Interior Department 

do printing 

Indian Affairs 

Auditor-General's Office 

Finance Department , 

Customs Department 

do supplementary 



Inland Revenue Department.. 
Department of Public Works 

Post Office Department 

Department of A gricultme ... 

do Marine 

do Fisheiies 

Railways and Canals 

Departments Generally 

do do 



Stationery Office, for ptationery 

Contingencies, High Commissioner in 
London and $486 67 for salary of Secre- 
tary 

Post Office and Finance Departments, cal- 
culating Savings Bank interest 

Board of Civil Service Examiners 

do do supplementary 



Details. 



% cts. 



7,000 00 
174 50 



8,000 00 
393 50 



18,000 00 
80 00 



4,750 00 
1,000 00 



Grant. 



$ cts 

16,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,500 00 
2,250 00 
8,000 00 



7,174 50 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,200 00 

2,500 00 

11,000 00 



8,393 50 
8,000 00 
9,000 00 
30,000 00 
14,000 00 
5,500 00 
3,000 00 
7,000 00 



18,080 00 



182,598 00 
10,000 00 



4,500 00 
2,350 00 

5,750 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

13,185 03 

8,559 82 

4,990 34 

2,09 i 77 

10,507 01 



13,939 43 

12,391 35 

5,569 18 

9,534 71 

2,755 65 

13,731 20 



6,779 51 
6,583 39 
8,0^4 21 
31,651 26 
18,236 12 
7,944 57 
2,399 48 
6,529 97 



19,440 86 
204,755 86 



3,611 56 
2,102 70 

6,121 29 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

2,814 97 

b 

c 

157 23 
e 

•/ 

9 

4,430 82 

h 

,. ... t 

■ J 

1,613 99 

1,416 61 

965 79 

m 

n 

o 

600 52 
470 03 

g 

i'6,o6o"oo 

888 44 
247 30 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



4,559 82 
1,490 34 

2,507 01 



6,764 93 
2,391 35 

4,334 71 

255 65 

2,731 20 



1,551 26 
4,236 12 
2,444 57 



1,360 86 



5,157 86 



371 29 



Votes 19 to 24, ot 1884 ; 202, 211 and 217 of 1885. 

" Hansard," of 1884, pages 843, 987, 1440, 1466, 1474, 1627. 

See this Report, part ii, page 25. 

This account has been examined under my direction, and is correct. 

J. L. McDQUGALL, 

Auditor- General* 
Examined, 

Thos. Porter. 



3—2* 



18 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



Remarks on Civil Government Contingencies. 

a. The services of this office for the year in question have not required the 
expenditure of the whole amount granted by Parliament. Beyond this general state- 
ment the account does nut appear to me to call for special explanation. — Melgund, 
Zt.-Col, Gov. GtnVs Secy. 

b. Explanations of the causes of difference between grant and expenditure, called 
for by the circular of the 19th November, 1885, from this office, have not been given 
by this Department.— J. L. McDougall, A. G. 

c. For the past few years the amount $3,500 voted for this service has been 
found inadequate to meet the requirements. I have asked, therefore, for $5,000 
under this head in the estimates for the year ending June 30, 188*7. — Geo. W. 
Bukbldge, D. M. J. 

d. The under-expenditure of $157.23 in the Penitentiary Branch of this Depart- 
ment is in consequence of a large reduction under the head of Telegrams. — Geo. W. 
Burbidge, D. M. J. 

e. It has been found that the vote for contingencies was too small, and should 
be increased as a consequence of the growth of the Department of Militia. With the 
strictest economy it has been found impossible to keep within the estimate, which has 
been exceeded by $2,507. — O. Ettg. Panet. 

/. Every economy has been practised commensurate with the efficiency of the 
office and its branches. The working of the Canada Temperance Act, the services of 
extra clerks and messengers necessitated by the absence on leave of several of the 
permanent employees during the troubles in the North- West, the protracted Session 
of Parliament, and the large number of returns called for by Parliament, and the 
increase generally of the business of the Department, will account to a very large 
extent for the increase in the expenditure, which could not have been foreseen. I 
have to add that the increased cost of telegraphing over that for the preceding year 
was caused by the absolute demand ol the use of the wires in the interests of the 
Public Service.— G. Powell. 

g. The over-expenditure of $2,391.35, was caused by the fact that the practice of 
charging the accounts for telegraphing to Dominion Lands Income, was discontinued 
at your request, and those accounts were charged to Civil Government Contingencies, 
although no provision had been made for that purpose in the Estimate for 1884-85* 
The explanation of the under-expenditure of $4,430.82 in the Departmental Print- 
ing is that when the amount required for that service was estimated, certain printing 
in connection with survey work and outside service was included, which was pro- 
perly a charge against Dominion Lands, and was paid for out of that fund. In 
addition to that, it was thought that the cost of printing in connection with the 
Forestry Commission amounting to about $500, would have to be made in the year 
1834 85; but payment pi that amount was not found to be necessary or indeed 
possible, until the close of that fiscal year. — John R. Hall, Secretary. 

h. With respect to the items "subscriptions to newspapers," "telegraphing," 
"travelling expenses," "engraving and lithographing," and " stationery office," 
nothing can be said except that they were under-estimated ; under items " extra 
clerks" and "extra messenger" the over-expenditure of $1,018.50 was due to the 
fact that two extra clerks who were not estimated for, because it was anticipated that 
they would pass their examination and be placed on the strength of the Department, 
failed to do so (one altogether, the other passed in January, 1885, an i was put 
on the pay list on 16th March last) and to the unforeseen employment as extra clerks 
of Mr. Hunton and the Rev. Mr. Scott. The over-expenditure under item " Queen's 
Printer," is solely due to the increasing business of the Department of Indian Affairs 
having necessitated an outlay for printing and binding which was not anticipated. 
The returns to Parliament last year were very voluminous and caused an expendi- 
ture of $216.33 which was not estimated for, — L. Vankoughnet. 

1. The work of the office increased during the year faster than was anticipated, 
and I was therefore obliged to ask for an additional extra clerk. The auioaut paid 



i APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 19 



i;o Mi\ J. W. Reid, the person engaged, accounts for the excess of the expenditure 
over the grant. — J. L. McDougall, A.G. 

j. In consequence of the conversion of the 5 per cent, loan, and the placing of 
the 4 per cent, loan on the market, and the Minister of Finance having been in Eng- 
land, a large amount of expenditure for cables and telegrams became necessary, and 
that, with a larger amount of printing and stationery than was estimated being pro- 
cured, explains the difference between the grant and the expenditure. — J. M. Court- 
ney, D.M.F. 

k. The vote for $8,000 was asked for in order that a sufficient sum should be 
available to cover possible expenditure under this head, but as the details vary from 
year to year, it is impossible in advance to estimate exactly what the necessary out- 
lay would be, and the estimate must, in all cases, be an approximate one. You will 
observe that for Queen's Printer the sum expended is much smaller than in many 
previous years, and the saving under this item was due to the fact that expensive 
records had not been replaced during the year. I might add, in further general 
explanation, that the utmost care has been taken to keep all expenditure by this 
Department within the narrowest limits consistent with the proper working of its 
various branches. — W. G. Parmelee. 

1. Expenditure less than anticipated. — O, Dionne. 

m. The amount of over-expenditure, viz., $1,551.26, is principally caused by an 
increase in the item, " Queen's Printer," which the Postmaster-General was unable 
to control. — Wm. White. 

n The increase of $4,236 12 arose, as in former years, from the very large extent 
of business in the Patent Office, this extent of business, at the same time, on the other 
hand, implying very large revenue from fees. The items in which the increases have 
occurred are extra clerks, the expenditure for such service last year being $6,006.46, 
against $3,600 the previous year, making an increase of $2,406.46 ; the item of the 
Queen's Printer's charges is $1, 1 20.02 more than the previous year; special charges 
or $524 for reporting a Patent case, and $125 for a type-writer. These items, with- 
out going into further details, as nearly as possible account for the increase of 
expenditure over the grant.— J. Lowe. 

o. The sum of $2,444.57 in excess of vote can be explained in the following man- 
ner : —$3,000 of the original vote was transferred to the Fisheries Department, which, 
however, did not make any marked difference in some of the principal items, for 
instance :— 

1883-84 1884-85. 

Subscription to newspapers $500 00 $445 10 

Postages 403 75 462 87 

Travelling expenses .....o. 450 00 452 68 

While the Queen's Printer's item was increased from $1,234 to $2,571.96 owing 
to the list of shipping being charged against this vote instead of the amount specially 
voted for the same, which, added to the balance of Fisheries Department, will more 
than meet the over-expenditure. — F. Gourdeau. 

p. Amount estimated for, not required. — E. W. Yenning, Acting Accountant. 

q. Every exertion was used to make the vote and expenditure balance, but the* 
effort was not successful. — T90S. Eoss. 

/ 



3— 2|* 



20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Administration of Justice. 



Expenditure under Supply Bills: — 

Miscellaneous Justice, including North-West 

Territories 

Travelling expenses of Stipendiary Magistrates 

in North-West Territories 

Circuit allowances, British Columbia 

Travelling allowances, Supreme and County 

Court Judges, Manitoba , 

Precis Writer, Supreme Court ., 

Cleik in Registrar's Office , 

Second Clerk in do 

Senior Messenger of Supreme Court.., 

Second do do .-- ^ 

Third do do 

Contingencies, Judges' travelling expenses, 

salaries of officers in Supreme Court, and 

$150 for books for Judges 

Printing, binding and distributing the Supreme 

Court Reports 

Contingencies of Maritime Court of Ontario 

and Judges' travelling expenses ■ 

Begistrar, Vice- Admiralty Court, Quebec 

Marshal do do , 

Law Reports and text books for Supreme Court 

Library 



Votes 25 and 306, of 1884. 
994 and ^474 



("Hansard/ 7 pages 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



15,C00 00 

3,000 00 
6,000 00 

2,500 00 
2,150 00 
850 00 
650 00 
500 00 
450 00 
310 00 



5,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,00 00 
666 66 
383 34 

1,500 00 
41,010 00 



Expenditure 



% cts. 



15,555 74 

3,000 00 
6,043 86 

1,534 00 
2,150 00 
850 00 
650 00 
500 00 
450 00 
317 50 



3,953 02 

2,007 13 

59 00 
666 66 
333 34 

1,158 77 



39,229 02 



>—< 




+J 








03 




Ph 


Grant 


.2 


not used. 


© 




hfi 




03 




a. 






$ cts. 


53 




54 




54 




54 


966 00 


54 




54 




54 




54 




54 




54 




54 


1,046 98 


55 




55 


41 00 


55 




55 




55 


341 23 




1,780 98 



Grant 
exceeded. 



Ct9. 



555 74 



43 



7 50 



7 IS 



Receipts from sales of Supreme Court Reports $2,926 62 

do do Law Stamps 1,969 03 

do fnes, North-West Territories 5,329 69 

do do General 86 90 



This account has been examined under my direction, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. B. Simpson. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



21 



TV =-: 

Administration of Justice. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Estimate 
not used. 


Estimate 
exceeded. 


Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 


$ cts. 


$■ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Supreme Court of Canada and Exchequer Court 
of C mada — 
Salary of Chief Justice 


8,000 00 

35,000 00 

2,600 00 


8,000 00 

35,000 00 

2,600 00 






Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $7,000 

Salary of Registrar , 




Province of Ontario: — 
Court of Appeal- 
Salary of Chief Justice of Ontario and Chief 

Justice of Appeal 

Salaries of four Justices, at $5,000 


6,000 00 
20,000 00 


6,000 00 
19,583 34 


416 66 




High Court of Justice for Ontario- 
Salary of the Chief Justice of the Queen's 
Bench 


6,000 00 


6,000 00 






■Queen's Bench Division — 

Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each 


10,000 00 


9,027 80 


972 20 




Common Pleas Division- 
Salary of the Chief Justice of the Common 
Pleas 


6,000 00 
10,000 00 


6,000 00 
10,000 00 






Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each 




■Chancery Division — 

Salary of Chancellor of Ontario 


6,000 00 
10,000 00 

13,000 00 


6,000 00 
10,000 00 






Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each 




Circuit allowances 


12,100 00 


mo oo 




Maritime Court — 
Salary of Judge 


600 00 


600 00 






County Courts — 
Salaries of thirty-eight Judges, including 
Algoma, varying from $2,000 to $2,600 

each 

Salaries of eleven Junior Judges, at $2,000. 

Travelling allowances of County Court 

Judges, including Algoma 


89,800 00 
22,000 00 

9,800 00 

6,000 00 
25,000 00 


90,522 12 
22,000 00 

9,926 59 




722 12 
126 59 


Province of Quebec : — 
Court of Queen's Bench — 
Salary of Chief Justice 


6,000 00 
25,000 00 


! 




Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $5,000 




Salary of Chief Justice 


6,000 00 
55,000 00 
52,000 00 

7,000 00 


3,370 97 
54,905 88 
52,000 00 

7,000 00 


2,629 03 
94 12 


c 


Salaries of eleven Judges, at $5,000 each. ... 
do thirteen do 4,000 do .... 
do two do 3,500 do .... 


d 


Court of Vice-Admiralty— 
Salary of Judge 


2,000 00 


2,133 35 




£33 JS 


Circuit allowances 


13,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

20,000 00 


12,906 00 


94 00 




Province of Nova Scotia : — 

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia- 
Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $4,000 


5,000 00 

4,000 00 

20,000 00 






Court of Vice-Admiralty— 
Salary of Judge 


600 00 


600 00 










Carried forward 


450,400 00 


446,276 05 


5,106 01 


282 06 



22 



auditor general's report, 1834-5. 



Administration of Justice. 



Brought forward 



expenditure Authorized by Statute :- 

Province of Nova Seotia — Concluded. 
Circuit allowances 



County Courts — 

Salary of the Jud ge for the County of Halifax 

Salaries of six other Judges, at $2,400 

Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges 



Province of New Brunswick : — 
Supreme Court c f New Brunswick- 
Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of four Puisne Judges, at $4,000., 
Salary of Judge in Equity 



Court of Vice- Admiralty- 
Salary of Judge 



Circuit allowances 



County Courts— 
salaries of County Judges : one at $3,000. 

four at $2,400, and one at $2,000 

Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges - 



Province of Manitoba : — 
Court of Queen's Bench — 

Salary of Chief Justice -.. 

Salaries of two Puisne Judges, at $1,000 
each (three paid) 



County Courts — 
Salaries of three County Court Judges, at 
$2,000 each 



Province of British Columbia: — 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice , 

Salary of one Puisne Judge 

Salaries of three Puisne Judges, at $1,000. 

County Courts — 
Salary of Judge 



Province of Prince Edward Island . 
Superior Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

do Master of Bolls 

do Vice-Chancellor 



Circuit allowances 



County Courts — 
Salaries of three Judges, at $2,400 each.. 
Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges 



North- West Territories : — 
Salaries of three Stipendiary Magistrates. 



Total, Expenditure under Statute 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
450,400 00 

4,000 00 



2,400 00 
14,400 00 

1,400 00 



5,000 00 

16,000 00 

4,000 00 



600 00 
3,200 00 

14,600 00 
1,200 00 

5,000 00 
8,000 00 

6,000 00 



5,820 00 

4,850 00 

12,000 00 



4,000 00 

3,200 00 

• 3,200 00 

600 00 



7,200 00 
600 00 

9,000 00 



586,670 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 
446,276 05 

4,400 00 



2,400 00 
13,543 66 

1,327 72 



5,000 00 

15,625 58 

4,000 00 



600 00 
3,300 00 

14,633 33 
1,200 00 

5,000 00 
11,847 20 

6,000 00 



5,820 00 

4,850 00 

12,000 00 



2,400 00 



4,000 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 

600 00 



7,'<00 00 
600 00 

9,000 00 



588,023 54 



Estimate 
not used. 



$ cts 
5,106 01 



856 34 
72 28 

374 42 



Estimate 
exceeded. 



/ 



$ cts. 
982 06 



400 0C 



100 0C 



33 33 



3,847 20 



2,400 00 



1,353 54 



APPROPRIATION ACCOITNTS. 



25 



«4 

I 


Dominion Police. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Grant 
not used 


Grant 
exceeded. 
















$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


26 


Estimate of 1884-85 

do Supplementary m 


15,000 00 
4,000 00 


J 18,953 14 


46 86 






Vote 26 of 1884, "Hansard," page 997; also, 
1 « Hansard " of 1885, page 3444. (See part ii 
of this Report, page 63.) 











This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor' Genera L 



Explanations for Administration of Justice and Dominion Police, 

(a.) Caused by Mr. Chief Justice O'Connor not being appointed until the 11th 
September, 1884, although salary estimated for from 1st July. 

(5.) Increase to Judge Baxter in January, 1885 ; Judge Drew, May, 1885, and 
Judge Lazier in December, 1884, and appointment of Judge Hamilton from 21st 
October, 1884. 

(c.) Chief Justice Meredith pensioned on the 1st October, 1884, and his suc- 
cessor, Mr. Justice Stuart, not promoted until the 9th March, 1885. 

(d.) Mr. Justice Andrews, Justice Stuart's successor, not appointed until 16th 
March, 1885. 

<>.) Salary from 7th to 30th June, 1883-84, paid in 1884-85. 

(/,) Death of Judge Campbell, 20th February, 1885. No successor appointed 
during the fiscal year. 

((/.) Death of Mr. Justice Weldon, 11th February. Successor not appointed 
until 17th March 1885. 

(h.) Judge Wedderburn's salary increased. 

(i.) Salary of one Judge not estimated for, provision therefor having been made 
after the estimate was prepared. 

(,;.) Salary of one Judge not estimated for, the provision therefor having been 
made after the estimate was prepared. — G.W.B. 



24 



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APPROPBIATION ACCOUNTS. 



25 



Kingston Penitentiary. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


o3 

.2 

0- 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded. 


Staff Salaries : — 

1 Warden , 


$ cts. 

3,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

800 ro 

900 00 

700 00 

550 00 

350 00 

750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 

1,200 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

19,000 00 

1,600 00 


$ cts. 

2,833 30 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

2,400 00 

1,750 00 

800 00 

900 00 

700 00 

550 00 

350 00 

750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
598 33 
600 00 
600 00 
545 00 

1,200 00 

564 16 

600 00 

600 00 

19,302 87 

1,200 00 




$ cts. 
166 70 

50 00 

1 67 

55 00 
35 84 

(4) 


$ cts. 

(i) 


1 Deputy Warden 

1 Accountant • 


2 Chaplains 




1 Surgeon 

1 Warden's Clerk 


(2) 


1 Storekeeper 




1 Steward 




1 Matron 




1 Deputy Matron 




1 Hospital Overaeer 




1 Clerk of Works and Chief Trade In- 
structor 

1 Tailor Instructor ..„ 




1 Keeper, Stonecutter 

1 do Mason 




1 do Carpenter]) 

1 do Miller 

1 do Foundry 


(3) 


1 do Quarry 






1 do Insane Asylum 


(3) 
(3) 

302 87 


2 Keepers 

1 Farmer 


1 Schoolmaster 


4 Teamsters 


65 

65 
65 
65 
67 
68 
68 
67 


400 00 
406 34 


(5) 


Total Salaries 


44,150 00 

2,000 00 

1,249 76 

33,181 79 

16,629 77 

400 00 

168 00 

840 85 

670 30 


43,743 66 

3,110 36 

2,220 17 

31,523 73 

15,308 52 

307 26 ! 

166 26 

909 01 




Retiring gratuities 


1,110 36 
970 41 




b 


Maintenance 

Capital account • 


1,658 06 

1,321 25 

92 74 

1 74 

J 


e 

d 


Miscellaneous e ..... 


68 16- ' 


Gratuity to widow of Guard McManus « 


670 30 


9 








99,290 47 


97,288 97 





2,001 50 





Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

(1) The Warden's salary was reduced from $3,000 to $2,600 in February, 1885. (2) Saving in 
Surgeon' 8 salary for a part of February, 1885. (3) Time lost by officers during the year. (4) Extra 
officers required for part of the year. (5) Three teamsters employed instead of four, as estimated for- 

a. Four of the senior officers on the staff were retired ia consequence of ill-health. The amounts 
allowed them, based upon their length of service, was $1,110.36 in excess of the estimate, b. On 
account of change in the staff, more uniforms were required than estimated, c. A large amount waa 
saved under the head of rations, d Saving under the sub-heads of heating, light and kitchen, e. From 
the nature of this account, it is impossible to make a close estimate. / Reward to officers for gallant 
conduct, paid out of this vote, which was not estimated for. g. Not available in 1384-85 ; paid Sep- 
temb er 10, 1885. 

This account has been examined under my directions and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



26 



AUDITOR aiNERAl/s ACCOUNTS, 1884-5. 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. 



Staff Salaries: — 

1 Warden. .„- ,. 

1 Deputy Warden 

2 Chaplains - 

1 Surgeon 

1 Accountant. 

1 Warden's Clerk 

1 Chief Keeper , 

1 Storekeeper 

1 Steward ,», 

1 Schoolmaster 

1 Tailor Instructor ,. 

1 Carpenter Instructor.., 
1 Stonecutter Instructor. 
1 Blacksmith Instructor,. 
1 Shoemaker Instructor., 

1 Baker Instructor 

1 Hospital Keeper 

1 Engineer 

1 Farmer 

8 Keepers 

28 Guards 

1 Messenger , 

2 Teamsters 



Total. 



Gratuitie3 ~ , , 

Uniforms 

Maintenance 

Working expenses « 

Jliiscellaneous 

Commission of enquiry „ 

G. F. Baillairg6 for services in connection 
"with investigation 



Grant. 



$ cts 

2,600 00 

1,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

700 00 

600 00 

750 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

750 00 

800 00 

610 00 

4,400 00 

14,000 00 

500 00 

800 00 



38,410 00 



1,759 08 

30,530 94 

9,668 46 

400 00 



550 00 



81,318 48 





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$ cts. 


2,600 00 




1,400 00 




2,400 00 




1,200 00 




1,000 00 




800 00 




800 00 




800 00 




700 00 




600 00 




760 00 




700 00 




7C0 00 




700 00 




700 00 




700 00 




750 00 




800 00 




610 00 




4,400 00 




13,964 80 




600 00 




800 00 


70 


38,374 80 


83 33 


70 


1,754 77 


70 


26,602 01 


70 


9,718 83 


71 


920 16 


72 


1,517 05 


72 






78,970 95 





Grant 
rj ot used. 



$ cts. 



35 20 



35 20 



4 31 
3,928 93 
.... d 



/ 

550 00 



2,347 53 



Grant 
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$ cts. 



83 33 



50 3T 

520 16 

1,517 05 



Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

a. Guard's position vacant for part of a month, b. Not estimated for. c. Prison population less 
than estimated for. d. Heating under-estimated, e. Advertising removal of convicts, and travelling 
«sxpenses under-estimated. /. Unforeseen expense, g. Not available in 1884-85 ; paid since. 

This account has been examined under my direction, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



2? 



Dorchester Penitentiary. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 

$ cts. 

2,000 08 

1,200 00 

1,000 16 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

500 00 

300 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

774 12 

600 00 

1,650 00 

9,000 00 

500 00 

600 00 

350 00 


>— « 

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a 

a 

5b 


Grant 
not used. 


Grant 
exceeded.. 


Staff Salaries : — 

I Warden . 


$ cts. 

2,000 00 

1,200 CO 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

500 00 

300 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

800 00 

600 00 

1,650 00 

9,000 00 

500 00 

600 00 

350 00 


$ cts. 


$ cts, 
08 










1 Accountant 


1£ 




73 
73 
73 

73 
74 
75 
75 


25 88 




2 Chaplains ...... 




1 Chief Keeper , 




1 Storekeeper 

1 Steward 




1 Hospital Keeper M 

1 Matron 

1 Deputy Matron 

1 Keeper— Carpenter „ 

1 do Blacksmith 




1 do Mason 

1 Guard — Shoemaker 




1 Engineer 




1 Schoolmaster 

3 Keepers 




18 Guards 

1 Messenger , 




1 Teamster 










26,300 CO 

600 00 

1,857 00 

9,855 00 

5,350 00 

500 00 

500 00 


26,274 36 


25 64 
600 00 

e 

d 


b 


Uniforms 


1,865 03 

10,821 85 

3,353 15 

548 06 

469 99 


8 03 




966 85 


Working expenses 


1,996 85 


e 




48 06 


Industries 


30 01 


9 






44,962 00 


43,332 44 


1,629 56 





Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

a. Salary of engineer not paid for part of May, 1885. b. No officers were retired.^ c. Excess in 
prison population, d. Saving under the head of heating : wood being cut from Penitentiary land, and 
used instead of coal. e. Amount required for removal of female convicts to Kingston, nnder estimated* 
J. Full amount not required. 

This account has been examined under my direction, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. W, Reid. 



28 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Manitoba Penitentiary. 



Salaries : — 
1 Warden 

1 Accountant and Storekeeper. 

2 Chaplains 

I Surgeon 

1 Chief Keeper , .... 

1 Engineer ..... ..* 

1 Steward 

1 Blacksmith Instructor 

1 Tailor Instructor ,., 

Trade Instructor's allowance,... 

Schoolmaster's allowance 

9 Guards 

1 Messenger and Guard ..., 



Retiring gratuities 

Un forms 

Maintenance , 

Working expenses 

Miscellaneous 

Industries - 

Dr. Sutherland, for services to lunatics . 



Lkss— Keep of lunatics transferred 
to Manitoba Subsidy Ac- 
count $4,223 22 

Miscellaneous — North- West 

Territories 784 26 

Keewatin - 1,161 20 



do 



do 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
600 00 
900 00 
900 00 
650 00 
900 00 



220 00 

350 00 

5,400 00 

600 00 

14,520 00 

550 00 

823 00 

15,071 26 

12,685 00 

1,065 00 

160 00 

290 00 

45,134 26 



45,164 26 



Expenditure 



$ cts, 

2,000 00 
1,000 00 
999 84 
600 00 
900 00 
900 00 
650 00 
660 00 
375 50 
219 96 
349 96 
5,664 49 
600 00 



14,919 75 

" ' 979 "69 

15,877 61 

12,378 20 

2,207 18 

20 00 



46,382 43 



6,168 68 



40,213 75 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



16 



240 00 

b 

04 

04 

e 



550 00 
e 

/ 

306 80 
Jl 

140 00 
290 00 



6,168 68 



4,950 51 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



375 50 
264 49 



399 75 

[ 

156 69 
806 35 

r 

1,142 18 



1,218 17 



Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

^ a. Appointed at a less salary than estimated, b. Not estimated for. <?. Extra guards required in 
<consequence of increase in prison population, d. No officers retired, e. More officers requiring 
uniforms than estimated for. /. The requirements for rations and hospital exceeded the estimate. 
g. Saving under the head of light, h. From the nature of the services charged under this head it is 
impossible to make anything like an accurate estimate, k. Not as many carried on as estimated for. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



J L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General, 



APPROPBIATION ACCOUNTS. 



2» 



Britisli Columbia Penitentiary. 



Staff Salaries : — 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy Warden and Chief Keeper. 

2 Chaplains 

1 Accountant and Storekeeper 

1 Surgeon 

1 Tailor Instructor 

1 Shoemaker Instructor — 

1 Steward and Guard 

10 Guards 

Allowance for Schoolmaster 

1 Messenger and Guard 

1 Teamster 

Total 

Uniforms ... 

Maintenance 

Working expenses... 

Capital Account 

Industries 

Miscellaneous 



Grant. 



% ets. 



1,100 00 
1,000 00 
800 00 
600 00 
750 00 
750 00 
700 00 
6,000 00 
200 00 
600 00 
600 00 



14,850 00 
500 00 

10,188 29 

2,631 00 

500 00 

500 00 

400 00 



29,569 29 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

1,750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 

750 00 

750 00 

•700 00 

6,143 03 

200 00 

556 60 

600 00 

14,949 63 

379 11 

8,233 10 

3,295 65 

66 95 

425 73 

395 39 



27,745 56 



Grant 
not used. 



% cts 



43 40 



120 89 
1,955 19 



433 05 

74 27 
4 61 

1,823 73 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



143 03 



99 63 



664 65 



Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice:— 

a. Extra guards required in consequence of increase in prison population. Messenger's salary saved 
for part of July, 1884. b. Not so many uniforms required a 3 estimated for. c. Saving under the heads, 
of rations and convicts' clothing, d. Heating, farm and stables, un»ier-estimated. e. The Waiden 
did not require as much under this head as he anticipated. /. Not so much stock required as estimated; 
for. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUQALL, 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

J. W. Eeid. 



30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Legislation. 



Authorized by Statute:— 

Senate : — 

Salary of Speaker (36 Vic, oap. 31)- 

Indemnity to members 

Mileage 



Commons : — 

Salary of Speaker (36 Vic, cap. 31). 

Indemnity to members 

Mileage 



Election Expenses 

Dominion elections. 
Election trials.. 



Grant. 



cts. 



4,000 00 
78,000 00 
10,820 00 



4,000 00 

211,000 00 

26,500 00 

5,000 00 



339,320 00 





JH 




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.s 




CD 

to 

03 
Oh 


$ cts. 


4,000 00 
66,002 00 
10,068 40 


85 
85 
85 


3,999 98 
190,083 60 


90 
88 


22,823 05 


90 


8,467 53 
1,777 97 


101 
108 


307,222 53 





Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



11,998 00 
751 60 



02 

20,916 40 

3,67d 95 



32,097 47 



Grant 
exceeded. 



cts. 



5,245 50 



Tuis account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUQALL, 

Auditor. General. 
Examined, 

F. Hayter. 

Note. — This letter was received too late to print on page 95 of part II. 

London, England, 26th November, 1885. 

Sir, — I have your letter of 4th November, asking me to furnish the Accountant 
of the House of Commons with ray declaration to enable him to close my indemnity 
account for last Session, and informing me that you are " obliged to note any weak- 
ness in the evidenoe of a member being entitled to the sum whioh he has with- 
drawn." 

I presume you wrote the last sentence without being aware of the state of my 
account, as my total drawings fall short of $ 1,000. 1 have no form for making 
declaration here, but I draw one up from memory, which I hope the Accountant will 
find sufficient. 

An answer may be addressed to my office in Montreal, or, perhaps better, to 
Bank of Montreal, Lombard St , London, Bog. 

I trust you will, after examination, find that there is no weakness in the evidonce 
of the amount which I could draw or have drawn. 

Your obedient servant, 

D. MACMASTER 

Declaration. — I, Donald Macmaster, a member of the House of Commons of 
Canada, at present in England, hereby declare that I was present at the several ses- 
sions of the House of C3mmons of Canada during last Session, with the exceptioa of" 
twenty eight sittings or days ; and I make this declaration in compliance with the 
Statutes relating to the indemaity of members of the House of Commons, and in order 
to enable the Accountant of the House to debit me for absences ; and I have signed 
at Northumberland Avenue, London, England, this 26th November, 1885. | 

D. MACMASTER 



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APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



33 



Senate. 



Salaries ; — 

1 Clerk, Master in Chancery 

1 Deputy Cleik, Master in Chancery 

1 Law Olerk and English Translator 

1 Chaplain 

1 Clerk of English Journals 

1 Second English Clerk, Routine and Pro- 
ceedings 

1 Third English Clerk, Private Bills 

1 Second Clerk Assistant, Chief Translator... 

1 First French Translator and Clerk 

1 Clerk of French Journals and Sergeant-at- 
Arms 

1 Assistant Clerk of French Journals 

1 Assistant Accountant and Junior Clerk 

1 Assistant Clerk of Private Bills 

1 Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod 

1 Postmaster 

1 Housekeeper , 

1 Doorkeeper 

1 Newsroom- keeper 

1 Speaker's Messenger 

1 Wardrobe Messenger and Assistant Door- 
keeper „ 

1 Bank Messenger 

1 Bouse carpenter 

3 Permanent Messengers , 

1 Messenger (Supplementary Estimates) , 



26 



Miscellaneous : — 

6 Pages, at %\ 50 a day (153 days) 

7 Sessional Messengers, at $2.50 each (4 paid) 

Charwomen , 

Stationery 

Newspapers 

Postage and carriage of mails , 

bundiy tradesmen's accounts 

Senate Debates and Shorthand Writers 

To meet unforeseen charges 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
400 00 
1,600 00 

1,400 00 
1,400 00 
2,200 00 
1,900 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

850 00 

850 0^ 

1,360 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

600 00 
800 00 
700 00 
2,000 00 
600 ©0 



32,250 00 



750 00 
1,750 00 
1,600 00 
5,338 00 
1,800 00 

800 00 
3,500 00 
6,000 00 
3.500 00 



57,288 00 



Expenditure 



% cts. 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,200 00 
400 0" 
1,600 00 

1,400 00 
1,400 00 
2,200 00 
1,900 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

850 00 

850 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

750 00 
750 00 
700 00 
1,800 00 
600 00 



32,150 00 



1,147 50 
1,000 00 
1,922 40 
6,067 94 
1,620 48 
979 21 
2,700 56 
6,471 80 
2,058 92 



56,118 81 



Grant 
not used. 



% cts. 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



50 00 

200 00 



150 00 



100 00 



750 00 



179 52 
799* 4*4 



1,441 08 
1,169 19 



397 50 

322 40 
729 94 

179 21 

471 80 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions, and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUaALL. 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

F. Haytek. 



3—3* 



34 



AUDITOR GENOTLAI/S REPORT, 1834-5. 



House of Commons. 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Salaries — Clerk's Estimate: — 

Clerk of the House 

Accountant * 

Clerk Assistant , 

Second Clerk Assistant 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms 

Law (Jlerk 

Assistant Law Clerk and Principal English 
Translator 

Assistant Law Clerk and Principal French 
Translator 

Translator of Votes and Proceeding and Jour- 
nals ...... 

Assistant French Tian viator 

do English do 

French do , 

English do 

French Translators, at $1,200 

do Translator and Proof-reader 

Book-keeper and Assistant Accountant 

Clerk of Koutine and Record 

English Engrossing Clerk 

Proof-reader and Clerk of Stationery 

Indexing Clerk 

Clerk of Miscellaneous Private Bills and Stand- 
ing Orders Committees 

Assistant Clerk of Miscellaneous Private Bills 
and Standing Orders Committees 

Clerk of Railway and Banking Committees.... 

Clerk of Public Accounts Committee 

Principal Clerk of Committees 

Assistant do 

Clerk of Votes and Proceedings 

Assistant Clerk of Votes and Secretary to 
Clerk of House ,. ,... 

English Journal Clerk 

Assistant English Journal Clerk and Clerk of 
Petitions 

Clerk of Sessional Papers 

French Journal Clerk 

Assistant French Journal Clerk.- 

Junior Clerk, at $800 

do 600 

Postmaster 

Assistant Postmaster 

Post Office Messenger 

Assistant Clerk of Stationery and Assistant 
Proof-reader. 

Increase of $200 to 1 Clerk 

do 100 to 8 Clerks 

do 50 to 1 Clerk 



Grant. 



% cts. 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,400 00 
1,200 00 
3,400 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 
1,700 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
3,600 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,450 00 
1,200 00 
1,700 00 

1,450 00 
1,800 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,700 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

500 00 

600 00 

200 00 

800 00 

50 00 



63,050 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 



2,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,400 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 
1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
3,600 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,200 00 

1,350 00 

1,100 00 
1,350 00 
1,350 00 
1,450 00 
1,000 00 
1,700 00 

1,550 00 
1,900 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,700 00 

1,000 00 

850 00 

600 00 

1,233 31 

600 00 

616 62 

600 00 



60,849 93 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 



300 00 



200 0U 



200 00 



200 00 

800 00 

50 00 



2,200 07 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



100 0* 



2O0 00 
100 00 

150 0O 

100 00 
150 00 
150 00 



100 00 
100 00 



50 00 

33 31 

116 62 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 
Examined, Auditor- GeneraL 

F. Hayter. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



35 



House *f Commons. 



Committees and Sessional Clerks: — 

Speaker's Secretary 

Permanent Sessional Clerks 

Extra Sessional Clerks 

Expenses of Committees 

Sessional French Translators 

French translation during recess 



Contingencies : — 

Stationery 

Postage 

Newspapers and advertising 

Miscellaneous 

Unforeseen expenses.... 



Sergeant-at-Arms' Estimate :— 

Salaries 

Sessional Messengers ..... 

Pages 

Servants 

Charwomen 

Contingencies 

Gasman 

Tradesmen , 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

300 00 

3,300 00 

13,773 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,501 00 



22,874 00 



14,500 00 
1,900 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 



26,400 00 



10,225 00 

14,152 50 

2,983 50 

1,530 00 

3,155 00 

950 00 

192 25 

5,000 00 



38,188 25 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

300 CO 

2,160 00 

13,257 .00 

355 20 
2,860 00 
1,50L 00 



20,433 20 



1,615 62 
1,498 16 
3,079 88 
1,440 00 



19,538 02 



9,827 00 
8,950 00 
2,788 50 
1,009 50 
2,996 50 
773 00 



4,994 04 



31,338 54 



be 
eS 



114 
114 
114 
115 
115 
115 



115 
116 
116 
117 
117 



121 
12* 
122 
122 
122 
123 
123 
125 



Grant 

not used. 



$ cts. 

1,140 00 
516 00 
644 80 
140 00 



2,440 80 



2,595 64 
284 38 

501 84 

920 12 

2,560 00 



6,861 98 



398 00 
5,202 50 
195 00 
520 50 
158 50 
177 00 
192 25 
5 96 

6,849 71 



Grant 

exceeded. 



$ eta. 



These accounts have been examined under my directions, and are 
correct. 

J, L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

R Hatter. 



3-3J* 



36 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Arts, Agriculture and Statistics. 



Archives 

do brought forward from 1883-84 

Patent Record 

Criminal Statistics 

do brought forward from 1883-84... 

Census 

do expenditure to Sept. 30, '84, from balance 

of 1883-84 

Dominion Exhibitions , , 

Health Statistics 

do expenditure to Sept. 30, 1884, from 

balance of 1883-84 

Agricultural and Industrial Statistics in Manitoba 

and North-West Territories 

C. 0. Chipman, special services in London 

K. H. St. Denis, special services in compilation 

(Supplementary grant) 

Antwerp Exhibition, 1885, and London Exhibition, 
1886 (Supplementary grant) 

Hegistrations of marriages, baptisms and burials 
in the Province of Quebec (authorized by 
Statute), estimate „ 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

6,000 00 

393 23 

9,500 00 

4,000 00 

374 37 

30,000 00 

1,543 25 

10,000 00 
15,000 00 

2,464 35 

20,000 00 
233 33 

385 00 

40 000 00 



139,893 53 



950 00 



Expenditure 



j$ cts 

11,098 48 

13,147 47 

4,323 87 

5,059 44 
9,894 03 
7,972 23 



10,515 44 
400 04 



28,198 60 
90,609 60 

772 00 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



50 50 

26,483 81 

105 97 

9,492 12 

9,484 56 



385 00 
11.801 40 
49,283 93 

178 00 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 

4,705 25- 
3,647 47 



166 71 



Votes 48 of 1884, and — of 1885. (" Hansard," 1884, pages 1088 to 1095 ; 1885, pages 
See part ii, page 138 ; Public Accounts, pages 114 and 115. 

Explanations by Department of Agriculture : — 

(a) The over-expenditure arose from the large amount of binding, which was charged to the last 
fiscal year from the Queen's Printer's accounts, instead of being carried forwaid to the present fiscal 
year, as was anticipated. (6) The over-expenditure arose from the fact of the number of patents issued 
during the year being more than estimated ; and it may be pointed out that such increase implies a 
specific increase of revenue from the fees paid on every patent, (c) The items of expenditure less than 
the Estimates aroae from the fact of the administration ordered by the Minister of Agriculture not 
equalling the amount of such Estimates, (i) This amount was not foreseen, but will be placed in the 
Supplementary Estimates for the current fiscal year. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions, and 
is correct. 

J. L, McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. B. Lynch, 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



37 



Immigration. 



Salaries of Immigration ^ gents and employees 

do in London, Eng., office. 

do of Agents in Europe 

Contingencies of Canadian and other Agen- 
cies (not European) 

Travelling expenses of Agents in Europe 

Assisting Immigration, and Immigration ex- 
penses 

Aid to Montreal Women's Protection Society 

Brought forward from 1883-84 



Vote 49 of 1884; "Hansard," pages 1063, 1404, 
1464 ; Public Accounts, page 145. 



Grant. 


$ Ct£. 


25,675 00 
6,500 00 
6,900 00 


30,000 00 
7,300 00 


450,000 00 

1,000 00 

19,065 36 


546,440 36 



Expenditure 


u 

03 
Oi 

.2 
p • 

bOHH 

Cm 


$ cts. 


30,652 38 

6,679 09 

10,089 46 


142 

143 
143 


29,845 03 
17,565 18 


143 
144 


328,029 76 
1,000 00 


145 
155 






423,860 90 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



154 97 



121,970 24 
19,065 36 



122,579 46 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 

4,977 38 

179 m 

3,189 46 



10,265 18 



/ 



Explanations given to Auditor-General by Department of Agriculture : — 

a- The vote under this head, as stated in your account, was $25,675, the items comprising it being 
specific ; and as respects these there has been no over-expenditure. On the contrary, there is an un- 
expended balance of $1,499.58, as follows :— Halifax, $50 unexpended, owing to the death of the late 
Agent ; North- West Territories, $1,400, not expended ; and $49.58 not expended fo* the Interpreter at 
Winnipeg, owing to his retirement after 11 months' service. $4,977.38, classed by you a? being over- 
expended on the vote referred to, was expenditure for the payment of temporary employees at the 
several stations, not estimated in this vote for the reason that their services were held by the Minister 
to be temporary, and therefore, by his direction, classed as belonging to general expenditure, and this 
service was estimated under the head of " Immigration Expenses." b This arose from a re-arrange- 
ment of the staff and extra services required by the High Commifsioner. c. The account you have 
furnished makes the expenditure on this head $3,189.46 more than estimated, while the actual expendi- 
ture under the classification on which the vote wa3 tnkei shows an amount of $140 68 less than the 
estimate, arising from the expenditure of only part of the estimate for Germany and Scandinavia. 
The difference between your statement and that of the Department arises from the fact that you have 
classed payments for services ot temporary Agents with the salaries of the regular Agents, for which 
the* vote was taken. Such temporary services were held to form a part of the estimate under the head 
of " Immigration Expenses." d. Your account, showing $154.97 less than estimated, indicates the 
nearness to accuracy of this estimate, e. Your account shows an expenditure of $10,265. 18 more than 
estimated under this head. The actual expenditure of the Department was simply for expenses of 5 
regular Agents, at an aggregate of $4 a day for each, and this amount has not been exceeded. The 
numerous and diverse items placed in your accounts under this head, which go to make up the differ- 
ence more than estimated, as stated by you, were estimated by the Minister under the head of 
"Immigration Expenses." /. This arose from the fact of the volume of immigration being less than 
anticipated, and being therefore accompanied by diminished expenditure. The items of over-expendi- 
ture under thj preceding heads of your account* were, with the single exception of salaries in the 
London office, as above explained, estimated by the Minister of Agriculture under this head as properly 
belonging to it ; and certainly there can be no question as to the absolute propriety of such items of 
expenditure uuder such classification. — John Lowe, Secretary. 

Note. — A refund of $19.61, subscriptions to Institutes, was made by Sir Charles Tupper after the 
accounts were closed and will be found under •' Casual Revenue, 1885-86." 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. B. Lynch. 



38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



Quarantine. 



Medical Inspection, Quebec 
Quarantine, Urosse Isle 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



St. John, N.B 

Pictou, N.S 

Halifax, N.S ........ 

Charlotte town, P.E.I 

Victoria, BC 

Sydney, N.S 

Tracadie Lazaretto 

Measures for Public Health- 
Public Health 

Immigrant patients in Winnipeg and St. 

Boniface Hospitals 

Extirpating sheep scab in part of Pro- 
vince of Quebec 

Inspection of cattle entering N.W.T. at 
Forts Walsn and Macleod, being amount 
of fees collected for such purpose.. .. 

Cattle Quarantine, Levis. 

do West 

do Halifax „ 

do P. E. Island 

Pictou Cattle Disease 



Grant. 



Totes 50, of 1884, and — , of 1885. ("Han- 
sard," 1884, page 1010; Public Accounts, 
page 152) 



$ cts. 
1,600 90 
9,560 00 
2,600 00 

800 00 
3,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,900 00 
1,400 00 
3,200 00 

5,000 00 

15,000 00 

10,000 00 



847 88 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 



Expenditure 



5,000 00 



74,313 88 



$ cts. 

1,600 00 

15,240 02 

2,167 69 

955 00 
2,747 43 
1,020 00 
1,639 57 
1,257 86 
3,225 00 

16,219 31 

14,739 60 

7,033 94 



540 10 
10,751 84 

1,464 39 
271 92 
151 62 

1,521 82 



82,547 11 



156 
156 
156 
156 
156 
156 
156 
156 
157 

157 

157 

158 



159 
158 
159 
159 
159 
159 

159 



Grant 
not used, 



$ cts. 



432 31 



652 57 



260 43 
142 14 



260 40 
2,966 06 

307 78 
/ 

1,535 61 
4,728 08 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 
5,674 02 
155 00 
20 0O 

25 00 
11,219 31 



3,478 18 



5,751 84 
151 62 



8,233 23 



Receipts from fees for inspection of cattle entering the North-West Territories $406 80 

Explanations given to Auditor-General by Department of Agriculture :— a. The 
following items were not foreseen : $4,600 fOr a steamer for the Inspection Service, in 
view of the possible advent of cholera ; $208 for engineer ; $ 175 for cook and contin- 
gencies, and $ i40 for extra steamboat service, b. The amount estimated lor contingen- 
cies was not used. c. Caused by boat service for the special inspection of vessels, under 
a proclamation for preventive measures against choleia. d. Caused by a payment 
of arrears lor fuel, the indebtedness lor which was incurred before the fit-cal year in 
question, e. The post of Steward was filled for only part of the year. /. The 
Chaplain's nalary for June of the previous year. g. Under the grouping you have 
made for u E > ublic Health," including "Cattle Quarantine," your classification is so 
different from that of the Department that an explanation ot the differences could only 
be made by placing the entries as they are in the books of the Department. It will, 
therefore, probably meet the object of your letter to explain the difference between 
the whole expenditure and vote, or $8,233.2H, which arose under these sub-hoads: 
h. At Point Levis the expenditure for the Cattle Quarantine was $2,960 more than 
the estimate, owing to the number of animals arriving for quarantine being mucn 
larger than anticipated. No estimate was taken for the expenses of the Montreal 
Cattle Quarantine, which were exceptional thi^ year, amounting to $2,906.71. There 
were expenses at Emerson Cattle QuarantiLe, lor repairs of buildings, fences, and 
expenses of maintenance not estimated or foreseen, amounting to $6,h06.92. I think it 
is better to call attention to one item in your statement, $4,9i 0, grouped under the 
head ot "J. A. Couture, outlay for labor, feed and travelling expenses," and to say 
that no expenditure is incurred for "feed" either at Levis or any other Cattle 
Quarantine, the Minister having made a regulation to the effect that the cost of all 
feed should be paid by the owners of cattle. Such items of feed as may appear in 
the accounts will be found to be rather more then covered by the relunds. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

Examined, J. L. McDOUGALL, 

J. E. Lynch. Auditor-General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 



3fr 



Pensions under Supply Kills. 



N§w Militia Pensions :— 

Mrs. Caroline McEachern 

Janet Anderson 

Margaret McKenzie 

Mary Ana Richey 

Mary Morrison 

Louise Prud'homme - 

Virginie Charron and one child 

Paul M. Robins 

Charles T Bell 

Alex. Oliphant 

Charles l-ugsden 

Thomas Charters 

Charles T. Robertson 

Percy G. Ronth 

Richard S. King 

George A. McKenzie 

Edwin Hilder 

Fergus Schofield 

John Bradley 

James Bryan 

Ensign W. Fahey 

Mary Hodgins and three children 

John Martin 

Mrs. J. Thorburn .. 

Mrs. P. T. Worthington and one child 

Mrs. J. H. Elliott and one child 

Mrs. Geo. Prentice and three children 

Mary Hannah Tempest and child .. 

T. Robinson , 

Total, New Militia Pensions 

Veterans of War of 1812 

Compensation to pensioners in lieu of land- 
John Bright, Messenger, House of Assembly 
Lady Cartier 



Totes 51 to 54 of 1884, " Hansard," pages 1016 and 
1017 ; part ii of this Report, page 164, 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

184 00 
110 00 

80 00 
240 00 

80 00 
110 00 
120 00 
146 40 

73 20 

109 80 
91 60 
91 50 

110 00 
400 00 
400 00 

73 20 
146 40 

73 20 
109 80 

109 80 
200 00 
191 00 

110 00 
150 00 
250 00 
120 00 
352 00 
298 00 

50 00 

4,579 80 

18,000 00 

5,120 00 

80 00 

1,200 00 



28,979 80 



Expenditure 



% cts. 

184 00 
110 00 

80 00 
240 00 

80 00 
110 00 
110 00 
146 40 

73 20 

109 80 
91 50 
91 50 

110 00 
400 00 
400 00 

73 20 
171 20 

73 20 
109 80 
109 80 
200 00 
191 00 



150 00 
250 00 
116 67 
328 00 
298 00 
60 00 



4,457 27 

14,070 00 

2,642 60 

80 (0 

1,200 00 

22,449 87 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



10 00 



110 00 



3 33 

24 00 



122 53 
3,930 00 
2,477 40 



6,529 93 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts, 



24 80 



a. Child estimated for. now over age. b. Died March 3, 1885 ; 62 days pension due, from Jan. 1, 
1885. c. Difference caused by death of pensioners. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. W. Reid. 



J. L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 



40 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Pensions Authorized by Statute. 



Pensions to Judges: — 

Supreme Court:— 

Hon. Sir W. B. Richards. 
J. T. Taschereau 



Ontario : — 

Hon. J. M. Lauder 

G. M. Boswell ... 
J. R. Gowan..... 
J. G. Stevenson, 



Quebec : — 

Hon. A. Lafontaine. 

T. J. J. Loranger. 

P. Winter 

W. Badgely 

J. A. Berthelot 

A. Polette 

R. McKay , 

W. C. Meredith.... 



Nova Scotia : — 

Hon. L. M. Wilkins , 

Sir Wm. Young ... 
W. F. DesBarres-. 
J. W. Ritchie 



New Brunswick : — 
Hon. E. Williston. 



Mi seel Ian eons Pensions :- 

Noua Scotia : — 

Hon. H. W. Crawley. 



British Columbia: — 
Capt. P. J. Hankin. 
A. F. Pemberton.... 

H. M. Ball 

E. H. Sanders 

W. H. Spalding 

P. O'Reilly 



Militia Pensions : — 

War of 1812, Upper Canada 

do Lower Canada 

Military Asylum Pensions, Quebec. 

Superannuation : — 

Allowances to former employees.... 



See part ii of this Report, page 163. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



5,333 33 
4,666 66 



1,600 00 
1,866 60 
1,866 60 



2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,333 33 
3,333 34 
3,333 34 
2,666 66 
3,333 34 



2,666 66 
3,733 32 
2,666 64 
3,333 34 



1,733 28 



2,595 56 
1,622 16 
2,266 56 
1,999 92 
1,622 16 



61,106 12 

5,120 00 
360 00 
600 00 



200,000 00 



Expenditure 



267,186 12 



$ cts 



5,333 28 
4,666 56 



1,599 96 
1,866 60 
1,866 60 
1,599 96 



43 10 
2,666 64 
2,333 28 
3,333 24 
3,333 24 
2,666 64 
3,333 24 
2,999 97 



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J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

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51 



Public Buildings— Maritime Provinces: 



Nova Scotia. 



Amherst 

Arichat, site 

Baddeck r 

Halifax 

North Sydney 

Sydney Quarantine 

do supplementary 

do Post Office 

New Glasgow 

Pictou Marine Hospital 

Truro , 

"Windsor 

Yarmouth 

Balance from 1883-84, used before Sept. 30, 1884. 



Prince Edward Island. 



Charlottetown 

Montague 

Summerside 

Balance from 1883-84, used to September 30, 1884. 



New Brunswick. 



Bathurst 

Carleton , 

Dorchester Penitentiary 

Moncton - 

Newcastle 

do supplementary ., 

St. John Marine Hospital 

St. Stephen 

Sussex , 

Woodstock 

Balance from 1883-84, used to September 30, 1884 



Public Accounts, pages 291, 292 and 294. 





Grant. 


$ cts. 


10,000 00 


10,000 00 


4,000 00 


9,000 00 


7,500 00 


2,500 00 


500 00 


5,000 00 


10,000 00 


550 00 


17,000 00 


11,000 00 


10,000 00 


13,537 30 


110,587 30 


30,000 00 


12,500 00 


7,771 50 


50,271 50 


6,000 00 


6,000 00 


25,000 00 


20,000 00 


7,000 00 


3,000 00 


12,000 00 


7,000 00 


12,000 00 


13,669 04 


111,669 04 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

12,995 23 

151 82 

1.133 35 

6,694 82 

1,908 63 

473 00 



13,991 04 

763 38 

13,752 65 

15,638 91 

112 49 



7,633 72 

800 00 

12,752 89 



21,186 61 



1,189 25 

2,967 25 

33,894 69 

17,662 92 

11,814 99 

13,809 36 

205 48 

36 00 

9,005 63 



90,585 57 



247 



248 



GraDt 
not ueed. 



$ cts. 



9,848 18 
2,866 65 
2,305 18 
5,591 37 

2,527 00 

5,000 00 



3,247 35 



9,887 51 
13,537 30 



42,971 98 



22,366 28 



7,771 50 



29,084 89 



4,810 75 
3,032 75 



2,337 08 
'6,794 52* 



2,994 37 
13,669 04 



21,083 47 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts 
2,995 23 



3,991 04 
213 38 

4,638 91 



800 00 
252 89 



8,894 69 

1,814 99 
1,809 36 

36 00 



a. Carried to 1885-86. b. Work proceeded with more rapidly than anticipated, c. Cost of work 
in excess of estimate, d. There was a balance of $5,000 from 1883-84, of which $800 was used for the 
site, and the balance lapsed. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

A uditor- General. 



3— 4J* 



52 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 183 1-5» 



Public Buildings— Quebec. 



Chicoutimi Marine Hospital 

Supplementary vote 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station , 

Supplementary vote ;. 

Hull Public Building 

Levis Immigrant Buildings 

Montreal Cusiom House 

do Drill Shed and Armories 

Supplementary vote 

do Dominion Buildings — Improvements 

do Immigrant Buildings 

do Examining Warehouse 

Supplementary vote 

do Post Office 

do Assistant Receiver-General's Office 

Quebec Citadel . 

do Dominion Buildings 

do Queen's Wharf Buildings 

do Examining Warehouse 

do Military Buildings and Drill Shed 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

Sherbrooke Public Buildings 

Sorel Public Buildings 

Three Rivers — Conversion ofCuston House into 

Post Office.. 

Balance from 1883-84, used to Sept. 30, 1884. 



Votes 104 and 320 of 1884 ; 251 of 1885 ; " Han- 
sard," 1884, pages 1193 and 1605; 1885, page 
3480 ; Public Accounts, page 298. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,700 00 
1,350 00 



3,300 00 

4,000 00 

15,000 00 

6C0 00 

27,000 00 

13,000 00 

4,000 00 

15,000 00 

28,000 00 

7.000 00 

5,000 00 

2,650 00 



2,400 00 

6C0 00 

30,000 00 

15,000 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 



5,756 22 



1,938 55 

150 00 

1,784 09 

1,983 38 

51,590 80 

5,948 70 



44,200 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 

3,550 00 
59,766 10 


315,116 10 



65,129 70 

5,402 61 
2,667 87 
4,681 11 
1,365 81 

iiim'Si 

22,387 10 
28,037 90 
17,420 79 
13,237 64 

8,008 46 



265,369 38 



253 



253 
253 
253 
253 

253 

254 



254 

255 
255 
256 
256 

256 

256 
257 
258 
259 

259 



Grant 
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$ cts 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



c 706122 



1,361 45 
3,850 00 
13,215 91 



15,000 00 



c 

c 

d 

1,034 19 
600 00 

2,121 35 

b 

16,162 10 

2,579 21 
b 



b 

59,766 10 



49,746 72 



1,383 38 

11,590 80 

1,948 70- 

30,129 70 

402 61 

17 87 

4,681 11 



7,387 10 

3,237 64 
4,458 46: 



a. Carried to 1885-86. b. Work proceeded with more rapidly than anticipated when appropria 
tion was asked, c. Cost of work in excess of estimate, d. Work done in exeess of what was origin 
ally intended. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Baldeeson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



55 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 



Amherstburg Public Building 

Barrie Post Office ^ 

Belleville Public Building 

Berlin Public Building 

Brockville Public Building 

Chatham Public Building 

Clifton Post Office 

Supplementary yote 

Cobourg Public Building 

Supplementary vote 

Cornwall Public Building ....~ 

Supplementary vote 

Gananoque Custom House 

Gait Public Building 

Guelph Custom House , 

Hamilton Post Office and Custom House 

Hamilton Immigrant Station 

Kingston Penitentiary , 

Kingston Post Office 

London Custom House , 

London Immigration Building (supplementary)... 

Orangeville Post Office 

Ottawa Geological Museum 

Ottawa Post Office 

Peterborough Post Office 

Port Hope Post Office 

Prescott Post Office 

Stratford Public Building 

St. Catharines Post Office 

Sarnia Immigrant Station 

Toronto Custom House , 

St. Thomas Post Office 

Toronto Examining Warehouse 

Supplementary vote , 

Toronto Post Office 

Supplementary vote « 

Toronto Immigrant Station 

Toronto Dominion Buildings 

Balance from 1883-84, used to 30th Sept., 1884 

Votes 105 and 321 of 1884; 251 of 1885; " Han- 
sard," 1881, pages 1193 and 1605 ; 1885, page 
3481 ; Public Accounts, page 304. 



Grant. 



$ cts, 
ie,ooo oo 

16,000 oo 

2,200 00 

15,000 00 

22,500 00 

15,000 00 

12,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

60,000 00 

620 00 

8,000 00 

3,500 00 

10,000 00 

150 00 

6,000 00 

3,500 00 

3,000 00 

7,000 00 

15,000 00 

8,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,200 00 

1,050 00 

1,600 00 

15,000 00 

25,000 00 

8,500 00 

3,450 00 

495 00 

420 00 

1,000 00 

10,093 35 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

14,698 75 
14,924 01 

1,893 93 
16,530 63 
17,033 92 

9,510 30 

J 18,467 24 
} 5,178 37 

1 15,373 68 

1,701 89 

2,427 10 

47 95 

70,093 52 



255 89 
823 53 



937 81 
2,280 87 
2,67i 82 



12,140 67 



1,810 19 
1,584 80 



327,778 35 



124 91 
14,454 92 

33,702 61 

5,164 00 

246 45 
1,379 60 



275,755 10 



260 
260 
260 
260 
260 
261 

261 
261 

262 

262 

262 
263 
263 

'263 
264 
264 



264 
264 
265 



265 



266 



266 
266 

267 

267 

267 

267 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts 

1,301 25 

1,075 99 

306 07 

b 

5,466 08 
5,489 70 



298 11 
7,572 90 

952 05 
b 

620 00 



3,244 11 
9,176 47 

150 00 
5,072 19 
1,219 13 

328 18 
7,000 00 
2,859 33 
8,000 00 

689 81 

615 20 
1,050 00 
1,475 09 

545 08 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ eta. 



1,530 6$ 

3,967 24 

178 37 

2,873 63 

10,093 52 
2,305 74 



2112 61 



,d 1,219 00 

173 55 

379 6G 



10,093 35 



52,023 25 



a. Carried to 1885-86. b. Work proceeded with more rapidly than anticipated when appropriation 
was asked, c. Cost of work in excess of estimate, d. Work done in excess of what was originally 
intended. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is corrects 

J. L. McDOUGtALL, 

Auditor- General, 
Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings. 



[snitoha :— 

Brandon Immigrant Shed 

Manitoba Penitentiary 

Winnipeg Drill Shed 

Winnipeg — Lieutenant-Governor' s 

Residence 

Supplementary vote 



Winnipeg Custom House. 
Supplementary vote 



Winnipeg Parliament Buildings ... 
Powder Magazine — 

Supplementary vote 

Winnipeg Post Office 

Winnipeg Immigrant Station 

Balance from 1883-84 used to 30th 

Sept., 1884 



Worth- West Territories :— 

Buildings Generally, N.W.T 

Dominion Lunatic Asylum or 

Hospital 

Medicine Hat Immigrant Shed — 

Supplementary vote 

Calgary Immigrant Shed — 

Supplementary vote ,..., 

New jails and lock-ups 

Qu'Appelle Immigrant Station.... 



Details. 



cts. 



7,500 00 
2,000 00 



1,000 00 
600 00 



Grant. 



$ cts 

1,000 00 

40,000 00 

8,000 00 



9,500 00 



1,600 00 
12,000 00 

2,756 95 

40,000 00 

300 00 

26,291 56 



141,448 51 



5,000 00 

16,000 00 

8,500 00 

7,000 00 

10,000 00 

350 00 



40,850 00 





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$ eta. 


$ cts. 


1,013 04 


269 


c 


31,077 05 
8,000 00 


'*270 


8,922 95 


8,571 10 


271 


928 90 


1,295 73 
19,468 51 


271 
272 

"273 


304 27 
, b 


2,820 00 
64,821 12 


c 

b 


300 00 
26,291 56 








374 


137,066 55 


4,381 96 


t 8,333 56 
4,360 00 




274 


5,640 00 


5,749 98 


275 


2,750 02 


4.884 55 


275 


2,115 45 


9,045 93 
350 06 


275 
275 


954 07 
e 






32,724 08 




8,125 92 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts 
13 04 



7,468 51 

63 05 
24,821 12 



3,333 56 



06 



a. This balance was more than covered by a eum claimed as a re vote in 1885-86, and is, therefore,, 
not carried forward, b. Work proceeded with more rapidly than anticipated, c. Cost of work in 
excess of estimate, d. Carried to 1885-86. 

Note by the Auditor-General —In the Public Accounts, part ii, page 307, the expenditure for Indus- 
trial Schools is published under the head of Public Buildings, N.W.T., but as the appropriation was 
voted under Indians, and only transferred to Public Works Department for its more convenient outlay, 
the expenditure is shown by this office where the vote was taken. 

t $240.26, charged here for repairs to Indian Office at Battleford, is published in the Public Ac- 
counts under the head ot " Indians, Industrial Schools." 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. H. Balderson 



APPROPBIATION ACOOITNTS. 



55 



Public Buildings. 



British Columbia :— 

Nanaimo Post Office 

British Columbia Penitentiary, New West- 
minster 

Supplementary vote 

New Westminster Post Office, Supplementary 

vote 

Vancouver Quarantine Station 

Supplementary vote 

Victoria Dominion Building, Supplementary 

vote r....... 

Victoria Immigrant Building, Supplementary 

vote... 

Balances from 1883-84, used to 30th Sept., 1884 



Generally :— 

Public Buildings generally. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,500 00 

15,000 00 
5,000 00 

258 58 
7,500 00 
1,100 00 

3,000 00 

8,000 00 
3,278 88 

46,637 46 

15,000 00 



Expenditure 


t-. 
a 

tea 


1 

Grant 
not used. 


$ cts 
3,510 74 


276 


$ cts. 
b 


J 22,392 48 
268 50 


b 


277 


b 


J 8,119 98 


480 02 

3,000 00 

8,000 00 
3,278 88 














34,291 70 
16,119 18 


12,345 76 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 
10 74 

2,392 48 

9 92 



1,119 18 



a. Carried to 1885-86. b. Work done in excess of what was originally intended. 

This account has been examined under my directions and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 
Examined, 

J. H. Baldekson. 



56 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S ACCOUNTS, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings— Income. 



Repairs, Seating and Furniture: — 

Repairs, heating and furniture , 

Supplementary vote 

Grounds at Ottawa » 

Removing snow, Public Buildings, Ottawa 

Heating Public Buildings, Ottawa 

Gas, Public Buildings, Ottawa 

Water (supplied by Ottawa Corporation)..., 
Supplementary vote , •. , 

Fuel and light, Rideau Hall , 

Engineers, Firemen and Caretakers 

Heating Dominion Buildings 

Telephone service, Ottawa 

Renewals, Ottawa Public Buildings 



Votes 110 and 324 of 1884 ; 256 and 257 of 1885 ; 
" Hansard," 1884, pages 1198 and 1605 ; Pub- 
lic Accounts, page 319. 



Grant. 


$ cts. 


175,000 00 


783 50 


7,500 00 


2,000 00 


53,000 00 


22,000 00 


13,000 00 


3,013 00 


8,000 00 


31,000 00 


31,300 00 


6,000 00 


3,500 00 


356,096 50 









<e 




CL, 




a 


Expenditure 


<x> . 




o8 — 




Q- 


$ cts. 


1 168,934 47 


292 


10,958 26 


293 


1,247 08 


293 


50,334 62 


293 


16,077 60 


294 


| 12,269 13 
8,000 00 


294 




25,422 24 


295 


31,773 76 


296 


1,841 35 


300 


___ 




326,858 51 


300 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

6,849 03 

c 

752 92 
2,665 38 
5,922 40 

3,743 87 



5,577 76 
c 

4,158 65 
3,500 00 



Grant 
exceeded. 



29,237 99 



$ cts. 



3,458 26 



473 76 



a. Carried to 1885-6. c. Cost of work in excess of eetimate. 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 
J. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



APPROPKIATION ACCOUNTS. 



57 



Harbor** and Rivers. 



Kova Scotia. 



Benacadie Pond 

Boularderie Wharf. 

Cheverie 

Supplementary vote 

Chipmau's tirook 

Coffin's Island 

Cow Bay 

Supplementary vote 

Five Islands ... 

Digby Pier, 

Great Village River 

Harborville 

Mabou 

Ogilvie Whaif v 

Port Hood 

Oyster Pond 

Three Fathom Harbor 

Tracadie Pond .%. 

Supplementary vote 

Tusket Wedge 

Margaretville 

Petite Riviere 

Port Greville 

i ; Balance from 1883-84, used to Sept. 30, 1884.. .. 



Votes 111, 325 and 363 of 1884; 258 of 1885; 
"Hansard," 1884, pages 1218, 1605, 1608; 
Public Accounts, page 321. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,178 98 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,300 00 
2,500 00 
1,500 00 
3,250 00 
1,000 00 
1,500 00 
3,000 00 
8,000 00 



600 00 
2,750 00 
600 00 
850 00 
1,500 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
5,483 15 



56,012 13 



Expenditure 


*9 

fm 

36 

Ph 

.s 

<D 
b0 
e3 

cu 

301 

301 

301 

301 
302 

302 

302 
302 
303 
303 
303 
303 
304 
304 
305 

305 

305 


Grant 
not used. 


$ cts. 

1,500 00 
2,000 00 

} 8,304 43 

949 78 
994 70 

J 7,107 54 

2.499 91 
1,752 21 

850 00 
1,000 00 

1.500 00 
2,982 01 
5,116 80 

527 49 
597 22 

t 2,748 68 

849 98 


$ cts. 

50 22 
5 30 


06 

'2,400 00* 

17 99 
2,883 20 

""2 "73' 

601 32 

02 
1,500 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
5,483 15 






• 












41,280 78 


14,731 35 



Grant 
exceeded. 



Prince Edward Island. 

Breakwaters and Piers taken over from Prince 
Edward Island Government 

Tignish Harbor 

South River, Murray Harbor 

SSt. Peter's Bay «. 

Victoria Breakwater, Wood Island 

To pay Government of Prince Edward Island in 
settlemeut of their claims for the construction 
and maintenance of Wharves and Piers on 

the Island, Supplementary Estimates 

Balance from 1883-84, used up to Sept. 30, 1884. 



Votes 112 and 326 cf 1884 ; 259 of 1885 : " Han- 
sard," 1884, pages 1220, 1443, 1605 ; Public 
Accounts, page 321. 



12,000 00 
4,000 00 
1,250 00 
3,000 00 



53,222 19 
867 90 



74,340 09 



8,569 91 
102 70 



867 90 



53,222 19 



62,762 70 



250 


3,430 09 


250 


3,897 30 


250 


1,250 00 


230 


3,000 00 


250 






867 90 




11,577 39 



This account has been examined under mv directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Baldeeson. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor- GeneraL 



53 



AUDITOR OENERAL'8 REPORT, 1884-5. 



Harbors and Rivers. 



New Brunswick. 

Anderson's Hollow 

Buctouche 

Supplementary vote 

Caraquet 

Hopewell Cape 

Madawaska River 

Mispec Breakwater 

Supplementary vote 

Kichibucto Breakwater .. , 

St John Harbor, Negro Point 

Biver St. John, Riviere des Chutes to Bear Island 
do Bear Island to F/edericton - 

West Isles : 

Biver Tobique and River St. John, above Grand 
Falls 

Extended railway wharf accommodation at Carl- 
ton, St. John, N.B 

Balance rrom 1883-84, used to Sept. 30th, 1884. 

Votes 113 and 327 of 1884; 260 of 1885; "Han- 
sard," 1884, pages 1221 and 1605 ; Public Ac- 
counts, page 323. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

655 00 

500 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

2,650 00 

3,300 00 

40,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,174 79 



75,879 79 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

921 49 

1,655 00 

211 50 
311 41 
600 00 

6,742 50 

3,300 00 

18,023 45 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

3,087 50 



38,452 85 



Maritime Provinces Generally. 



Maritime Provinces Generally. 
Supplementary estimate ... 



Manitoba. 

General improvements to Rivers, Manitoba. 
Waterhen River 



Eor tit* "West Territories. 

Saskatchewan River 



Britisb Columbia. 

General improvements, British Columbia.. 

Oowichan and Kootenay Rivers 

Fraser River and Cottonwood Canyon 

Serpentine River 

Victoria Harbor 



Generally. 

Harbors and Rivers Generally 

Votes 114, 117, 118, 119, 330, 331, 332 of 1884; 261 
of 1885; "Hansard," 1884, pages 1606, 1616: 
Public Accounts, pages 323, 333, 334. 



10,000 00 
1,500 00 



1,000 00 
10,000 00 




2,000 00 
650 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,500 00 



11,150 00 



6,000 00 



9,841 94 



1,003 60 
9,816 68 



10,820 28 



6,567 00 



999 63 

708 04 

4,802 74 

45 50 

8 25 



6,564 16 



307 

307 

307 
307 
307 

307 

307 
308 
308 
308 
309 



309 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
1,078 51 



288 50 

3,688 59 

400 00 



21,976 55 



10,000 00 
1,174 79 



37,426 94 



Grant 
exceeded. 



310 

330 

330 

330 

331 
331 
3*1 
331 
331 

331 


1,658 06 




183 32 


179 72 


3,433 00 


1,000 37 

""l97 26 

954 50 

2,491 75 


4,585 84 


392 82 



$ eta. 



1,092 50 



87 50 



58 04 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

Examined, J. L. McDOUaALL, 

J. H. Balderson. Auditor- General 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



59T 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Quebec. 

General repairs and improvements , 

Supplementary vote 

Bagotvi lie Pier 

BaieSt. Paul 

Barachois de Malbaie and Newport River 

Berthier en Bas Pier 

Supplementary vote 

Chateau Richer , 

BicPier 

Supplementary vote 

Chenal du Moine Pier 

Supplementary vote 

Etang du Nord 

He aux Grues Pier 

Supplementary vote 

Lanoraie Pier.., 

Supplementary vote 

Les Eboulements Pier 

New Carlisle., 

Pointe aux Orignaux 

Queen's Wharf, Quebec 

Supplementary vote 

Quebec Marine Hospital Wharves 

Biviere du Lievre 

River Nicolet (Harbor of Refuge) 

St. Lawrence (removing chains and anchors) ... 

Supplementary vote 

River St. Louis. 

Saguenay (channel below Chicoutimi) 

Riviere du Loup (en bas) 

River Yamaska 

Supplementary vote 

Riviere Bras, St. Nicholas 

Riviere Noire 

River Ottawa (between Bristol and Clarendon). 
Bault aux Cochons. 

Supplementary vote 

Ste. Anne de Bellevue 

Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere 

Ste. Anne de Sorel , 

St. Jean (Isle d' Orleans) .'. 

St. Francois (Isle d' Orleans) 

St. Zotique Pier 

Trois Pistoles Pier 

Longue Pointe and Boucherville Perry 

Port Daniel 

Perce 

Balance from 1883-84, used to Sept. 30th 1884.. 



Votes 115 and 328 of 1884; 262 of 1885; " Han- 
sard, "1884, pages 1222, 1223, 1606; Public 
Accounts, page 328. 



Grant. 



$ cts 

10,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,500 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,500 00 
6,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,500 00 
5,000 00 



1,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
817 62 
2,200 00 
8,000 00 
1,500 00 
4,000 00 
5,250 00 
1,500 00 
6,000 00 
9,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,502 07 
5,000 00 
4,500 00 
14,000 00 
15,000 00 
9,544 80 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
3,000 00 



4,000 00 
4,750 00 
3,400 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
1,250 00 
1,750 00 
500 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
20,241 15 

218,105 64 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

11,843 90 

4,688 55 

4,958 78 

609 31 

10,492 90 

2,952 37 

9,888 67 



7 20 
6,000 00 

8,702 54 

4,823 86 

2,198 56 
8,398 33 
1,699 25 

13,073 12 

1,650 14 

216 01 

17,116 28 

7,051 45 

4,853 30 

4,494 61 

14,060 76 

34,230 27 

1,220 66 

999 93 

2,707 73 



4,029 61 
298 90 
3,399 97 
1,176 53 
8,183 46 
4,148 80 
1,290 31 
1,741 19 



203,199 25 



315 

315 
315 
315 

315 

315 

316 



316 
316 

316 



316 

316 
317 

317 

317 

317 
317 
318 

318 

318 
318 
319 

319 

319 

320 
320 



320 
320 
320 
321 
321 
321 
321 
321 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
2,156 10 



41 22 

390 69 

507 10 
47 63 



992 80 
297 46 

1 44 



5,783 99 



146 70 
5 39 



07 
292 27 



4,451 10 

03 

23 47 



8 81 

50 00 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

20,241 15 



14,906 39 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts, 
1,180 55 

2,388 67 



6 24 

398 33 
199 25 

3,823 12 

150 14 

8,116 28 
549 38 



60 76 

9,685 47 

20 66 



29 61 



5,183 46 

148 80 

40 31 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUOALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

J. H. Balderson. 



60 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Ontario. 

Bayfield 

Cobourg 

Kincardine. 

Collingwood .- , 

Kingsville 

Kingston 

Little Unrrent 

Lion's Head 

Little Bear Creek 

L'Orignal Wharf 

Meaford 

Morpeth 

Owen Sound 

Port Albert 

River Ottawa (improvement of Channel above 

Pembroke) 

River Ottawa (improvement between Mattawa 

and Temiscamingue) 

Port Elgin , 

Port Hope 

Rondeau 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Southampton. 

Supplementary vote 

Sydenham 

Thornbury , 

Toronto 

Supplementary vote 

Wilson s Channel 

Midland 

General Repairs 



Votes 116, 329 and 364 of 1884 ; 263 of 1885 ; " Han- 
sard," 1884, pages 1223, 1606, 1608; 1885, 
pages 3481, 3531 ; Public Accounts, page 333. 



Grant. 


$ cts. 


4,000 00 


24,000 00 


3,000 00 


24,000 00 


24,000 00 


7,000 00 


10,000 00 


5,000 00 


2,500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


12,000 00 


10,000 00 


1,000 00 


2,000 00 


5,000 00 


5,000 00 


7,500 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


7,500 00 


3,000 00 


2,500 00 


1,000 00 


65,000 00 


50,000 00 


5,000 00 


10,000 00 


8,000 00 


310,000 00 



Expenditure 


M 

03 
Oh 
a 

<D . 
bflt-i 
o3 ^ 
Oh 

322 
323 
323 
324 
3i4 
325 
325 
325 
326 
326 
326 
326 
326 
326 

327 

327 
328 
328 
328 
328 

329 

329 
329 

329 

329 


Grant 
not used. 


$ cts. 
4,007 00 


$ cts. 


22,825 98 
3,069 38 


1,174 02 


26,931 10 




20,348 03 

7,694 96 

10 042 14 


3,651 97 




1,775 35 

2,494 00 

909 69 

2,025 50 


3,224 65 

6 00 

1,090 31 


11,431 79 
9,596 50 
1,064 30 


568 21 
403 50 


2,386 56 




6,825 16 




5,000 00 
5,089 57 
2,359 18 
4,444 50 

| 10,132 98 

2,499 90 
1,034 94 


2,410 43 
1,640 82 


367 02 
10 


J 114,439 45 

4,642 48 


560 55 

357 52 
10,000 00 


9,006 96 


322 


292,077 40 


17,922 60 



Grant 

exceeded. 



$ cts 

7 00 

69 38 
2,931 10 ! 

694 96 | 

42 H ; 



25 50 

64 30 I 
386 56 i 
1,825 16 

444 501 1 

34 94 

1,006 96 



Note. — Additional sums, amounting to $7,897.23, were contributed by Municipalities and spent I 
by the Department. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor- General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



61 



Public Works— Income. 



Dredging. 

New Dredging Plant 

Repairs to Dredge Vessels 

Maritime ProYinces 

Quebec 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

British Columbia 

General Service , 

Slides and Booms. 

Ottawa District Slides 

Riv^er Ooulonge 

River Morasse 

Slides and Booms Generally , 

Carillon — Supplementary vote .. 

Roads and Bridges. 

Bridge at des Joachims Rapids 

Portage du Fort Bridge 

Aid towards the construction of a free bridge over 
the Old Man's River at Fort Macleod. 

Bridge across the Battle River at Battleford , 

Aid to Municipality of Russell, Manitoba, towards 
the construction of a bridge across the A& 
siniboine, near the mouth of Shell River , 



Vote 120, 121, 122, 333, 334, 335 of 1884; 265 of 
1885; "Hansard," 1884, page 1606; Public 
Accounts, pages 335, 336, 337. 



Grant. 



$ cts 

30,000 00 

30,000 00 

42,000 00 

20,000 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 

17,000 00 

5,000 00 

174,000 00 



10,000 00 
20,500 00 
1,000 00 
15,000 00 
11,000 00 



57,500 00 



13,000 00 
5,000 00 

2 500 00 
5,000 00 



10,000 00 
35,500 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

21,424 70 
26,939 59 
42,000 00 
18,839 77 
19,895 38 

9,965 89 
17,724 77 

4,913 34 



161,703 44 



8,371 08 

8,947 69 

994 15 

9,566 69 



13,259 14 
4,765 24 



18,024 38 



332 
333 
338 
341 
344 
347 
346 
348 



349 
349 
350 

350 



351 
351 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

8,575 30 
3,060 41 

1,160 23 

104 62 

34 11 



86 66 



12,296 56 



1,628 92 

11,552 31 

5 85 

5,433 41 
11,000 00 



29,620 49 



234 76 

2,500 00 
5,000 00 



10,000 00 



17,475 62 



Grant 
exceeded: 



$ cts* 



724 77 



259 14 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



J. L. MoDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General, 



Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-6. 



Public Works-Income. 



Telegraphs. 

Land and cable telegraph lines, Gulf of St. Law- 
rence and Maritime Provinces : — 
Extension of land line from River Pentecost 

towards Mingan 

Communication between Quebec and Grosse 

Isle Quarantine 

Telegraph line, Chatham to Escuminac 

do Battleford to Edmonton 

Extension from Edmonton to Saskatchewan.... 

do do St. Albert 

Telegraph lines, British Columbia, viz. : — 

Land line between Australian Ranche and Bar- 

kerville 

Land line between Victoria and Nanaimo. 

Submarine cable between British Columbia and 
Washington Territory, Supplementary vote.. 

Telegraph Service Generally 

Balance from 1883-84, used to Sept. 30, 1884.. 



Miscellaneous Public Works. 

Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided for. . 

Surveys and inspections 

do Supplementary vote... 

Arbitrations and awards.. 

Monument to the late Sir G. E. Cartier 

National Art Gallery 

Monument to Joseph Brant 

Military works and buildings ~ 

Fort Dufferin, St. John, N.B 

Mail shelter buildings at Capes Tormentine and 
Traverse 

Balance of furniture for High Commissioner for 
Canada (charged in Public Accounts under 

Public Buildings) , 

Balance from 1883-84, used to Sept. 30, 1884 .... 



Yotes 123 and 124, of 1884 ; 264 and 266, of 1885. 
"Hansard," 1884, page 1226; 1885, page 3482 ; 
Public Accounts, pages 338 and 340. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



12,000 00 

10,500 00 

2,000 00 

8,000 00 

1,350 00 

675 00 



1,500 00 
2,250 00 

3,500 00 



19,248 00 



61,023 00 



10,000 00 
25,000 00 
2,850 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,500 00 
5,000 00 
3,370 00 



2,000 00 



703 17 
22,537 35 



79,960 52 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 



16,493 44 

10,079 67 
4,152 62 

10,275 20 

753 97 

1,313 86 



4,027 19 
2,827 68 



49,923 63 



7,423 69 

31,203 26 

3,059 27 

8,294 19 

772 20 



15,998 79 
1,650 00 

2,012 88 



703 17 



71,117 45 






352 
352 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 



420 33 



596 03 



1,500 00 
2,250 00 



19,248 00 



11,099 37 



2,576 31 



1,940 73 

""i'ii"Si' 

5,000 00 



22,537 35 



8,843 07 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



4,493 44 



2,152 62 
2,275 20 



638 86 



527 19 
2,827 68 



3,353 26 
1 6,294 19 



12,628 79 
1,650 00 



12 



These accounts have been examined under my directions, and are correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



63 



Public Works-Income. 



Recapitulation . 



Public Buildings :— 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 

North- West Territories 

British Columbia , 

Generally 

Repairs, heating, and furniture. 

Harbors and Rivers : — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick.. 

Prince Edward Island 

Manitoba 

North- West Territories 

British Columbia 

Maritime Provinces Generally . 

Generally 

Dredging (pages 332, 337, 348) 

Slides and Booms 

Roads and Bridges 

Telegraph Lines 

Miscellaneous 



Total, Public Works, chargeable to Income 



Grant. 



cts 



327,778 35 

315,116 10 

1] 0,587 30 

111,669 04 

50,271 50 

141,448 51 

40,850 00 

46,637 46 

15,000 00 

356,096 50 



310,000 00 

218,105 64 

56,012 13 

75,879 79 

74,340 09 

11,000 00 

10,000 00 

11,150 00 

11,500 00 

6,000 00 

174,000 00 

57,509 00 

35, 50 J 00 

6!, 023 00 

79,960 52 





~ 1 




hH 




*- ' 




§ 

PL, 

.s 


Expenditure 




be 




Oj 




PL. 


$ cts. 


275,755 10 


268 


265,369 38 


259 


67,615 32 


248 


90,585 57 


252 


21,186 61 


249 


137,066 55 


273 


32,724 08 


275 


34,291 70 


277 


16,119 18 


279 


326,858 51 


300 


292,077 40 


329 


203,199 25 


321 


41,280 78 


305 


38,452 85 


309 


62,762 70 


306 


10,820 28 


330 


6,567 00 


330 


6,564 16 


331 


9,841 94 


312 


5,607 18 


331 


161,703 44 




27,879 51 


350 


18,024 38 


351 


49,923 63 




71,117 45 




2,273.393 95 






Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



52,023 25 
49,746 72 
42,971 98 

21.083 47 

29.084 89 
4,381 96 
8,125 92 

12,345 76 

29,'237"99 



17,922 60 

14,906 39 

14,731 35 

37,426 94 

11,577 39 

179 72 

3,433 00 

4,585 84 

1,658 06 

392 82 

12,296 56 

29,620 49 

17,475 62 

11,099 37 

8,843 07 

434,031 98 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



1,119 Iff 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18^ 4-5. 



Subsidies to Steamships. 



Mail Subsidies; — 

Steam communication on Lakes Huron and Superior 

Steam service between the United States and Victoria, 

British Columbia.. , « 

Steam communication with Magdalen Islands 

Steam communication between Grand Manas, N.B., and 

m inland 

Steamship Subventions: — 

{Steam communication between Halifax and St. John vit 
Yarmouth 

One year's subsidy to a line of steamers between Canada 
and the West Indies and Brazil, provided a like amount 
be paid by the Brazilian Government 

Subsidy to line of steamers to run fortnightly between 
France and Quebec, provided the French Government 
appropriates a like sum 

Subsidy to line of steamers between Liverpool or London, 
or both, and St. John, N.B., and Halifax, N.S , a port 
in the Dominion to be the terminal port ~ 

Subsidy to steamer between Campbellton and Gaspe, and 
intermediate ports 

Steam communication from Port Mul grave to East Bay, 
Cape Breton 

Sseam communication between Cape Canso and Port Hood, 
daily, touching at railway terminus, Port Mulgrave, 
and such other places as may be agreed upon 

Steam communication between Halifax and St. Pierre 

Subsidy of $1,500 a voyage, for five voyages, of steamers 
frcm Prince Edward Island to Great Britain or conti- 
nental ports , 

Steam communication from Halifax to Murray Harbor and 
Charlottetown 

Steam communication between Canada and Antwerp. 

Steam communication between Canada and Germany 

Steam communication between Port Mulgrave and Cheti- 
camp 

Authorized by Statute— Yearly subsidy to Montreal Ocean 
Steamship Co. (36 Vic, cap. 33) 

Totes 125 to 141, of 1884 ; " Hansard," 1884, pages 1298 to 1301, 
1452 and 1453; Public Accounts, page 215 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
12,000 00 

17,640 00 
7,800 00 

4,000 00 



10,000 00 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 

25,000 00 

12,500 00 

6,000 00 

3,000 00 
2,000 00 

7,500 00 

3,000 00 
24,000 00 
24,000 00 

2,000 00 



260,440 00 
126,533 33 



386,973 33 



Expenditure 



% cts. 
12,000 00 

17,640 00 
7,800 00 

4,000 00 



8,750 00 

14,055 56 

2,000 00 

16,500 00 

12,500 00 

6,000 00 

3,000 00 
2,000 00 



3,000 00 
12,000 00 
12,000 00 

2,000 00 



135,245 56 
126,533 33 



261,778 89 



Grant 
not used. 



% cts. 



1,250 00 
35,944 44 
48,000 00 

8,500 00 



7,500 00 



12,000 00 
12,000 0l> 



125,194 44 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

L. A. BlSSONNETTE. 



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APPROPRT TION ACCOUNTS. 



67 



Fisheries. 



Overseers and wardens— Salaries and expenses 

Ontario • 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Manitoba, Keewatin and North-West Territories 

Total Fishery Overseers and Wardens.... 

Fish-breeding and building fish-ways 

Legal and incidental expenses and advertising 

Balances from 1883-84 



Services of persons in the Customs and Marine and 
Fisheries Departments and other expenses in con- 
nection with the distribution of fishing bounty 
and collection of statisties... 



Fishing bounty (45 Vic, cap. 18) 

do supplementary vote 

Receipts from fisheries $26,627.86 

Votes 157 and 336 of 1884; 269 of 1885; "Han- 
sard," 1884, pages 1234, 1606, 1617 ; 1885, 3489. 



Grant. 

• 


$ cts. 

13,500 CO 

16,000 00 

16,500 00 

13,000 00 

3,500 00 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 


68,500 00 

35,000 00 

2,000 00 

13,507 59 


119,007 59 
4,000 00 


123,007 59 


150,000 00 
20,000 00 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ ets. 

17,135 08 

13,531 77 

17,503 45 

14,892 87 

3,<??8 03 

1,45T 13 

763 00 



68,292 23 

43,879 82 

527 45 



112,699 50 



7,203 60 



119,903 10 



153,271 68 



0hP4 



386 
386 
386 
386 
387 
387 
387 



388 
394 



394 



Grant 
not used. 



cts. 



207 77 
b 

1,472 55 
13,507 59 



6,308 09 



d 

3,104 49 

16,728 32 



Grant 
exceeded. 



Ct8. 



8,879 82 



3,203 60 



Explanations by Fishbbibs Department. — a. Expended subsequent to 30th June ; the accounts for 
travelling expenses and other outlay of fishery overseers are, in many cases, not received up 
time to be included in the statement of expenditure which closes with the end of fiscal year. b. Votif 
insufficient, c. Vote more than required. 

d. Vote not sufficient. The clerical work in connection with the bounty payments is very large. 

e. Bounty payments being made at close of fiscal year ; amount shewn under heading " grant no 
used," was expended in payment of 1884 bounty, subsequent to 1st July, 1885. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



J. L. McDOTJGrALL, 

Anditor- General, 



3— 5J* 



68 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Sundry Services. 



•Scientific Institutions: — 

Observatory, Toronto 

do do balance from 1883-84. 

do Kingston , 

do Montreal 

do St. John, N.B 



Total Observatories. 
Meterological observatories 



Note— (St. John Observatory paid from 
Meteorological Vote.) 



'Marine Hospitals : — 

Marine Hospital, Quebec 

do balance from 1883-84. 

St. Catharines Hospital, Ontario......... 

Kingston do 

Hospitals in Provinces 

do ballance from 1883-84 

Shipwrecked Seamen 

do balance from 1883-84 



'Steamboat Inspection : — 

Vote 162 of 15s84 

Ballance from 1883-84 



^Insurance Inspection: — 

Expenditure under Vote 163 of 1884. 
Expenditure under 37 Vic, c. 20... ., 



j Subsidies to Provinces (under Statute). 



f Geological Survey 

do balance from 1883-84. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 

11 84 

500 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 



7,761 84 
48,000 00 



55,761 84 



20,000 00 

9 66 

500 00 

500 00 

35,0C0 00 

5,122 01 

6,000 00 

1,989 97 

69,121 64 



25,000 00 
106 72 



6,250 ©0 
4,000 00 

3,525,000 00 

60,000 00 
486 97 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 

500 00 
500 00 



6,250 00 
49,575 46 



55,825 46 



19,932 68 

500 00 
500 00 

29,934 81 
4,523 79 



55,391 28 



} 23, 



211 58 



6,223 32 
4,000 00 



3,959,326 91 
] 60,015 96 



ten-; 
ee*— ' 



396 
396 



396 



402 

402 
402 

402 
403 



403 



Grant 
not used. 



404 
412 



$ cts. 
11 84 

1,500 00 



1,511 84 



76 98 

10,187 20 
3,466 18 



13,730 36 



1,895 14 



403 26 



471 01 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$£.<&. 



1,575 46 



63 62 



Receipts from— 

Sick Mariners' Fund $38,994 90 

Marine Hospital, Quebec 2,253 33 

Steamboat Inspection. , 12,942 66 

Votes of 1884, 158 to 164. 

J Note.— On page 402, part ii " Marine Hospitals " is given at $28,984.81, an error of $1,000 .00 ; 
the expenditure for " Quebec " should read $3,012.36. 

This account has been examined under my directions and is correct 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 
Examined, 

*A. B. Hudson. 
fF. Hayter. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



69 



Indians — Consolidated Fund. 



Grant. 



Indians, East. 



Quebec, to relieve distress 

Blankets, Ontario and Quebec, 



Indian schools 

Annuities under Robinson Treaties 

Indian pupils at Port William school 

Scholarships in Mohawk Institute ............. 

Industrial School at, Wikwemikong 

do Mount Elgin 



Indians of Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick , 

do Prince Edward Island 



Total, Indians, East 



Indians, British Columbia. 



British Columbia generally 

Surveys 

Reserve Commission 

Printing press for Rev. J. M. R. Lejeune 



Total, British Columbia 



$ cts. 

4,200 00 

1,600 00 

10,400 00 

15,680 00 

300 00 

250 00 

4,000 00 

600 00 



37,030 00 
5,032 56 
4,890 00 
2,000 00 













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$ cts. 


4.200 00 




1,600 00 




10,400 00 




15,680 00 




300 00 




250 00 




4,000 00 




600 00 





48,952 56 



25,650 00 

7,700 00 

11,055 00 

50 00 



Indians, Manitoba and N.-W. Territories. 



Annuities , 

Agricultural implements 

Tools 

Cattle . ., 

Seed grain 

Ammunition and twine 

Annuity provisions 

Supplies for destitute Indians 

Clothing i , 

Schools 

Surveys , 

Farm wages M 

Farm maintenance 

Sioux 

General expenses 

Industrial schools, balance from 1883-84. 
Supplementary Vote 



Total, Manitoba and N.-W. Territories. 

Forward— British Columbia 

do Indians, East : 



Votes of 1884, 165 to 170, 350 to 352 ; 1885, 294 
« and 295. " Hansard " of 1884. pages 1263 to 
1269. 



44,455 00 



173,460 00 
10,398 

1,917 54 

10,5'5 00 

3,115 00 

4,439 50 

31,756 54 

287,046 10 

2,700 00 

48,604 00 

18,000 00 

22,700 00 

5,600 00 

2,000 00 

66,380 00 

31,981 07 

320,000 00 



37,030 00 
4,903 68 
4,889 19 
1,861 81 



48,684 68 



31,402 64 

11.836 31 

8,700 00 

50 00 

51,988 95 



415 
415 
415 
415 



416 

417 
417 
416 



417 



1,040,652 97 
44,455 Ou 
48,952 56 



169,406 00 

19,348 07 

4,320 32 

14,837 82 

24,443 47 

5,372 43 

26,216 95 

478,038 00 

2,128 90 

62,146 79 

17,264 29 

36,892 95 

19,842 98 

2,595 79 

126,075 67 

28,968 79 



1,037,899 22 
51,988 95 
48,684 68 



418 
419 
419 
419 
419 
419 
420 
420 
420 
422 
422 
422 
423 
423 
424 
424 



1,134,060 53 1,138,572 85 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts, 



128 88 

81 

138 19 



267 88 



2,355 00 



4,054 00 



5,539 59 



571 10 



735 71 



3,012 28 
320,000 CO 



267 88 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



5,752 64 
4,136 31 



7,533 95 



8,949 85 

2,402 78 

4,282 82 

21,328 47 

932 93 

190,991 90 

13,542 79 

14,192 95 

14,242 98 

595 79 

59,695 67 



7,533 



4,512 32 



Note.— $1,138,572.85, the total expenditure given above, exceeds $1,109,604.06 (on page 258 of the 
Public Accounts) by $28,988.79, being the expenditure for building industrial schools, which the 
Finance Department has charged under Public Buildings, N.W.T. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J.1L. McDOUGALL, 
Examined, Auditor -General* 

J. H. Salmon. 



70 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 11834-5. 



Mounted Police. 



Pay of force. 

Subsistence 

Forage 

Fuel and light 

Clothing 

Renewals and repairs ^ 

Horses and oxen V 

Arms and ammunition J 

JMedicine and hospital expenses 

Books and stationery 

Transport, guides and mails 

Contingencies 

Supplementary estimate 



Vote 171 of 1884; 293 of 1885. "Hansard," 1884. 
page 1294; Public Accounts, page 179. 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

160,000 00 
80,300 00 
73,000 00 
15,000 00 
37,000 00 

47,000 00 

7,000 00 

2,000 00 

45,000 00 

4,000 00 

300,000 00 



Expenditure, 


Pu 


Grant 
not used. 


$ cts. 
166,91^ 18 


432 

442 
446 
450 
456 

45l' 
450 


$ cts. 


76,487 62 
48,127 12 
44,777 94 


3,812 38 
24,872 88 


35,836 00 

( 48,172 75 

\ 54,546 00 

I 1,956 75 

8,672 60 


1,164 eo 


J 


3,672 57 






61,485 75 
13,599 36 






456 


360,06606 






564,249 64 


206,050 36 



Grant 
exceed ed. 



$ cts. 
6,915 18 

29,777 94 

57,675 50 

1,672 60 

1,672 57 

16,485 75 

9,599 36 



This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

H. A. Baldwin, 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



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Explanations for the Auditor- General, re Expenditure for General Militia and North- 
West Service, 

(C.) 690 for $250. Dr Douglas. Details of expenditure for $130 written for; will 

be iorwarded as soon as received. The balance of the 
advance, SU0, was deposited to credit of Eeceiver-General, 
26th June, 1885. Eeceipt No. 2078. 
W. MoClimont. Details of expenditure herewith. 
Lt.-Col. Yan Straubenzee, D.A.G. Details written for. 
Capt. J. S. Dennis. Expenditure in excess of advance ; yet 

unsettled. 
H. McLenaghan. Deducted from October pay. Vide Forrest 

account for November, No. 41. 
Major Grey. Details herewith. 
J. Horn. Account herewith. 
Dr. Eoddick. Account herewith. 
Dr. Sullivan. Unaccounted for. Written for. 
Dr. Gasgrain. Deducted from final payment. Cheque 373, 

September, 1885. 
Dr. Nattrass. Deducted. See Guy's account for August, 1885. 
Capt. J. Wright. The item $18.00, paid at Kat Portage, was 
by authority of the commanding officer; $26.50 for rifle* 
and ammunition deducted from final payment. C. 893, 
18th July, 1885. 
752 " 400. Capt. Higham. Eeferred to Capt. Higham for explanation. 
A detention of the troop would have necessitated extra 
meals, covered by the $10.50 referred to. 
757 and 1048 for $35. Dr. Murray. Accounted for. C. 369, 16th Sept., 1885. 
774 for $25. Dr. Cloutier. Deducted. C. 371, 16th Sept., 1885. 
854 u 50. Dr. J. Duncan. Details of expenditure atsked for. 

870 " 40. Dr. Corbett, deceased, was in credit at the time of death over 

and above the amount of advance. 
60. Capt. Howard. Advanced to him by Forrest deducted. Vide 
Guy's aceount, V. No. 109 (July account.) 
Dr. Benson's pay includes field and subsistence allowance* 

With regard to the transpoit service, all certificates in support of claims 
received by this Department have been forwarded to the Audit Office with the 
vouchers. 

In connection with refunds for the sale of horses in the North- West, no state- 
ments have yet been furnished the Department. As soon as they reach this office 
they will be sent over. 

The services of Lt.-Col. Macdonald in the North- West were altogether of 
a military character, and in no way connected with his duties or position as a civil 
gervant. The allowance for subsistence, under paragraph 983, should have been 
deducted from allowance for hotel and travelling expenses. The amount will bo 
refunded. 

C. EUG. PANET, Lieut-Colonel, 

Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence. 
Militia and Defence, 
23rd February, 188$. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



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Customs. 



Salaries and Contungbnciks. 



Details. 



$ cts 



In the Province of Ontario' 

Supplementary— W. S. McMichael, 

Fort Brie 

Changes in staff 

In the Province of Quebec 

Supplementary— M. Cote, Rimouski. 
do D. D. 0'Meara,Que. 

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J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

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J. H. P. Gibson. 



76 auditor general's report, 1884-5. 



Customs Dept., Ottawa, February 17, 1886. 

Sir, — Referring to the statement of expenditure of this Department, for salaries 
and contingencies for the year 1884-85, and the amounts shown to have either been 
spent in excess of or loss than the estimate, I beg to state that the excess of $314.44 
in the Province of Ontario has arisen in consequence of the necessity for the pay- 
ment of board allowance and travelling expenses to the officer detailed as Acting 
Collector at Fort Brie and Sarnia, and because of short estimate to meet contingent 
expenses at Port Arthur. There were several unforeseen changes in this Province 
during the year, but the consequent increased or lessened expenditure leaves a total 
varying but little from the sum voted. 

The short expenditure of $1,738.13 in the Province of Manitoba is explained by 
the fact that the anticipated contingencies have been curtailed by the sum of $1,000, 
while the items of salaries and daily wages, for which an approximate amount was 
asked, have been so adjusted as to avoid the expenditure of some $800, which 
appeared necessary when the estimate was prepared. 

The saving of $6,677.67 in the North- West Territories has arisen through the 
reduction of the percentage « payable to officers of the Mounted Police on collec- 
tions made by them, though it is partly attributable to the fact that a certain portion 
of the percentage actually earned by such officers during the year had not been paid 
before the 30th June last. 

The other cases in which the grant has either been exceeded or not wholly used, 
show so small a margin of difference that they afford valuable -testimony as to the 
care which has been exercised in preparing the estimates, and in auditing the various 
items of expenditure which have been placed before this Department for approval 
during the fiscal year in question. 

Yours respectfully, 

THOS. J. WATTERS, 

Acting Accountant. 
The Auditor-General. 



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AUDITOR OBHBRAl/s REPORT, 1884-85. 



Inland Revenne. 



Culling Timbbb. 



Quebec, salaries 

do contingencies...... 

do pay of cullers 

do cullers' annuities. 
Montreal, salaries . 

do contingencies... 
General contingencies 



Weights, Mbasubbs and Gas. 

Salaries of Weights and Measures Inspectors 

do Gas Inspectors 

Commissioner of Standards 

Chief Inspector ot do 

Weights and Measures contingencies .. 

Gas Inspection contingencies 



Inspection op Staples. 



Purchase and distribution of standards. 



Liquor License Act. 



Vote of 1885 

Balance from 1883-84 used, 



Adulteration of Pood. 
Expenses under the Act 



Minor Revenue Expenditure. 



Inland Rerenue Department. 

Ordnance Lands 

Department of Agriculture ... 



Votes of 1884, 191 to 195: "Hansard," 1884, pages 
1317, 1318. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

13,700 00 
8,000 00 

43,000 00 
5,600 00 
1,500 00 



71,800 00 



43,950 00 

11,450 00 

800 00 

1,800 00 
17,200 00 

6,500 00 



81,700 00 



3,000 00 



60,000 00 
2,192 62 



15,000 00 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 



7,000 eo 



Expen- 
diture. 



$ cts, 

13,199 88 

3,072 10 

24,530 27 

5,016 68 

1,500 00 

203 66 

3,057 41 



50,580 00 



45,946 07 

11,378 18 

800 00 

1,800 00 
16,803 41 

8,250 27 



84,977 93 



847 96 



} 2,230 45 



14,948 08 



1,080 29 

1,047 93 

459 70 



2,587 92 



544 



545 
546 
545 
545 

545 
546 



546 



548 



548 



548 
548 
548 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

500 12 

4,927 90 

18,469 73 

583 32 



21,220 00 



b 

71 82 



396 59 
-a 



2,152 04 



59,962 17 



51 92 



3,919 71 
952 07 



4,412 08 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



203 66 
3,057 41 



1,996 or 



1,750 27 



3,277 93 



459 70 



Revenue from Culling Timber , $31,732 37 

do Weights and Measures 31,48119 

do Gas Inspection 6,109 90 

Harbors and Rivers 6,703 07 

Patent Fees 65,172 31 

Ordnance Lands 24,540 61 

Explanations by Inland Revenue Department.— a. This expenditure is for equipment of new offices, 
which could not be completed under the vote for that purpose during the year 1883-4. b. This excess is 
due to three items : 1. The appointment of an inspector at Victoria, B.C., in place of the Collector of 
Inland Revenue, who temporarily performed the work at a nominal salary. The former arrangement 
was found to interfere too much with the Collector's revenue duties. Increase due to this cause, $733. 
2. The appointment of a mechanical assistant in the London division, $700. 3 Extra salary paid to 
Mr. Bourassa, Quebec, while acting in Inspector Cote's absence, $287. Total, $1,200. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor -General. 
Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



79 



Railways— Worfcingr Expenses. 



Intercolonial Railway — 

Locomotive power 

Car expenses 

Maintenance of way and works, 

Station expenses.. , 

General charges , 

Balance from 1883-84 , 



Windsor Branch — 

Amount voted 

Balance from 1883-84. 



Prince Edward Island Railway- 
Locomotive power 

Car expenses - 

Maintenance of way and works. 

Station expenses 

General charges 

Renewals 

Balance from 1883-84 



Eastern Extension Railway — 

Locomotive power 

Car expenses 

Maintenance . 

Stations and train expenses 
General charges «.. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

820,000 00 
540,000 00 
600,000 00 
330,000 00 
210,000 00 
295,447 64 



2,795,447 64 



20,000 00 
4,263 16 



56,000 00 
31,000 00 
90,000 00 
13,000 00 
20,000 00 



16,390 06 



226,390 06 



77,086 87 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

732,266 88 
555,566 31 
657,605 08 
327,887 14 
168,152 50 



2,441,477 91 



18,751 96 



55,782 13 
45,068 63 
64,932 04 
25,285 15 
11,584 95 
8,554 11 



211,207 01 



18,621 87 
10,608 88 
25,411 18 
8,537 74 
15,093 98 

78,273 65 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 
87,733 12 



2,112 86 

41,847 50 

295,447 64 



353,969 73 



5,511 20 



217 87 

< 

25,067 96 

**8,415 05 



16.390 06 



15,183 05 



Grant 
exceeded. 



cts. 



15,566 31 
57,605 OS 



/ 



/ 



14,068 63 

12,285 15 

8,554 11 



1,186 78 



Notes by Mr. Schreiber :—a. The necessary repairs to engines were not so extensive as provided for 

in the estimate, b. Due to Renewal of cars worn out, and heavy repairs, c. Due to large amount of 

improvements and additions ordered, e. Service not so heavy as expected when estimate was made. 

J. Not taken into consideration when the estimate was made. g. Fewer steel rails were laid than were 

originally thought would be required, h. Under-estimated. 

Votes 196 to 198 of 1884 ; 301 of 1885 : " Hansard," pages 1256, 1258, 1261, 1449. 

See the Financial Inspector's statements in part ii of this report, pages 549 to 559. 

Revenue from Intercolonial Railway $2,368,153 65 

do Windsor Branch 24,451 35 

do Prince Edward Island Railway... 158,588 06 

do Eastern Extension Railway , 73,050 01 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General- 



so 



auditor general's ACCOUNTS, 1884-85. 



11 



Collection of Revenue. 



* Public Worlss — Revenue. 



Collection of slide and boom dues 

do do additional 

do do supplementary . 

and working expenses, harbors and slides. 
do do supplementary. 

Telegraphs : — 

Prince Edward Island and Mainland 

St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 

Working steamer "N^wfield" 

Manitoba and North-West Territories 

do from 1883-84 ". 

British Columbia 

do balance from 1863-84 

Signal service, generally » 

Agent, British Columbia 



Total, part ii, page 575 , 



f Canals — Revenue. 



Collection of canal tolls 

Repairs and working expenses. 

do balance from 1883-84 .. 

do supplementary 

Welland, Maitland pier 



Total, part ii, page 560 



¥otes of 1884, 199 to 209, 354, 355, 365 ; 1885, 300, 
"Hansard," 1884, pages 1261,1318, 1458 1608 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



200 00 

150 00 

89,250 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 

15,200 00 

5,000 00 

17,000 00 

854 33 

37,500 00 

3,478 47 

9,500 00 

4,000 00 



215,117 80 



37,020 00 

440,052 00 

65,210 05 

29,030 00 

2,000 00 

573,312 05 



Expenditure 



$ cts, 

■ 20,326 52 

91,241 79 

1,946 66 

13,799 36 

777 18 

21,837 24 

34,355 32 

11,505 58 
2,685 31 



198,474 96 



36,370 17 
483,351 76 



519,721 93 



Grant 
not used. 



$ cts. 

1,008 48 
8,008 21 

53 34 

1,400 64 
4,222 82 



6,623 15 



1,314 69 
16,642 84 



649 83 
52,940 29 



53,590 12 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



3,982 91 
2,005 58 



Revenue from Canal Tolls and Hydraulic Rents $325,958 42 

Slides and booms 73,050 01 

Telegraphs 39,526 19 

Dredges 3,359 46 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

*Jno. H. Balderson. 
f John B. Lynch. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

A uditor* General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



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Dominion Lands. 



Income: — 

Outside Service- 
Commissioner 

Inspector of agencies 

do do contingencies 

Colonization Companies Inspector 

do do contingencies.. 
Land Board Office, salaries 

do do contingencies 

Homestead Inspectors, salaries 

do do contingencies 

Land Agents, salaries..... 

do contingencies 

Superintendent of Mines 

do do travelling 

Timber Agents, salaries 

do contingencies , 

Forest Rangers, salaries 

do travelling 

Stationery and printing, Outside Service 

Examiners of Land Surveyors 

Contingencies paid at Head Office 

Sundry travelling 

Forestry Commission 

Law costs 

8ale at McLeod 

Taking evidence 

Commission of 1879 

Compensation f .. 

Half-breed Commission 

Salaries at Ottawa 

Supplementary Vote 



Land guides for 6 months, at $3.60 a day 

Extra Clerks at Ottawa, maps and advertising 
Resident agent and staff, British Columbia ... 
Balance from 1883-84 



Total Income. 



Capital :— 

Amount required for surveys 

do supplementary. 



Votes 211 and 212 of 1884 ; 303 and 304 of 
1885. "Hansard," 1884, pages 1423 and 
1427 ; Public Accounts, pages 249 and 257. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,000 00 

3,200 00 
1,200 00 

3,000 00 

1,000 00 

10,350 00 

4,880 00 

8,400 00 



34,428 00 
8,000 00 
3,206 00 
1,200 00 
6,400 00 
5,000 00 
4,200 00 



4,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



6,000 00 

2o,ob'o"6o 



131,458 00 

10,000 00 

30,000 00 

10,645 00 

927 73 



183,030 73 



300,000 00 
30,000 00 











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CD . 
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not used. 




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$ cts. 




$ cts 


5,282 22 






2,219 33 






486 95 






3,000 00 






1,151 75 






13,117 00 






3,642 85 






7,200 00 






9,793 26 






34,561 02 






11,281 15 






3,200 00 






548 25 






6,115 00 






2,852 62 






4,200 00 






1,861 69 






5,469 87 






595 80 






1,917 64 






392 20 






814 95 






1,021 66 






111 10 






494 80 






256 00 






30 00 






3,000 00 






730 00 






125,347 11 


611 


6,110 89 


4,6*7 81 


612 


5,322 19 


34,247 56 


612 




14,454 81 


613 








927 73* 


178,727 29 


603 


4,303 44 


| 304,190 22 


25,809 78 



Grant 
exceeded. 



$ cts. 



4,247 5* 
3,809 81 



Receipts from Dominion Lands, $393,618.20. 

This account has been examined under my directions, and is correct. 



Examined, 

J. C. MaoDonald. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



83 



Balances. 



Charges of Management ... 
Civil Government: — 

Governor General's Office 
Department of Justice , 



Militia. 

Secretary of State 

Interior 

do Geological Survey, 
do Mounted Police 

Indian Affairs 

Finance 

Inland Revenue 

Customs 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Marine and Fisheries 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Departmental Contingencies 

Stationery , 

New Appointments, &c 

High Commissioner — Contingencies 

Computing Savings Bank Interest , 

Board of Civil Service Examiners , 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Unprovided. 



' $ cts 
63,517 87 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



$ cts 



22,237 86 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Justice 

Dominion Police 

Penitentiaries :— 

Kingston 

St. Vincentde Paul * 

Dorchester '. 

Manitoba 

£. British Columbia 

legislation : — 

Senate Contingencies ► 

Commons Salaries 

do Committees Sessional Clerks, &c 

Contingencies ., 

Publishing Debates 

Contingencies, Sergeant-at-Arms , 

Salary, Deputy Speaker 

Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 

Library — • 

do Salaries and Contingencies 

do Exchanges 

Printing, binding, &c, the Laws 

Parliamentary Printing 

Miscellaneous Printing 

Indemnity to J. C. Rykert, M.P 

Binding Newspapers 

Geological Survey 

Observatory — Toronto , 

do Meteorological.. 

do New Brunswick 

Arts, Agriculture and Statistics : — 

Criminal Statistics $ ' 50 50 

Dominion Exhibition 105 97 

Health Statu tics 9,492 12 

Agricultural Statistics, Manitoba 9,484 56 

Archives 385 00 



371 29 



Less— Over-expended 19,518 15 

Archives $4,871 96 

Patent Record 3,647 47 

8,519 43 

Antwerp Exhibition 

Census 

Emigration 



10 00 



1,575 46 



Carried forward ' 87,712 48 



80 00 



46 86 



670 30 
550 00 



4,950 51 



3,090 80 
3,400 00 
24,786 53 
6,849 7 1 
2,000 00 



10 00 
4,123 24 
1,325 00 



17,275 90 



453 01 
11 84 

1,500 00 



10,998 72 

11,801 40 

26 483 81 

122,579 46 



242,987 09 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 



750 00 

229 14 

2,874 73 

2,522 23 

4,363 83 

866 67 

100 00 

2,342 72 

2,966 24 

50 00 

3,966 27 

5,178 53 

1,466 72 

6,400 09 

7,400 24 

2,012 50 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

888 44 

247 30 



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1,331 2* 
1,797 53 
1,629 56 

1,823 73 

1,169 19 
2,200 07 

3,461 98 





1,046 


50 






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04* 



1,034 46 
32 00 



1,500 00 



20,570 68 



1,507 17 



106,601 8L 



84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Balances. 



Brought forward. , 



Quarantine 

Marine Hospitals: — 

Marine Hospital, Quebec. 

Marine Hospitals, Generally 

Shipwrecked seamen 

Pensions : — 

New Militia 

Veterans, 1812 , 

Compensation in lieu of land 

Mounted Police ., 

Militia :— 

Salaries, Military Branch and District Staff 

Brigade Majors 

Ammunition, Clothing and Military Stoies , 

Public Armori°s, care of arms, &c , 

Drill ludtruciioij , 

Drill Pay 

Contingencies and General Service 

Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges , 

Military Properties, care of. 

do construction and repairs 

Royal Military College 

"A," U B" and "0" Batteries , 

Cavalry and Infantry Schools .... 

Rifled Ordnance 

JSortn-West Insurrection 

Intercolonial Railway— Capital:— 

Increased accommodation at St. John 

Halifax Extension 

Dartmouth Branch 

Dalhousie Branch 

Riviere du Loup Branch 

St. Charles Branch and Ferry 

do do shunting yard 

L^gal expenses, 

Construction , 

Rolling stock 

Coal cars 

Miscellaneous Works 

Legal expenses, Windsor and Annapolis Railway 

Contractors' claims 

Prince Edward Island Railway : — 

Cape Traverse Branch 

do Wharf 

Rolling stock 

Pacific Railway: — 

Port Arthur to Red River 

British Columbia 

Station accommodation 

Subsidy to Company 

Inspecting Engineers 

West of Red River 

♦ Pembina Branch, ties 

Balance for Bridge at Emerson 

Salary, J. H. Rowan, for two months .., , 

Bridges destroyed by fire, Purcell & Ryan 

Services, L. K. Jones and E. Miall' 

Gratuity, widow late J. Taylor 

Patent dangers 

Georgian Bay Branch 

Short Line Railway 

.Railways Generally— Map and meridian 



Unprovided. 



$ cts. 
87,712 48 

8,233 23 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



$ cts. 
242,987 09 



76 98 

10,187 20 

3,466 18 



206,050 36 



37,512 90 
1,992 83 
2,833 25 

19,848 81 



23,266 28 
14,669 90 
23,953 12 
43,768 61 
14,851 16 



Lapsed. 



Carried forward 177,616 07 



1,881 54 
1,004 36 



7 36 



50 00 



78,727 10 



8,585 32 
16,419 99 
18,072 48 



84,088 12 



7,437 86 

74,389 84 

4,580 00 

6,000 00 

338,439 00 

8,280 46 
12,400 00 



129,440 89 

199,557 60 

550,475 13 

13,907 74 

10,753 26 

5,894 84 

14,500 00 

500 00 

1,404 62 

285 00 

300 00 



$ Cts. 
106,601 81 



2,710 31 
855 43 

122 53 
3,930 00 
2,477 40 



933 34 
2,249 7i 



1,544 60 
60 64 
14 62 



2,148 e& 



171 44 

18,466 50 
17 05- 



5,902 56 

4,295 51 
297 

20,746 11 



300 00 
150 99 



2,162,769 37 J 173,995 39 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNT3. 



85V 



Balances. 



Brought forward 



Eastern Extension Railway :— 

Steamer "Norwegian" , 

Interest on purchase of line 

Canals — Capital : — 

Lachiue 

Cornwall . 

St Lawrence , 

Williamsburg, Rapide Plat 

do Galops Rapid , 

Murray . 

Welland 

Carillon 

Grenville 

Culbute 

Tay 

St. Peter's 

Trent Navigation 

St. Anne's Lock 

Fort Frances Lock 

Miscellaneous— Canals 

Public Works— Capital : — 

Public Buildings, Ottawa 

Esquimalt Graving Dock , 

Port Arthur Harbor and Kaministiqua River 

Cape Tormentine Harbor 

Dominion Lands — Capital , 

Railways and Canals— Consolidated Fund : — 

Beauharnois Canal, wharf 



Cornwall 


do 


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do 


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do 


Chambly 


do 


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do 


do 


do 



drain 

back ditches and waste weir, Dunnville. 

swing bridge , 

raising banks 

Collector's office 

land damages 

Bridge over St. John River at High Falls 

St. Ours Lock, pier 

Trent Valley Survey 

Road Dyke, Lake St. Francis 

Surveys and Inspection— Railways 

Railway Statistics 

Miscellaneous Works ~\ 

Arbitration and Awards .' [• 

Surveys and Inspection— Canals ..... J 



Public Buildings, Ontario : — 

Amherstburg Post Office 

Barrie do 

Belleville do 

Srockville do 

Chatham do 

Gait do 

Gananoque do 

Guelph 'Justom House ... 

Hamilton Immigration Shed 

Kingston Post Office 

London Custom House 

do Immigration Buildings 

Orangeville Post Office 

Ottawa Geological Museum 

do Post Office 

Port Hope do 

Peterboro' do , 

Prescott do 



Carrfed forward 60.131 56 



$ cts, 
1,301 25 
1,075 99 

306 07 
5,466 08 
5,489 70 
7,572 90 
• 298 11 

952 05 

620 00 
3,244 11 
9,176 47 

150 00 
5,072 19 
1,219 13 

328 18 
2,859 33 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 



Unprovided. 



$ cts. 
177,616 07 



2,055 92 



5,110 17 



1,747 76 



80 10 



347 50 



186,957 52 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



$ cts. 
2,162,789 37 

33,880 00 



58,784 77 
15,912 94 



54,394 62 

122,179 48 

5,632 80 



3,208 45 



37,820 43 
2,695 69 



109,782 -19 
171,757 60 



25,809 78 

21 

3,701 04 

25,000 00 



181 23 
327 24 

10,000 00 
339 87 



522 56 
1,075 13 

20,998 57 



2,866,794 27 



Lapsed. 



$ CIS 
173,995 39 



300,000 00 
129,361 68 

179,973 98 
151,097 34V 1 



85,000 00= 

1,505 21 

7,526 03 

2,500 00 

63,617 16 

110,000 00 

10,000 00 



400,000 00 

57,893 03 

145,580 3T 



6, 729 02 



1,801 45 

256 50 
5,536 25 



8 5,cU0f 



86 



AUDITOR GBNIRAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Rain li cos. 



Brought forward 

Public Building, Quebec — Concluded, 

Stratford do 

St. Thomas do 

St. Catharines Post Office 

Sarnia Immigrant Station 

Toronto Custom House 

do Immigrant Station 



Less— Over-expended in other buildings. 



JPublic Buildings, Quebec : — 

Grosse Isle Quarantine Station...., 

Hull Post Office, &c 

Levis Immigrant Buildings 

Montreal do 

Quebec Examining Warehouse ... 
do Queen's Wharf Buildings 
do Dominion Buildings 

Sherbrooke Post Office, &c 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. 



Lass — Over-expended on other buildings. 



Public Buildings, Nova Scotia : — 

Arichat Post Office, Customs House, &c. 
Baddeck do do 

Halifax Dominion Buildings 

North Sydney Custom House 

Pictou Marine Hospital 

Sydney Quarantine Hospital 

do Post Office - 

Truro Custom House, &c 

Yarmouth Post Office, Ac 



Less— Over-expended on — 

Amherst Public Building $2,996 23 

New Glasgow do 1,061 04 



Public Buildings, New 

Bathurst Pobt Office 

Carleton do 

Moncton do 

St. Stephens do 

Woodstock do 



Brnnswick : — 



JPublic Bnildings,Prince Edward Island 

Charlotieiown Public Building 

Montague Post Office 

Summerside Public Building , 



JPublic Building's, Manitoba 

Lieut.-Governor s Resilience and Stables, 

Penitentiary 

Parliament Buildings 

Custom House, Wiunipeg , 

Immigrant Station do 

Powder Magazine do 



Less —Over-expended on — 
Brandon Immigrant Station.. $ 13 04 
Post Office, Winnipeg 23,409 12 



Carried forward. 



60,131 56 



689 81 
546 08 
615 20 
1,050 00 
1,475 09 
173 56 

64,680 29 
12,657 04 



1,361 45 

3,850 00 

13,215 91 

15,00D 00 

2,121 35 

600 00 

1,034 19 

2,579 21 

16,162 10 



55,924 21 
6,177 49 



9,848 18 
2,866 65 
2,305 18 
591 37 
550 00 
2,527 00 



8,452 36 
9,887 51 



37,028 25 



4,056 27 



4,810 75 
3,032 75 
3,451 08 
6,794 52 
2,994 37 



6,366 28 
6,*718"61 



928 90 

2,261 76 

4,252 24 

304 27 

300 00 

2,756 95 



10,804 12 



23,422 16 



Uuprovided. 



186,957 52 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



2,866,794 27 



52,023 25 



49,746 72 



32,971 98 



21,083 47 



13,084 89 



12,618 04 



199,576 56 



3,036,704 58 



Lapsed. 



1,832,374 07 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 



16,000 00 
4,200 00 

14,934 03 
17,000 00 



1,894,508 10 



APPROPRIATION AC00UTN8. 



8T 



Balances. 


— 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

forward to 

1885-6. 


Lapsed. 


Brought forward 


$ eta 


% cts. 
199,575 56 


% cts. 
3,035,704 58 

8,125 92 


$ Ctfr, 

1,894,508 10 


Public Buildings, ST.-W. Territories :— 


5,640 00 

4,865 47 

954 07 




Immigrant Sheds, Calgary and Medicine Hat 
New Jails and Lock-Ups r3; 




Less — Over-expended — 

Public Buildings Generally $3,333 56 

Qu'Appelle Immigrant Station 06 


11,459 54 
3,333 62 








Public Buildings. British Columbia 






25,940 ID 


Nanaimo Post Office 

Vancouver Quarantine Station ........ 


3,131 70 

480 02 

3,000 00 

8,000 00 

08 

14,611 80 
2,266 04 




12,345 76 
29,237 99 

17,922 60 




Victoria Dominion Buildings 




do Immigrant do 




New Westminster Post Office.., 




Less— Over-expended on Penitentiary... 


\ 


Public Buildings Generally 




1,119 18 




Repairs, Heating and Light, Ac, 






Harbors and Rivers, Ontario : — 

Cobourg 

Kingsville 

L'Orignal Wharf 

Lion's Head 

Little Bear Creek. i 


1,174 02 

3,651 97 

1,090 31 

3,224 65 

6 00 

568 21 

10,000 00 

403 50 

2.410 43 

1,640 82 

10 

367 02 

560 55 

357 52 






Morpeth 




Midland 

Owen Sound 




Port Hope 




Rondeau ~ 

Sydenham 

Southampton , - 

Toronto 




Wilson's Channel 








Less— Over-expended on other harbors. 


25,455 10 
7,532 50 










574 8S 


Baie St. Paul 


41 22 

507 10 

390 69 

47 63 

992 80 

297 46 

1 44 

500 00 

5,000 00 

6,000 00 

5 39 

5,783 99 

' 146 70 

07 

292 27 

03 

23 47 

4,451 10 

8 81 

2,156 10 




14,906 39 




Berthier en bas .. 

Barachois de Malbaie ..... 

Chateau Richer - 




Chenal du Moine Pier A... 




Isle aux Grues 

Les Eboulements 




Longue Pointe .... ; ■> 




Perc6 

Port Daniel 




Riviere Saguenay, below Chicoutimi 

do du Lievre 




dj St. Louis 




do Noire. 




do Ottawa Shoal, Bristol and Clarendon. 
St. Anne de la Pocatiere 




do Sorel 




do Bellevue 




Trois Pistoles 








j Less— Over-expended on other harbors. 


26,646 27 
11,739 88 












200,694 74 


3,118,243 24 


1,921,023 15 



38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Balances. 



Brought forward 

Harbors and Rivers, Jfova Scotia :— 

Coffiu's Island .. 

Chipman's Brook 

Five Islands 

Great Village 

Margaret vi lie 

Ogilvies Wharf 

Port Hood 

Petite Riviere 

Port Greville , -. ... 

Three Fathom 

Tusket Wedge 

Tracadie 



Less— Over-expended on other harbors . 

Harbors. New Brunswick : — 

Anderson's Hollow 

Garaquet - 

'arlton 

Hopewell 

Aladawaska 

Mispec 

St. John, Negro Point , 



Less— Over-expended on River Tobique. 

Harbors, Prince Edward Island : — 

Breakwaters, piers, &c 

Murray 

St. Peter's Bay , 

Tignish 

Wood Islands , 

Government of P. E. Island 



Unprovided, 



5 30 

50 22 

06 

2,400 00 

1,500 00 

17 99 

2,883 20 

5,000 00 

4,000 CO 

2 78 

02 

601 32 



16,460 89 
1,729 54 



1,078 51 

288 50 

10,000 00 

3,688 59 

400 00 

82 29 



37,514 44 
87 50 



3,430 09 
1,250 00 
3,000 00 
3,897 30 



$ cts. 
200,694 74 



Harbors and Rivers, Manitoba : — 

Waterhen River 

Less— Over-expended on general repairs 

Harbors and Rivers, JT.-W. Territories : — 

Saskatchewan River 



Harbors and Rivers, British Coin nib ia : — 

Fraser River 

Serpentine. 

Victoria 

General repairs. 



Less— Over-expended on Cowichan and 
Kootenay Rivers. , 



Harbors and Rivers, Maritime Provinces 

Generally 

Harbors Generally 

Br edging, Bredge Vessels and Plant 

Slides and Booms M , 

.Roads and Bridges :— 

Bridge at des Joachims Rapids 

Bridge over Old Man's River, Fort McLeod 

do Battle River, Battleford , 

do at Portage du Fort. Repairs. ... 
do Russell, over Assiniboine 



Carried forward. 



183 32 
3 60 



197 26 

954 50 

2,491 75 

1,000 37 



4,643 88 
58 04 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



$ fits. 
3,118,243 24 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 
1,921,023 15 



14,731 35 



37,426 94 



11,577 39 

179 72 
3,433 00 



269 14 



200,953 88 



4,585 84 

1,658 06 

392 82 

12,296 56 

29,620 49 



2,500 00 

5,000 00 

234 76 

10,000 00 



3,251,880 17 



60 
53,222 19 



1,974,245 94 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



89 



Balances. 



Brought forward. 



Telegraph Ones 

Miscellaneous Public Works : — 

Miscellaneous works 

Arbitrations and awards 

Military works and buildings 

Monument to Sir George C artier ... 

do Joseph Brant. 

Art gallery 



Less — Over-expended on Sur- 
veys and Inspection $3,353 26 

Fort Dufferin, St. John 80 46 

Shelter for mail service, P.E.I 12 88 



$ cts. 



2,576 31 
1,940 73 
1,819 02 

225 81 
5,000 00 

727 80 

12,289 67 



3,446 60 



Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions :— 

Halifax and St. John via Yarmouth , 

Canada and Brazil ' 

France and Quebec s 

Liverpool or London and St. John and Halifax 

P. E. island to Great Britain 

Canada and Antwerp 

Canada and Germany 

Ocean and River Service : — 

Dominion steamers 

Steamer to replace the "Glendon " „ , 

Examination of masters and mates 

Life-boats, rewards saving life, &c 

Investigating into wrecks, casualties, &c 

Registration of shipping ....-,« 

Printing shipping list 

Removal of obstructions in navigable river3 

River Police, Quebec and Montreal 

Lighthouse and Coast Service: — 

Salaries, allowances, &c 

Maintenance and repairs 

Agencies, rents and contingencies 

Cape Race Light 

Colchester Reef Lighthouse, Lake. Erie 

Sand's Head Lighthouse, British Columbia 

Construction generally .... 

Signal stations 

Buoys and beacons, Montreal harbor 

Fisheries : — 

Salaries, fish-breeding, fish ways, &c 

Services, distribution of fishing bounty 

Fishing bounties.... 

Steamboat Inspection ,.. 

Insurance Inspection „ , , 

Indians : — 

Nova Scotia ... 

New Brunswick ; 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia , 

Indians, Manitoba and the North- West Territories., 
Miscellaneous : — 

Canada Gazette , 

Miscellaneous printing , 

Commutation of duties to Army and Navy 

Unforeseen expenses , 

North- West Territories 

Keewatin. 



3—7* 



Carried forward. 



Unprovided. 



$ cts 
200,953 88 



5,826 41 

2,424 97 

656 44 



82 92 



739 19 
1,36010 



3,203 60 



7,533 95 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



% cts 
3,251,880 17 

11,099 37 



8,843 07 



2,977 55 

1,178 85 

279 69 



252 83 



2,840 32 
257 54 

374 91 
3,000 00 

4,882 95 
4,414 78 
7,000 00 

6,308 09 

16,728 32 
1,895 14 



2,753 75 



5,002 24 
3,274 37 



222,781 46 3,335,243 94 



Lapsed. 



$ cts, 
1,974,245 94 

10,256 48 



191 52 



1,250 00 
35,944 44 
48,000 00 
8,500 00 
7,500 00 
12,000 00 
12,000 00 



5,186 29 

605 88 

293 16 

1,500 00 

1,145 20 



297 81 
4,930 41 



26 68 

128 88 

81 

138 19 



1,808 21 

4,915 64 

1,-22 10 

34,353 43 

3,448 72 



!, 170,089 79 



90 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



]Sn lances. 



Brought forward 



Miscellaneous —Continued. 

Temperance Act 

Consolidation of the Statutes 

Compensation for injuries, Mounted Police 

Mounted Police barracks 

Survey, Lakes Superior and Huron 

Niagara Falls Commission ■ 

Hon. Mr. Fabre's salary and contingencies 

Picture of Confederation 

Litigated matters 

British Association 

Compensation to Prince Edward Island merchants 

Ontario boundary 

do printing papers 

Hudson's Bay Expedition 

Circumpolar observations 

Evidence concerning the Public Accounts .. 

Publishing decisions, British North America Act , 

.Refund of bank imposts , 

Chinese Commission 

Pacific Railway Commission , 

Royal Society 

Steamer "Princess Louise," burial expenses 

do do gratutity to families 

do " Newfield, " gratuity to widow of late John Bowes 

" Parliamentary Companion " 

Fisheries exhibition... ^ 

Returns to Parliament , 

Counsel re Halifax Commission 

do Jos. Doutre 

J. C. Poper, translating 

Thos. Townsend, gratuity for injuries 

Printing Commission ~ 

Refund of North- West Territories Revenue 

Province of Nova Scotia Debt . 

Collection of Revenues : — 

Customs , 

Excise 

Liquor License Act 

Weights and measures . ., 

Inspection of staples , 

Adulteration of food 

Culling timber , 

Post Office 

Railways — Intercolonial . 

do P. E. Island 

do Windsor Branch 

do Eastern Extension 

Canals— Collection of tolls ..... 

do Maintenance and repairs 

Slides and Booms— Collection of dues 

do Maintenance and repairs 

Telegraph Lines — P. E.Island 

do St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces 

do Steamer "Newfield" 

do Manitoba and North- West Territories .... 

do British Columbia , 

do and Signal Seivice generally 

Agent and contingencies, Public Works, British Columbia 

Dominion lands 

Minor revenues , , 



Unprovided 



$ cts. 
5,781 46 



Carried 

forward to 

1885-86. 



$ cts 
3,335,243 94 



1,757 28 
11,688 19 



6 96 



1,186 78 



3,982 91 



2,005 58 



106 93 
1,178 32 



2,637 45 

5,500 00 

23,853 70 

779 79 



524 70 
4,703 61 



3,239 20 



132 00 
1,000 00 

208 72 
3,630 50 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 
2,170,089 79 



1,072 40 



683 65 

4,000 00 
3,810 26 
2,112 95 
5,965 47 



3,490 92 

185 00 

544 18 



117 25 

775 00 
200 00 



691 07 



24,000 00 
12,399 07 




75 00 




120 00 




864 00 




2,400 00 




4 b5 




1,508 66 
4,591 71 


8,210 43 


59,962 17 


3,966 73 


2,152 04 
51 92 




21,220 00 
4,181 06 




353,969 73 

15,183 05 

5,511 20 




649 83 




52,940 29 

1,008 48 

8,008 21 

53 34 




1,400 64 
4,222 82 




6,623 15 




1,314 69 




4,303 44 
4,412 08 




989,315 26 


2,205,915 10 



c 


do 


1,487 53 


do 


d 


do 


220,840 00 


do 


e 


do 


35 00 


do 


f 


do 


597 56 


do 


h 


do 


20 00 


do 



NOTES OF PAGE 93. 

a Refunds— $ 4,915 22 has been deducted from expenditure of previous years. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
b Although not estimated for, Act 47 Vic, cap. 8, provides for the expenditure made on the Indian 

town and Paspebiac Branches. 
g $1,210.61 in Public Accounts should be Canals. 

Payments (See Public Accounts) $50,873,025 40 

Unprovided items of 1883-84 676,529 44 

Refunds of previous years. » 227,895 31 

$51,780,450 15 



92 



AUDITOR QNERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Expenditure of the Year 1884-85, 



Estimates 

under 

Statute. 



$ cts. 
7,661,416 07 

""*62*b0O*OO 

1,197,778 66 
224,266 66 
586,670 00 



339,320 00 



950 00 



67, If 6 12 
200,000 00 



6,600 00 



126,533 33 



150,000 00 



4,000 00 



3,525,000 00 
8,800 00 



34,820,304 29 



Supply, 
1884-5. 



cts. 



169,123 15 



952,414 00 
41,010 00 
15,000 00 
298,794 20 
343,062 50 
115,750 00 

64,500 00 
30,000 00 
575,841 00 
62,000 00 
28,979 80 



470,300 00 
1,126,255 00 



2,225,515 00 
134,100 00 
260,440 00 
231 000 CO 
527,708 00 
109,500 00 
25,000 00 
6,250 00 
777,229 46 



394,751 18 

798,815 00 
313,295 00 



81,700 00 

3,000 00 

15,000 00 

71,800 00 

2,471,566 00 

2,730,000 00 

479,072 00 

181,460 34 

151,703 00 

7,000 00 



847,200 00 



48,980,825 13 



9,116,175 00 



2,665,635 00 

1,067,339 78 

300,000 00 



30,285,284 41 



Supplement- 
ary Supply, 
1884-85. 



% cts. 



5,911 24 



4,000 00 

1,510 30 

76,639 90 



40,618 33 



25,847 88 



300,000 00 

2,266 66 

1,700,000 00 



43,500 00 
7,000 00 



324,850 00 



203,967 69 

2,442 00 

565 00 

60 000 00 



20,930 42 
77,086 87 
29,030 00 
10,000 00 
30,400 00 



432,832 38 
16,000 00 

699,384 46 
60,000 00 
33,880 00 
13,600 00 
20,572 66 



30,000 00 



676,529 44 



5,246,315 99 



Balances 

from 
1883-84. 



$ cts. 



1,500 00 
1,980 81 

23,802 63 

3,050 42 

19,065 36 

10,687 38 



5,617 79 



313,279 94 
26,220 13 



10,204 29 
23,637 55 
13,507 59 
106 72 
31,981 07 
3,198 07 



Transfers. 



46,659 99 



6,159 35 



316,100 86 

65,210 05 

4,332 80 

927 73 



447,258 07 

76,267 06 

1,175,051 15 



154,549 22 



2,834,157 96 



$ cts. 



Total 
Estimates. 



Service. 



18,324 66 



19,324 66 



$ cts- 

7,661,416 07 

169,123 15 

62,000 00 

1,197,778 66 
1,182,591 90 
627,680 00 
19,000 00 
300,304 50 
760,522 40 
117,730 81 

129,870 96 

33,050 42 

620,754 24 

72,687 38 

96,165 92 

200,000 00 

770,300 00 

1,197,739 45 

1,700,000 00 

2,816,745 80 

160,320 13 

386,973 33 

284,704 29 

558,345 55 

293,007 59 

25,106 72 

10,250 00 

1,131,060 53 

3,525,000 00 

654,178 76 

801,257 00 

313,860 00 

66,159 35 

81,700 00 

3,000 00 

15,000 00 

71,800 00 

2,492,496 42 

3,123,187 73 

573,312 05 

195,793 14 

183.030 73 

7,000 00 

34,820,304 29 

1,727,290 45 

91,267 06 

10,990,610 61 

60,000 00 

33,880 00 

13,600 00 

2,840,756 88 

1,067,339 78 

330,000 CO 

19,324 66 

676,529 44 



Interest on Public Debt ... 
Charges of Management.. 
Premiums, Discounts and 

Exchange 

Sinking Funds 

Civil Government 

Justice 

Police 

Penitentiaries... 

Legislation 

Geological Survey and 

Observatories 

Arts, Agricul. and Statis. 

Census 

Immigration & Quarantine 

Marine Hospitals 

Pensions 

Superannuations 

Mounted Police .. 

Militia 

North- West Insurrection- 
Pub. Works and Buildings 

Railways and Canals 

Mail Subsidies, &c 

Ocean and River Service.. 
Lighthouse and Coast Ser. 

Fisheries . 

Steamboat Inspection 

Insurance Inspection 

Indians 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Miscellaneous , 

Charges on Revenue — 

Customs 

Excise 

Liquor License Act 

Weights and Measures.. 

Inspection of Staples- 
Adulteration of Food... 

Culling Timber.^ 

Post Office 

Railways 

Canals 

Public Works 

Dominion Lands 

Minor Revenues. 

Redemption of Debt 

Intercolonial Ry.— -Capital 
P. E. I. Railway do 

Pacific do do 

Short Line do do 

Eastern Ex. do do 

Railways Generally do 
Canals do 

Public Works do 

Dominion Lands do 
Ontario & Quebec Special 

Account 

Uuptovided Items, 1833-84 



87,365,908 15 



«, c, d, e,/ t h, b, g. For Notes, see preceeding page. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS. 



93 



Compared with the Estimates. 



Expenditure. 



$ Ct8. 

9,419,482 19 
232,641 02 

170,987 77 
1,563,194 84 
1,139,495 49 

627,252 56 
18,953 14 

287,551 67 

649,538 35 

115,841 42 

86,322 16 

6,059 44 

506,408 01 

55,391 28 

89,879 38 

203,636 21 

564,249 64 

1,009,906 45 

1,697,851 32 

2,273,393 95 

86,026 44 

261,778 89 

280,275 58 

532,446 12 

273,174 78 

23,211 58 

10,223 32 

1,138,572 85 

3,959,326 91 

479,660 05 

791,537 91 

309,268 29 

2,230 45 

84,977 93 

847 96 

14,948 08 

50,580 00 

2,488,315 36 

2,749,710 53 

g 519,721 93 

g 179,150 30 

178,727 29 

2,587 92 

2,507,699 02 

a 1,200,278 30 

c 78,444 09 

d 10,121,121 53 

49,587 45 

2,055 92 



e 1,504.656 47 
h 182,326 29 
/ 304,190 22 

19-, 324 66 
676,5*9 44 



51,780,450 15 



Balances 

carried to 

1885-6. 



$ cts. 



80 00 



46 86 

6,170 81 

62,861 18 

1,964 85 

22,800 12 

26,483 81 

122,579 46 

13,730 36 



206,050 36 
182,696 86 

405,'028*3J 
62,145 85 



4,688 92 
22,770 60 
23,036 4 J 

1,895 14 



2,753 75 
109,079*42 



Lapsed 
Balances. 



1,508 e6 

4,591 71 

59,962 17 



2,152 04 

51 92 

21,220 00 

4,181 06 

374,663 98 

53,690 12 

22,631 33 

4,303 44 

4,412 08 



558,012 61 
8,280 46 

927,019 08 
10,412 55 
33,880 00 
13,600 00 

300,629 18 

281,540 09 
25,809 78 



Cts. 



58,625 56 

1,780 98 



6,582 02 
16,035 40 

1,500 00 

20,570 68 

1,507 17 



3,565 74 
6,529 93 



4,802 81 
2,148 68 

152,319 87 
14,323 20 

125,194 44 
8,730 53 
5,228 22 



267 88 

69 } "596"25 

8,210 43 



Unprovided 



$ cts. 

"63,'iii'H 



1,609 15 



10 00 

1,575 46 



8,233 23 



13,996 36 
2,175 36 



8,990 74 
2,099 29 
3,203 60 



Expenditure under 
Statute. 



Less than 
Estimated. 



cts. 



7,000 00 



32,097 47 
"*i78*00 



More than 
Estimated. 



SB cts. 
1,758,066 12 



108,987 77 
365,416 18 



1,353 54 



333 33 



7,533 95 
'**6"96 



3,277 93 



24,557 49 

4,592 51 

21,197 10 



1,040,581 40 
603,473 40 



3,989,315 26 



2,205,915 10 



1,186 78 



5,988 49 



2,893 26 

50 00 

78,727 10 



2,055 92 

Sjrio'iS 



233,241 62 



243 39 
3,636 21 



434,326 91 
4,150 00 



b 52,664 69 



32,352,314 07 



2,728,844 81 



Total 
Estimates. 



$ cts. 

7,661,416 07 

169,123 15 

62,000 00 

1,197,778 66 

1,182,591 90 

627,680 00 

19,000 00 

300,304 50 

760,522 40 

117,730 81 

129,870 96 

33,050 42 

620,754 24 

72,687 38 

96,165 92 

200,000 00 

770,300 00 

1,197,739 45 

1,700,000 00 

2,816,745 80 

160,320 13 

386,973 33 

284,704 29 

558,345 55 

293,007 59 

25,106 72 

10,250 00 

1,134,060 53 

3,525,000 00 

654,178 76 

801,257 00 

313,860 00 

66,159 35 

81,700 00 

3,000 00 

16,000 00 

71,800 00 

2,492,496 42 

3,123,187 73 

573,312 05 

195,793 14 

183,030 73 

7,000 00 

34,820,304 29 

1,727,290 45 

91,267 06 

10,990,610 61 

60,000 00 

33,880 00 

13,600' 00 

2.840,756 88 

1,067,339 78 

330,000 00 

19,324 66 
676,529 44 



87,365,908 15 



3— I* 



JAMES PATTERSON, Assistant Auditor 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT-1884-5. 



PART II 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



3—1** 



ii AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



EXECUTIVE REGULATIONS. 



I have thought it advisable to collect for reference several Orders in Council 
relating to economy in public expenditure, which are frequently quoted in the follow- 
ing pages. J. L. McDOUGALL, A, G. 

Powers of Attorney. 

Rules prescribed by the Treasury Board, under sanction of the Governor General in 
Council, in reference to the mode of Acquittal of Warrants for the payment of money 
by the Government of Canada, 

1. No officer in the Civil Service shall, under any circumstances, be permitted 
to act as attorney for the receipt of public moneys. 

2. No power of attorney will be recognized, received or acted upon by the 
Receiver-General which is not printed, and of the form to be obtained from the 
office of the Receiver-General, under which only payment can be made, and such 
power will operate as to any sum of money due only by the Government at the date 
of the power of attorney. 

3. No powers of attorney will be received by the Government for the pay- 
ments of moneys on warrants which partake of the character of an assignment of 
the moneys to another party or purport to be irrevocable or are in " any respects 
qualified" 

4. General powers of attorney, authorizing the receipt of money due, or which 
may become due after its date, by which any chartered bank or agent of a chartered 
bank, or any private individual, is constituted the attorney, will be received and 
acted upon if printed, and of the special form to b3 obtained from the office of the 
Receiver-General; and in the event of the power being to the agont of a chartered 
baDk, the bank must declare itself, by a proper instrument in writing, responsible for 
the acts of such agent, in respect to the receipts of moneys thereunder. 

It is, however, optional with the party executing any power of attorney to a 
bank or agent of a bank or any private individual, prior to the execution, to erase 
the words " or may hereafter become due." 

5. All powers of attorney must be signed in the presence of a witness. 

6. In case of the death of the person in whose behalf payment is claimed, the 
probate of will or other proof that the applicant is entitled to receive the money, 
must -be furnished on application for such payments. 

Blank forms of powers of attorney may be obtained from the office of the 
Receiver-General and at all the branches of the Bank of Montreal. 
By order of the Board. 
Treasury, Ottawa, February 1, 1870. 

Accounts for Advertising. 

Order in Council, December 17, 1875.— On a memorandum from the Hon. Mr. 
Mackenzie, on the subject of Departmental advertising, proposing a scheme for adop- 
tion as absolutely necessary to prevent the recurrence of abuses which seem insepar- 
able from isolated action, and an inefficient audit by those Departmental officers who 
may not have the means of ascertaining facts necessary to an accurate correction of 
advertising accounts. 

Mr. Mackenzie states that if this scheme is adopted, he recommends that the 
Secretary of State shall at once communicate with each Department information of 
the mode of proceeding for the future. 

The Committee advise that the scheme and recommendation submitted be 
Adopted. Certified. W. A. HIMS WORTH, C.P.C, 

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4 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. II 

= 

Memorandum referred to above. — With a view to similarity of action by the various 
Departments in respect of orders and accounts for advertising, it is recommended 
that all such orders as are issued at the Seat of Government be given through the- j 
Queen's Printer, and that the Queen's Printer certify to the accounts before payment. ! 

The copy to be sent to the Queen's Printer, accompanied by Ministerial direc- 
tions, naming the papers in which the advertisement is to be published, specifying ! 
whether in the daily or weekly issue, and the number of insertions in each paper 
respectively. 

On receipt of these instructions the Queen's Printer to procure the printing by 
the contractors of a sufficient number of copies to enable him to furnish duplicates to 
the papers indicated. These to be forwarded by him to the publishers, accompanied 
by an intimation of the number of lines to which the advertisement is to be limited, 
himself establishing the space on a proper estimate of the solid matter of the notice, 
with a moderate allowance for purposes of display j and accompanied also by an 
instruction to the publishers to render the accounts to him, with a copy of the order 
attached, and with marked copies of the papers in which advertisements are printed. 

The Queen's Printer to ascertain the established tariffs for advertising of the 
several papers on the list ; and on receipt of the accounts, certify to the same in 
accordance with these rates, and to transmit the accounts for payment to the 
Departments from which the orders issued, having first satisfied himself that publi- 
cation has been had as directed. 

Accounts for advertising required by the outside services to bo also rendered 
with the orders, and marked copies of the publications, to the Queen's Printer, and 
the advertisements to be by him measured, certified to, and transmitted for payment 
in accordance with the rules which obtain for advertisements issued at the Seat of 
Government. 

The Queen's Printer to keep with each paper, accounts of th e advertisements 
directed to be published in it, under the different Departmental headings, so as at all 
times to show the state of each account. A. MACKENZIE. 



Printing, not under Contract. 

Order in Council, November 2, 1884,— The Board had under consideration a 
letter from the Auditor-General referring to the discussion in the Public Accounts 
Committee respecting public printing done otherwise than by the contractors, and 
requesting a ruling from the Treasury Board thereon. 

The Board, on careful consideration of the subject, recommend to Council that 
whenever printing is done by others than the contractors, the rates to be charged 
should be the current rates for work of the same magnitude at the place where the 
printing is performed. Certified. JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 

Stationery Office. 

Order in Council, November 17, 1877. — The Committee of Council have had 
under consideration the items in the Public Accounts under the head of Depart- 
mental Contingencies, from which it appears that considerable sums are disbursed 
by the several Departments for books, maps and stationery, outside of the Stationery 
Branch. They are of opinion that those articles could be purchased more cheaply 
through the Stationery Branch than by the system now pursued. They therefore 
recommend that hereafter those articles be purchased through the Government 
Stationery Office, by requisition from the Minister or Deputy Minister of each 
Department, and that the Stationery Office be directed to procure the articles when 
not kept in stock. Certified. W. A. H1MSWOBTH, C.P.C. 

Order in Council, October 8, 1880. — On a memorandum dated October 2, 1880, 
from the Secretary of State, stating that it has been represented to him that the 
practice occasionally prevails in the Departments of ordering or purchasing stationery 
otherwise than through the Stationery Office — the accounts for which (accompanied 



li DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



by the orders for the same) are thereafter presented to the Clerk of the Stationery 
Office for payment. 

That, as it is impossible that the prices of the articles thus ordered can be pro- 
perly checked, and as the practice appears to him (the Minister) to be otherwise 
objectionable, he recommends that it be discontinued, and that it be the duty hence- 
forth of the Clerk in charge of the Stationery Office to refuse to pay any accounts for 
articles which have not been ordered through him. Certified. J. O. COTE, O.P.G 

Order in Council, July 24, 1882. — The Board had under consideration a letter 
from the Auditor- General in connection with the purchase of stationery, &c, at 
Victoria, B.C., for the use of officers of the Dominion Government in that Province. 

The Board recommend that the Order in Council of November IT, 18*77, be 
amended, and that power be given to officers in British Columbia to purchase 
stationery at Victoria, and to officers in other Provinces, excepting Ontario and 
Quebec, to purchaso mucilage and ink, viz. : at St. John, Halifax, Charlottetown and 
Winnipeg. Approved. JOHN J. McGEE, CP.C. 

Advertising in Pamphlets. 

Order in Council, April 16, 1880.— The Committee of Council have had under 
consideration the subject of advertising in pamphlets, and the question of the sub- 
scription by Departments to books, and they recommend : — 

(1.) That no advertisements be authorized in connection with the publication of 
any pamphlet or book whatever, save only that, where any Department of the Gov- 
ernment causes to be published a pamphlet or book, the Head of such Department 
may cause to be inserted therein such advertisements connected with his own Depart- 
ment as he thinks expedient in the public service. 

(2.) That as regards subscriptions to books, no Department be allowed to sub- 
scribe for or purchase any book whatever unless such book be deemed by the Head 
of the Department one which will be useful for reference in the administration of 
the Department, and that not more than four copies shall be taken in any such case. 

The Committee further recommend that the foregoing Minute be published in 
the Canada Gazette for the information of the public. Certified. J. O. COTE, C.P,C. 

Order in Council, November 1, 1881. — Ordered that the Immigration Branch of 
the Dept. of Agriculture be excepted from the provisions of O.C., April 16, 1880, 
relative to the purchase of pamphlets, books, or other publications, and that the same 
rule of exception be applied to advertisements. J. O. COTI3, CP.C. 

Legal Services. 

Order in Council, April 12, 18*79. — On a report dated April 2, 18*79, from the 
Hon. Minister of Justice, stating that it has been represented by the Auditor- 
General that it would facilitate the business of his office were an Order in Council 
passed making it necessary that the accounts rendered by any legal agent employed 
professionally by any of the Departments of the Government should bo submitted to 
the Department of Justice for examination and approval before payment. 

That at present the practice of the Departments appears to be to submit such 
accounts to the Department of Justice before paying the same, but no formal Order 
in Council exists on the subject. 

That an Order in Council does exist providing that all accounts for printing and 
advertising are to be certified by the Queen's Printer before payment. 

That he, the Minister, thinks that it would be proper that a formal Order should 
be passed with respect to legal agents. He recommends, therefore, that it be 
ordered that the accounts rendered by legal gentlemen employed professionally by 
any of the Departments of the Government be submitted to the Department of 
Justice for examination and approval before payment, and that a copy of the Order 
be transmitted to each of the Departments of the Government. 

Certified. W. A. HIMSWORTH, CP.C. 



AUDITOR general's report, 1884-5. ii 



Gratuities. 

Order in Council, Feb. 1, 1868. — As frequent instances occur of the death of 
officers in the service of the Government, leaving their families in circumstances of 
great and immediate want, and destitute of means to defray the expenses of illness 
and funeral, the Committee respectfully advise that in all cases of the decease of an 
officer of the Government on the permanent list a gratuity equal to his salary be 
paid to his widow or orphan children, or to such members of his family or household 
as Your Excellency may approve, for two months from the day of his decease. 

Salaries. 

Order in Council, Feb. 9, 1875, — On a memorandum dated Feb. 9, 1875, from the 
Hon, the Minister of Finance, reporting that there appears to be a want of uniformity 
in the manner of paying the salaries of deceased officers — that in some cases the 
salary is paid to the day of death, and in others the salary of the month in which 
the officer died is paid. He therefore recommends that for the future the whole 
month's salary be paid in all cases. The Committee submit the above recommenda- 
tion for Your Excellency's approval. Certified. W. A. HIMSWOETH, C.P.C. 

Order in Council, July 29, 18*71. — On a report, dated July 29, 1871, from the 
Minister of Finance, stating that considerable inconvenience having arisen from 
Orders in Council making promotions and other changes in the Civil Service, and 
granting superannuation allowances, not naming the time from which they shall 
count, and it being desirable that, excepting for special reasons, such changes shall 
always count from the first day of some month, and recommending that it be estab- 
lished as a general rule that unless some other date is specially named in the Order 
in Council, all such changes shall be held to count from the first day of the month next 
succeeding the date of the said Order. The Committee submit the above recom- 
mendation for Your Excellency's approval. Approved. 

Order in Council, May 23, 1882. — On the recommendation of the Minister of 
Finance, the Committee advise that payment of salaries to members of the Civil 
Service be made on and from the 1st of June, 1882, and thereafter continuously on 
the 1st day of every succeeding month. JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 

Order in Council, Nov. 24, 1883. — The Treasury Board submit for the favorable 
consideration of Council that in cases of promotion the promotion shall be to the 
next immediate class above the one in which the officer is who is to be advanced. 

JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 



Superannuation. 

Order in Council, Jan. 7, 1884. — The Board had under consideration the fact that 
several recommendations to place temporary officers on the permanent list have been 
referred to them for report. 

The Board, in compliance with the law, have recommended favorably on the 
cases submitted to them, but at the same time the Board have to direct the notice of 
Council to the fact that placing these officers on the permanent list has the effect of 
bringing them under the operation of the Superannuation Act, and that hitherto no 
provision has been made for payment of abatements on the pay of theso officers while 
temporarily employed, although their temporary service counts on retirement. 

The Board now recommend to Council that from and after the 1st inst. it shall 
be optional with temporary officers, on receiving permament appointments, to place 
themselves, as far as regards their temporary services, under the operations of the 
Superannuation Act; but that in the cabes where officers desire to avail themselves 
of this privilege, the Board are of opinion that abatements should be paid on their 
past temporary salaries since the Superannuation Act came into force, when the 
officers have served for so long back ; otherwise, from the commencement of their 
temporary services. 



ii DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



The Board further recommend that, as the immediate payment of abatements on 
past salaries would, in many cases, involve considerable hardship, a period of six 
months be allowed for paying the same, the deduction to be made in six equal parts, 
to be taken from each monthly pay for the first six months of the permanent 
appointments. Certified. JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 

Treasury Board, Ottawa, Dec. 7, 1883. 
Sir, — I am directed by the Treasury Board to call your attention to your 
letter of October 9, 1882, on the subject of the reconsideration of cases of 
superannuations of Public Servants, as published in the Book of the Eules, &c, of 
the Civil Service, page 52, and to state that many references are now made to the 
Board from the several Departments, recommending the postponement of the dates of 
superannuations as established by Council on the report of the Treasury Board, and 
to ask whether, under any circumstances, superannuations once established by Coun- 
cil may be re-opened — always presuming that no clerical errors have been made. 

Your obedient servant, 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. J> M. COURTNEY, Sec. Treasury Board. 

Dept. of Justice, Ottawa, Dec. 12, 1883. 

Sir, — I have the honor to .acknowlege your letter of the Yth, asking whether, 
under any circumstances, superannuation once established by Council may be 
re-opened — always presuming that no clerical error has been made. 

The Superannuation Act provides that under the circumstances mentioned 
therein the Governor in Council may grant to a person who has served in an estab- 
lished capacity in the Civil Service a superannuation allowance, and that the Order in 
Council made in the case shall be laid before Parliament. If the grant was made by 
Letters Patent, the latter could not be cancelled by authority of an Order in Council, 
except they had been issued in the name of the wrong party, or contained a clerical 
error or misnomer, or wrong description of a material fact. (See 38 Vic, cap. 13). 
As the grant in the case of a member of the Civil Service is made by an Order in 
Council, I am of opinion that in practice it would be well to adhere to the same rule 
and not to cancel or amend the Order in Council, except in cases mentioned in the 
Act referred to (38 Vic, cap. 13). Your obedient servant, 
The Secretary, Treasury Board. GEO. W. BURBIDGE, D.M.J. 

Special Qualifications. 

Treasury Board, Ottawa, Nov. 13, 1883. 

Sir, — I have been directed by the Hon. the Treasury Board to call your atten- 
tion to the 5th sub-section of section 7 of 46 Victoria, chap. 7 (C. S. Act), wherein 
it is stated that " In the case of attorneys, barristers, engineers, architects, actu- 
" aries and land surveyors, the examination may be dispensed with on a report 
" from the Deputy Head, concurred in by the Head of the Department, that it is not 
" necessary;" and in connection therewith I have to call your attention to the Han- 
sard of last Session, page 1035, when in reply to an observation from Mr. Ross, of 
Middlesex, Sir Hector Langevin stated that these gentlemen are employed in the 
Service in the practice of their professions, and therefore an examination would not 
be required, as they had already passed technical examinations before their admis- 
sion into the ranks of their professions. 

I have now to ask whether, in case any of these professional gentlemen are 
employed in a Department where their professional attainments are not required, as, 
for instance, a barrister in the Finance Department, the spirit of the Act would 
allow of the examination being waived. Your obedient servant, 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. J. M. COURTNEY, Sec. Treasury Board. 

Dept. op Justice, Ottawa, Nov. 15, 1883. 
Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication of 
the 13th instant, in which you call attention to sub-section 5 of section 7 of 46 Vic- 



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toria, chapter 7, wherein it is stated that, " In the case of attorneys, barristers, 
engineers, architects, actuaries and land surveyors, the examination may be dis- 

?ensed with, on a report from the Deputy Head, concurred in by the Head of the 
>epartment, that it is not necessary." 

An opinion is requested as to whether, in case any of these professional gentle- 
men are employed in a Department where their professional attainments are not 
required, as, for instance, a barrister in the Finance Department, the spirit of the Act 
will allow of the examination being dispensed with. 

I am of opinion that the spirit of the Act does not allow of the examination 
being dispensed with in the case mentioned, but that the examination can be dis- 
pensed with only in cases where the duties to be performed by the officer seeking 
promotion are those connected with his profession as an attorney, barrister, engineer, 
architect, actuary or land surveyor. Your obedient servant, 

The Deputy Minister of Finance. GEO. W. BURBIDGE, D.M.J 

Travelling Expenses. 

Order in Council, Sept. 8, 1871. — The Committee of Council have had under 
consideration an extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board held 
Sept. 7, recommending that the following rules be adopted for the payment of 
removal allowances to Government employees, and they respectfully advise that the 
recommendations therein submitted be approved and adopted : — 

" Removal Allowances. — No removal allowance can be granted except on report 
of the Treasury Board . No removal allowance is to be granted if the salary is 
increased, except in special cases, and on a report of the Head of the Department. 
A removal allowance is not to exceed the actual cost on account rendered." 



Order in Council, Nov. 29, 1882.— Ordered, that the Order in Council of May 
6, 1876, governing travelling expenses, be modified, and that from July 1, 1882, with 
the exception of the Major General commanding the militia, and the judges who are 
otherwise provided for, there be paid to all officers travelling on public service in 
the Dominion, except in those parts hereafter specified, over and above the actual 
moving expenses, an uniform rate of $3.50 per diem — the days of leaving and arriv- 
ing to be counted as full days — and that for those officers who may be called upon to 
travel in British Columbia, Manitoba, the North-West Territories or out of Canada, 
the rate be $5 per diem. Certified. JOHN J. McGEE. 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



tf 



Interest on Public Debt. 



Payable in London — 
Province of Canada Consolidated 5 p. c. Loan- 

£ year to January 1st, 1885, on 

do July 1st, 1885, on..., » ,.... 



New Brunswick 6 p. c. Loans— 
1 year to March 11th, 1885, on. 
do April 1st, 1885, on .... 
do July 1st, 1885, on... .. 



Nova Scotia 6 p. c. Loan — 
1 year to July 1st, 1885, on . 

British Columbia 6 p. c. Loan- 
1 year to April 1st, 1885, on. 



Dominion Guaranteed 4 p. c. Loans— 
lyear to April 1st, 1885, on Intercolonial Railway 



do do 

do do 

do do 

i year to Oct. 1st, 1884 
do April 1st, 1885 



Loan, 1869 
Rupert's Land Loan, 1873 
on Loan, 1873 

do 1875 

do 1878 

do 1878 



Dominion Unguaranteed 4 p. c. Loans — 

1 year to April 1st, 1885, on Loan, 1874. 

do do 1875. 

do do 1876 

do do 1878- 



'79. 



Dominion 5 p. c. Loan, Intercolonial Railway — 
1 year to April 1st, 1885, on 



Dominion 3& p. c Loan, 1884 — 
1 year to June l8t, 1885, on ... 



Total Interest payable in London, 



Paid by Baring Bros. & Co 

do Glyn, Mills & Co ., 

do Crown Agent for the Colonies. 



Payable in Canada — 
Province of Canada 5 p. c. Debentures, 22 Vic, c. 
and 14— 
$ year to Oct. 8th, 1884, on 



84 



Principal. 



$ cts. 



31,373,629 14 
31,356,595 20 



9,733 34 

243,333 33 

4,121,580 00 

1,082,833 33 

486,666 67 



7,300,000 00 

1,460 000 00 

7,300.000 00 

7,300,000 00 

7,300,000 00 

8,273,333 33 



19,466,666 67 

4,866,666 67 

12,166,666 67 

21,900,000 00 



2,433,333 34 
24,333,333 33 



3,397,859 44 

3,053,044 95 

29,200 00 



Interest. 



$ cts. 



784,340 71 
783,914 87 



584 00 

14,600 00 

247,294 80 



292,000 00 

58,400 GO 

292,000 00 

292,000 00 

146,000 00 

165,466 66 



778,666 66 
194,666 67 
486,666 67 



Nova Scotia 6 p. c. Loan, 27 Vic, c. 6— 
£ year to Jan. 1st, 1885, on 



New Brunswick 6 p. c. Loan— 
1 year to July 1st, 1885, on 



Dominion of Canada 6 p. c. Loan, 31 Vic, c. 4 — 

1 year to March 31st, 1885, on , 

Dominion 4 p. c. Currency Loan of 1883— 

£ year to Nov. 1, 1884, on $22,000 Debentures 

do May 1, 1885, on $272,200 do 

Broken periods, on $21,800 Debentures 

1 year to May 1, 1885, on $955,000 Inscribed Stock. 

Broken periods, on $123,000 Inscribed Stock 

A Stock, 6 p. c— 

1 year to Mar. 31, 1885, on $8,000 ,.. 

Stocks, at 5 p. c — 

A, 1 year to April 30, 1885, on $436,576.81 



Carried forward. 



700 00 
951,920 01 
122,900 00 
538,000 00 



440 00 

5,444 00 

541 69 

38,200 00 

1,793 07 



6,480,104 39 



17 50 

28,557 60 

7,374 00 

32,280 00 



46,418 76 

480 00 

21,828 79 



136,956 65 



Total. 



$ cts. 

1,568,255 58 

262,478 80 
64,970 00 

29,200 00 



1,245,* 



2,336,000 00 
121,666 68 

851,666 67 



6,480,104 39 



6,480,104 



10 



AT3DITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Interest on Public Debt. 



Brought forward 

Payable in Canada— 

B, i year to Oct, 31, 1884, on $2,277,200 

do April 30, 1885, on $2,233,600 

Broken periods, on $110,000 Stock redeemed. 



Less— Cheques drawn for dividends, 1875 to 
1884, and cancelled , 



, 1 year to April 30, 1885, on $61,616.01... 
, Interest paid Speyer Bros. — 

\ year to Oct. 31, 1884, on $1,301,555.20. 
do April 30, 1885, on 1,273,260.75, 



Sayings Banks, Interest on Deposits, at 4 p. c- 

Post Office. 

Toronto 

Winnipeg 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick „ 

British Columbia 

Prince Edward Island 



Indian Fund — 
1 year's int. to June 30, 1885, on balance June 30, 1884- 
6 p. c. on $1,116,186. 95 , 



5 do 
4 do 

Less— 4 



655,324.75 , 

1,430,511.46 

p. c. on $36,156.21, paid to Indian 
Account No. 39 from Capital..., 



Arrears of 1882-3 and 1883-4 



Widows' Pensions and Uncommuted Stipends, at5p.c. — 
£ year to Dec. 31, 1884, on balance, June 30, 1884... 
do June 30, 1885, on balance, Dec. 31, 1884..., 

Trust Funds, at 5 p. c. — 
1 year to Jan. 1, 1885, on the following amounts :- 

Common School Fund 

Upper Canada Building Fund , 

Lower Canada Superior Education Fund , 

Upper Canada Grammar School Fund , 



Paid to Treasurer of Ontario, 
do do Quebec. 



Quebec Harbor Sinking Fund, at 4 p. c. — 
1 year to June 30, 1885, on balance, June 30, 1884. 
176 days, Jan. 6 to Jane 30, 1885, on........... 



Funded Debt of 1883, C. P. R. Guar. Deposit, at 4 p. c- 

% year to Aug. 17, 1884, on 

do Feb. 17, 1885, on 



Principal. 



$ cts. 



56,930 00 

55,840 00 

1,202 32 



113,972 32 



1,164 09 



32,538 88 
31,831 52 



57,220 46 
1,446 24 



9,542 27 
9,780 83 



1,645,644 47 

1,472,391 41 

412,314 25 

312,769 04 

136,696 62 
55,459 32 



Quebec Railway Subsidy, at 5 p. c— 
\ year to April 1, 1885, on 

Compensation to Seigniors, at 6 p. a— 

\ year to July 1, 1884, on 

do Jan. 1, 1885 on , 

Broken period on rights redeemed 



Seignorial Indemnity to Townships, at 5 p. c— 
Hope— 95 days to Oct. 3, 1884, on 



do 271 do June 30, 1885 on. 
Carried forward 



136,474 61 
8,886 37 



15,286,497 90 
14,617,227 86 

2,394,000 00 

192,131 00 
189,369 33 



1,500 00 
1,300 00 



Interest. 



$ cts, 
136,956 65 



112,808 23 
3,080 78 



64,370 40 



539,560 51 
30,069 53 
25,351 61 
268,481 93 
176,298 58 
61,027 11 
84,478 25 



66,971 09 
32,766 24 



55,774 22 
1,079 56 



Total. 



238 56 
244 52 



82,282 22 
73,619 57 
20,615 70 
15,638 45 



192,155 94 



5,458 98 
171 39 



305,729 96 
292,344 56 



5,763 93 

5,681 08 

127 02 



19 52 
48 35 



67 87 



$ cts, 
6,480,104 39 



317,216 06 



1,185,267 52 



156,591 11 



483 08 



192,155 



5,630 3f 

598,074 52 
59,850 00 

11,572 03 



9,006,945 02 






11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



11 



Interest on Public Debt. 



Brought forward 

Pagable in Canada — 
Seignorial Indemnity to Townships, at 5 p.c. — Con. 

Port Daniel, East — 1 year to June 30, 1885, on 

Port Daniel, West do do 

York do do 



R. 



Dunsmuir, 1 year's interest to Feb. 28, 1885, at 
4 p. c, on $250,000, deposit as security for con- 
struction of Railway and Telegraph Lines, B.C.... 
Caledonia Insurance Co.— 41 days interest, June 28, 
to Aug. 8, 1883, at 3 p. c. on deposit, $22,873.33. .. 
Bank of Montreal, London — 

Interest on Current Account 

Temporary Loans — 
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co.— Interest on advance on 
Loan Account — 
Between Nov. 1, 1884, and Jan. 29, 1885, at 5 p. c. 
do Jan. 29 and June 30, 1885, at 4 p. c 



Interest on Current Account, 



Baring Bros. & Co.— Interest on advances on Loan 
Account — 
Between Nov. 1, 1884, and Jan. 29, 1885, at 5 p. c... 
do Jan. 29, and June 30, 1885, at 4 p. c 



Less— Interest credited in Account Current. 



London and Westminster Bank, Loan Account — 

4 p. c. for 1 year to Mar. 10, 1885, on 

5 do 28 days, Jan. 1 to 28, 1885, on 

4 do 153 do Jan. 29 to July 1, 1885, on 

4 do 181 do Jan. 1 do 

4 do 106 days, Mar. 17 do overdraft 



Less— Interest on credit balance of Current Account 



Bank of Scotland— 

4 p. c. for 181 days, Jan. 1, to July 1, 1885, on., 
Royal Bank of Scotland — 

4 p. c. for 181 days, Jan. 1 to July 1, 1885, on.., 
Bank of Montreal — 

4 p. c. for 61 days, May 7 to July 8, 1884, on .... 

4 do 122 do Mar. 17 to July 17, 1884, on. 



Principal. 



$ cts. 



950 00 

1,500 00 

500 00 



12,121 57 
30,298 61 



Interest. 



$ cts. 
67 87 



47 50 
75 00 
25 00 



42,420 18 
222 20 



12,244 20 
26,767 83 



2,433,333 33 

4.866.666 67 

4.866.667 67 
486,666 67 

13,096 66 



Bank of British North America — 

4 p. c. for 62 days, May 28 to July 29, 1884, on 

4 do 92 do June 11 to Sept. 11, 1884, on.... 



City and District Savings Bank, Montreal — 
4 p. c. for 172 days, Jan. 9 to June 30, 1885, on, 
4 do 131 do Feb. 19 do 

4 do 108 do Mar. 14 do 



Merchants Bank of Canada — 

4 p. c. for 181 days, Nov. 7, 1884, to May, 1885, on.. 
Imperial Bank — 

4 p. c. for 182 days, Dec. 17, 1884, to June 17, 1885, on 



Total, Interest on Public Debt. 

Sinking Fund- 
Paid by Glyn & Baring 

do Bank of England 

do Crown Agent for the Colonies 



486,666 67 

486,666 67 

1,500,000 00 
3,000,000 00 



973,333 33 
973,333 33 



500,000 00 
250,000 00 
250,000 00 



500,000 00 
250,000 00 



39,012 03 
631 91 



97,333 33 

18,666 65 

81,599 60 

9,653 34 

152 14 



207,405 06 
4,866 67 



10,027 40 
40,110 00 



6,613 33 
9,813 36 



9,424 66 
3,589 05 
2,958 91 



1,400,370 65 

147,946 67 

14,877 52 



Total. 



$ cts. 
9,006,945 02 



215 37 

10,000 00 

77 08 

1,936 34 



42,642 38 



202,538 39 
9,653 34 
9,653 34 

50,137 40 

16,426 69 



9,917 80 
4,986 30 



9,419,482 19 



1,563,194 84 



12 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. H 



9, Victoria Chambers, London, July 2, 1885. 
Sir,— -I have the honor to transmit herewith, for your information, a memor- 
andum respecting the drawing of three cheques by the High Commissioner and my- 
self, in connection with the payment of interest on loan of $6,326,666.67 made to the 
Government of Canada, as follows : — 

In favor of the London and Westminster Bank $108,648 39 

In favor of the Bank of Scotland 9,653 34 

In favor of the Koyal Bank of Scotland 9,653 34 

Total $127,955 07 

I also enclose herewith the drafts and vouchers from the London and Westminster 
Bank, referred to in the concluding paragraph of the memorandum ; and I have to 
request that the unused balance of the credit be cancelled. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 
The Auditor-General. J. M. COUKTNEY, D.M.F. 

Ottawa, July 16, 1885. 
Sir, — I am in receipt of a communication from Mr. Courtney, Dep. Min. of 
Finance, informing me that payment had been made for interest on loan of 
$6,326,666.67, as follows:— 

To London and Westminster Bank $108,648 39 

To Bank of Scotland. 9,65J 34 

To Eoyal Bank of Scotland 9,653 34 

Total $127,^55 07 

Mr. Courtney being absent from London, I have the honor to ask you for a 
statement in detail showing how this amount is made up. Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL,Atf. 
The Manager London & Westminster Bank, London, England. 

London and Westminster Bank, July 28, 1885. 
Sir, — I am in receipt of your favor of 16th inst., and have now the pleasure to 
forward herewith statement of the transactions on the Loan Account and Current 
Account of the Government of the Dominion of Canada with this bank, and statement 
of interest on the loan from Bank of Scotland and Eoyal Bank of Scotland, in 
explanation of the items referred to in your letter. 

With regard to the sum of $13,096.67, entered in the statement as " Overdraft " 
it is made up as follows, viz. : — 

Prepayment of interest on $486,666.67, advanced by 

Union Bank of Scotland $9,653 34 

Discount on $486,666.67, 60 days Bill, 60 days, at 4 per 

cent 3,200 00 

Stamps on $486,666,67, 60 days Bill 243 33 

Total $13,096 67 

. I am, Sir, &c, W. ASHE, Manager. 

The Auditor-General of Canada. 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



13. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER BANK LOAN. 

Summary of Interest Statements rendered by Bank, July 28, 1885. 



To whom paid. 



London and Westminster Bank — 

On $4,866,666.67 

$4,866,666.67 



Less— Allowance. 



Bank of Scotland— 
On $486,666.67. 



Royal Bank of Scotland- 
On $486, 666. 67 



Union Bank of Scotland- 
On $486,666.67 



Time. 


Number 

of 

Days. 


From 


To 


1885. 


1885. 




Jan. 1... 
do 29... 


Jan. 29... 
June 30... 


28 
153 


Jan. 1... 


June 30... 


181 


do 1... 


do 30... 


181 


do 1... 


do 30... 


181 



Rate. 



p. c. 



Add— Discount on draft $486,666.67 $3,200 00 

Bill stamps on draft 243 33 

Interest on over draft 152 14 



Total. 



Interest. 



$ cts. 

18,666 65 
81,599 60 



100,266 25 
4,866 67 



95,399 58 
9,653 34 

9,653 34 

9,653 34 



124,359 60 



3,595 47 



127,955 07 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 4, 1885. 

Sir,— On examining the statement of the Loan and Current Account which 
accompanied your favor of July 28, I find that the interest on the whole loan is made 
to ran from Jan. 1. 

The Deputy Mininter of Finance is now in England, but my recollection of a 
portion of the conversations which I had with him on the subject of this loan is, that 
the drawings from your banks did not all take place on the date of the Treasury 
Bills (Jan. 1), only because you requested that they should not be at sight. There- 
fore, it appears to me that the interest should be charged on each amount from the 
time the payment was made by you. 

I send herewith a statement showing the interest as it seems to mo it should 
stand. Yours respectfully, J. L. MoDOTJGALL, A>Gr. 

Manager London and Westminster Bank. 



14 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER BANK LOAN. 
Summary of Interest Statement rendered, Sept. 4, 1885. 







Date of Maturity. 




January 
do 


1... 

1... 
12... 
13... 
31... 

1... 
28... 
17... 










do 






do 






do 






February 
do 








,, 

















Draft. 



$ cts. 

986,570 67 

973,333 34 
97,333 33 

126,533 33 
1,460,000 00 

243,333 33 
2,293,562 67 

146,000 00 


6,326,666 67 



Days. 



28 
153 
181 
170 
169 
151 
150 
123 
106 



Rate. 



p. c. 

5 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



Add— Discount on $486,668.67 $3,200 00 

Bill stamps 243 33 

Interest on over draft 152 14 



Interest. 



$ cts. 

3,784 10 
16,541 96 
19,306 68 

1,813 32 

2,343 44 
24,159 96 

4,000 01 
30,916 06 

1,696 00 



104,561 53 



3,595 47 



108,157 00 



London and "Westminster Bank, Sept. 16, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 4th inst., in 
reference to the interest on the loans to the Government of Canada. 

In reply, I beg to refer you to the terms of the Order in Council authorizing the 
loan, by which you will see that in accordance with the arrangements made when 
the loan was granted, interest was to begin from the 1st of January last. I had the 
pleasure of seeing both the Minister and Deputy Minister of Finance when they were 
in England lately, and adjusted all items with them, after full explanation regarding 
them. The Deputy Minister sails on Thursday next, and he will doubtless give you 
anv further in formation in reference to the interest, or any other points, you may 
desire. I have, &c, HENRY SMITH, pro Manager. 

The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 19, 1885. 
Sir, — I have the honor to send you herewith copy of correspondence and state- 
ments therein referred to, with London and Westminster Bank, in reference to interest 
on loan to June 30 last. The bank states that all items were adjusted with you 
and the Finance Minister, after full explanation regarding them, and refers me to 
you for any further information on the matter. Would you be kind enough to give 
me such information as soon as convenient. Yours respectfully, 

The Deputy Minister of Finance. J. L. McDOUGALL, A&. 

Finance Dept., Ottawa, Oct. 28, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of Oct. 19, 

respecting the interest paid to the London and Westminster Bank on the loan to the 

Government from that institution, and requesting explanations thereon. I regret 

that haviDg to go through a great accumulation of work, I have been unable until 



ii DETAILS OF EXPDNDITURB. 15 



now to reply. The account in question was adjusted in London this summer, during 
the time the Finance Minister (Sir Leonard Tilley) was there. It was represented 
by the bank that it was an understanding that the interest should be computed in 
the way in which it was settled, and the Minister decided that the bank was entitled 
to consideration. Before, however, a settlement was made, I had an interview with 
the bank officials, the result being that the Board of the bank agreed to allow a sum 
of $4,866.67 as a deduction. This was agreed to by Sir Leonard Tilley, and a settle- 
ment was arrived at on that basis with his sanction. I return the correspondence. 
The Auditor-General. I have, &c, J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 



16 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Premium, Discount and Exchange. 



Premium on Bonds purchased for Sinking Funds — 
$49,153.33 for Consolidated Canadian Loan 

37.486.66 for Loan, 1874 , 

17,520.00 do 1875 

41.366.67 do 1876 

67,160.00 for Loans, 1878-'79 , 



Paid Baring Bros. & Co 

do Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co 

Bank of England- 
Premium on $117,286.67 for Intercolonial Railway Loan. 

do 13, 140. 00 for Rupert's Land Loan 

do 54,993.33 for Guaranteed Loans, 1875-'78.. 



Crown Agent- 
Premium on 



),995,58 for British Columbia Loan. 



Difference in Exchange — 

Baring Bros. & Co., discount on $5,718,333.33 drawn on them 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co., discount on $5,718,333.33 drawn on 

them - 

London and Westminster Bank, discount on $4,672,000 drawn 

on them 



Discount on Remittances to England — 

jLondon and Westminster Bank, discount on $486,666.67. 
Baring Bros. & Co., discount on $57,606.61 



"Commission on Remittances to British Columbia : — 

Bank of Montreal, 40c. per $100 on $800,000. ... 

do 35c. per $100 on $100,000 .... 



Commission on amount placed at Credit of Assistant Receiver-General, 
Mali/ax : — 
Merchants Bank of Halifax, 15c. per $100 on $100,000 



Total. 



Redemption of Debt. 

Payable in London : — 

Cons. Can. 5 p. c. Debentures converted into 4 p. c. 



do 5 p. c. Loan redeemed ,. 

Province of Canada 6 p. c Sterling Debentures 

do Sterling Debentures overdue, placed at credit of 
Consolidated Fund 



Payable in Canada : — 

Dominion Stock, 5 p. c. "B" , 

do do "D".... 

Province of Canada 5 p. c Debentures, due April 7, 1884 — 

do do October 8, 1884 

Prov, of Canada Debentures overdue, placed at credit of Cons. Fund- 
War Loss Bonds due 1853 , 

Lower Canada Rebellion Loss Bond due 1866 , 

Nova Scotia 5 p c. Debentures 

4 p. c. Funded Debt of 1883— 

Dividend on $65,000,000 C. P. B 3 p. c. Bonds 

Less— Interest at 4 p. c. on balance of Guarantee Deposit — 

£ year to August 17, 1884, on $15,286,497 90 $305,729 96 

do Feb. 17, 1885, on $14,617,227.86 292,344 56 



Compensation to Seigniors .... 
Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia. 

Total , 



Amount. 



cts. 



2,572 03 

613 20 

1,447 83 

2,350 60 



4,360 53 
4,343 50 



4,630 64 

491 52 

2,077 46 



51,041 67 
51,013 89 
45,832 05 



3,200 00 
66 88 



3,200 00 
350 00 



17,033 34 
8,273 33 

9,246 68 



1,950,000 00 



598,074 52 



Total. 



$ cts. 



8,704 03 



7,199 62 
229 61 



16,133 26 

147,887 61 

3,266 88 

3,550 00 
150 00 



170,987 75 



31,356,595 87 



34,553 35 

110,000 00 

57,296 26 

1,000 00 

700 00 

200 00 

67 72 

948,999 94 



1,351,925 48 

2,783 32 

72 95 

2,507,599 02 



II 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



ir 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



Financial Inspector : — 
T. D. Tims, salary. 



Assistant Receiver-General, Toronto 
Salaries — 

C. J. Campbell 

J. G. Ridout 

G. P. Eliot 

• Jaa. Henderson 

Stuart Morrison 



Contingencies — 

D. Cameron, extra clerk, April 3 to June 30, 1885, 89 



Postage and telegrams , 

Telephone rent, 1 year to Dec. 1, 1885 

Mail, Globe, and New York Herald, 1 year 

Morgan's Annual Register 

Books and maps 

Printing 100 circulars. Dudley & Burns 

Gas, $92.62 ; water, $37.50; ice, $6.00 

Brass rail and wire work around counter..., 

Steam radiator 

Filter 

Messenger's leather bag 

Packing cases 

Brooms and brushes - 

Candles 

Office supplies 

Cleaning office • 

Removing snow and ashes 

Painting, glazing and repairs 

Cab hire and street car fares , 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers and postmen, 

Stationery . .-• , 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Queen's Printer * 



Assistant Receiver-General, Montreal : — 

Allowance to City and District Savings Bank, 

Office books 

Bankers' wax, 7 lbs 

Stationery 

Clipboard for scales 

Repairing seal s 

Angular chisel and handle 



Assistant Receiver-General and Auditor, Halifax: — 
Salaries, A. R. G. Office— 

J. R. Wallace 

Lewis Parker 

A. C. Johnson. 

J. H. Balcam 

J. P. Dillon 

J. T. Lithgow 



Salaries, Audit Office — 
Sydenham Howe 



Contingencies, A. R. G. Office- 
Guard duty, at $1 a night, L. Parker 

do J. H. Balcam .... 

do J. T. Lithgow ... 

Rent, 1 year, to April 30, 1885, Y. M, C. A. 

Postage, $74.50 ; telegrams, $86.39 

Fuel, $79 30 ; gas, $81.50 

Water and ice 

Subscription to Halifax Herald 



3-2 



Carried forward ^. 



3,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

600 00 

450 00 



72 49 
50 00 
22 00 

2 50 
8 10 
1 50 

136 12 
49 23 

10 00 

3 50 

8 75 

9 00 

6 85 

7 25 
9 80 

98 00 

11 65 
15 94 

1 80 

12 50 
10 60 
41 00 
24 33 



37 00 

10 50 

11 73 
13 18 

9 00 
5 00 



2,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

900 00 

800 00 

750 00 



136 00 
119 00 
110 00 



160 89 

160 80 

40 00 

6 00 



367 69 



2,600 00 



6,650 00 



178 00 



612 91 



86 41 



6,950 00 
1,900 00 



365 00 
1,200 00 



10,415 00 



7,440 1 



5,586 41 



15,627 32 



18 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, l£84-5. 



11 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 

Brought forward , 

^Assistant Receiver General aud Auditor, Halifax — Continued. 
Contingencies, A. R. G. Office— Continued. 

Stationery 

Desk top m. 

Carpet 

Books 

Office supplies 

Stove and fittings 

Shelving 

Door ,...., 

Cleaning office 

Labor and repairs. 

Carting and handling coal 

Removing snow and ashes , 

Contingencies, Audit Office — 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Ink 

Directory 

Contingencies, both offices — 

Share of maintenance of Dominion Building 

Queen's Printer.. t 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Auditor and Assistant- Receiver General, St. John : — 
Salaries, A. R. G. Office— 

R. W. Crookshank 

S. B. Paterson , 

Jas. Robinson 

G. F. Sancton 

A. C. A. Salter, Oct. 1, 1884, to June 30, 1885 

Thos. Lawson 

Salaries, Audit Office — 

Wm. Seely 

Contingencies, A. R. G. Office — 

A. C. A. Salter, extra clerk, July i to Sept. 30, 1884, 
92 days 

W. H. Shaw, writing 45£ days, at $1.33 , 

Postage and telegrams 

Telephone rent, Sept. 3, 1884, to Sept. 1, 1885 

Subscriptions 

Books - 

Gas, $80.94; coal oil, $6 

Water, $75; ice, $3 , 

Cleaning office 

Washiug towels ■ 

Removing snow and ashes 

Carpenter work and plumbing 

Repairing clocks 

'Office supplies ,. 

Stationery 

Printing 750 circulars, St. John Sun 

Paid by Assistant Receiver-General in 1883-84 



Less— Repaid Assistant Receiver-General in 1885-86.. 

Contingencies, Audit Office- 
Postage and stationery - 

Cab hire 



Contingencies, both offices — 
Stationery Office, Ottawa 
Queens Printer 



$ cts. 
367 69 



11 57 
36 00 

14 65 
5 50 

16 58 
21 82 

15 57 

16 85 
133 00 

20 92 
10 20 

12 75 



60 00 

12 30 

3 60 

2 50 



278 00 
55 50 
29 91 



2,200 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
600 00 
500 00 



184 00 
60 51 



130 86 

34 65 

35 04 
5 50 

86 94 
78 00 
37 10 

21 95 

22 75 
20 00 

7 50 
11 36 
17 67 

3 50 
138 53 



'arried forward 



651 35 

62 3€ 


11 40 
€0 


70 06 
33 48 



$ cts. 
10,415 00 



$ cts. 
15,627 32 



683 10 



78 40 



363 41 



6,800 00 
1,900 00 



244 51 



588 99 



12 00 



103 54 



11,539 91 



9,649 04 



36,816 27 






DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



19 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Auditor and Assistant Receiver-General, Winnipeg :- 
Salaries — 

H. M. Drummond , 

A. C. McMicken , 

J. A. S. Mott 

E. W. H. Armstrong 



Board allowance — 

B. M. Drummond, 12*} per cent, on $2,000. 
A. 0. McMicken, 20 do 1,100. 

E. W. H. Armstrong, 2") do 1,000. 

J. A. S. Mott, 20 do 1,000. 



Contingencies — 

R. Golding, extra clerk, June 8 to SO, '85, 23 days, at 

J. Brown, janitor, 12 months, at $14 

W, Osborne, guarding office, 28 nights 

A. C. McMicken do 17 do 

E. W. H. Armstrong do 14 do ,.. 



Postage and telegrams 

Telephone, 18 months, to Dec. 31, 1885... 
Printing receipts, Winnipeg Commercial. 

Binding signature books 

Subscription to Winnipeg Times....- 

Directories 

Freight on stationery 

Scrubbing office 

Washing towel* 

Cleaning time lock 

Ice 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 



250 00 
220 00 
200 00 
200 00 



46 00 
168 00 
28 00 
17 00 
14 00 



2 cash boxes and locks .... 

Repairs 

Coal oil and lamps 

Office supplies 

Stationery 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 



Less— Paid to Assistant Receiver-General, 1883-84. 

.Auditor and Assistant Receiver-General, Victoria: — 
Salaries — 

J. Graham 

C. M. Chambers , 

R. E. Greene, 11 months, to May 31 

J. H. McLaughlin 



Contingencies — 

J. (J. Bales, extra clerk, 81§ days, at $4. 

J. Smith, messenger, 12 months, at $20.. 

do extra work 



Postage and telegrams 

Office supplies and repairs 

Court fee, and carriage hire 

Filter, $7.50; washing towels, $8. 

2 steel Bramah keys 

Fuel, $9; water, $12 

Printing forms, Victoria Colonist 

do cards, M. Miller 

Advertising, Victoria Colonist 

do Times 

do Post 

do Standard .., 

Subscriptions 

Stationery „., 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 



3-2J 



Carried forward ... 



124 75 

85 00 
2 75 
2 00 

10 00 
6 50 

6 44 
12 00 

9 50 

10 00 
5 00 

7 50 
7 05 

11 20 
11 49 
14 50 

118 51 



444 19 
144 81 



3,000 00 

1,600 00 

1,191 63 

1,000 00 



240 00 
5 00 



63 15 
18 86 

2 00 
15 50 

6 00 
21 00 
37 50 

2 00 
17 50 
12 50 
12 00 

9 00 

14 50 

171 29 

2 34 



$ cts. 



5,100 00 



870 00 



273 00 



299 38 



6,791 63 
337 50 

245 00 



405 14 



$ cts. 
36,816 27 



6.542 38 



7,779 27 



51,137 92 



20 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 188-4-5. 



II 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 

Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
51,137 92 


Auditor and Assistant Receiver- General, Charlottetown : — 
Salaries- 
Percy Pope , , , 


1,800 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 


4,200 00 

500 47 

8,793 11 

4,200 00 

900 00 

200 CO 


Thos. Foley , 




Wallace Leitch , 




F. Loughran 




Contingencies- 
Postage and telegrams 


57 58 
35 00 
12 05 
228 35 
8 24 
12 00 

1 90 
6 50 
5 00 
3 90 

2 75 
48 00 
33 76 
45 44 




Cleamno" office, $30 ; water, $5 , 




Repairs 




Coin scales and weights, Hy. Trcemner 




Freight and cartage on scales and weights 

Pens, 6 boxes 




Ink 




Engraving and lithographing, G. Cox 




Binding receipt books 








do do Patriot ; . 

3?^ cost of maintenance Dominion Building 




Stationery Office, Ottawa 












Country Savings Banks : — 
Salaries— 

Nova Scotia 




4,700 47 


New Brunswick 






British Columbia , 






Prince Edward Island 










14,093 11 
85 17 


London Agents ; — 

Commission on Redemption — 

Baring Bros. & Co., § of 1 p. c. on $11,193.33 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co. do 5,840.00 


55 97 
29 20 


Commission on Interest- 
Baring Bros. & Co., \ p. c. on $3,397,859.44 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co. do 3,053,044.95 

Crown Agent \ do 29,2J0.00 


16,989 29 

15,265 21 

73 00 

2,578 69 
2,578 69 

3,407 24 

463 55 

49 36 


$1,031,477.32— 

Baring Bros. & Co 




32,327 50 


Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co 






Brokerage for Sinking Funds— 

Glyn and Baring, \ p. c. on $1,362,897.32 




5,157 38 


Bank of England do 185,420.00 






Crown Agent do 19,744.19 










3,920 15 


English Bill Stamps, Postages and Telegrams — 

Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co 


973 47 
788 46 
803 36 
243 33 
148 43 
21 60 
20 80 


Baring Brothers & Co 






Sir John Rose 






London and Westminster Bank 






Sir S. L. Tilley, cablegrams paid in England 




















469 50 
469 50 
469 50 
468 00 
468 00 
468 00 
468 00 


2,999 45 


Expenses of issue and redemption of Dominion Notes: — 

Pay of Ladies in the Currency Branch, at $1.50 a day— 
M. A. Barrie 




M. Macaulay 




G.Simpson 

. L.Fitzgerald 




L. L. Sutton 








Brought forward ~ , ~.. ... 






114,421 15 






DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 



21 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Co ntin ued. 



Brought forward , 



Expenses of issue and redemption of Dominion Notes — Con. 

A. M. Chesley , 

M. M. Hutchison 

J. F. Hvndman 

A B. Yeildiag 

iS. Dorior) 

G. S. Fleming 

M. A. Jolly..... 

C. L. Bennett 

M. Kelly 

F. E. Terry 

A. Armstrong 

H. H. Watson 



Extra Clerk, Finance Department— 
J. P. Taylor, 365 days at $2.50. 

Commission on Notes redeemed — 
Bank of British Columbia 



Commission on Specie, Bank of Montreal, Montreal — 
£ p. c. on $250,000 placed with A. R. G., Montreal. 
| do 400,000 do do 

£ do 235,000 do do 

I do 150,000 do Toronto . 



Bank of British North America — 

1 p. c. on $973,333.33, Sovereigns imported. 
| do 973,333.33 do 

j^ do 500,000.00, U.S. Gold impoi ted.. 



Cutting Notes, A 

do 

do 
Boxes for Notes 
Cartage of Notes 



R. G., Toronto .. 
do Montreal, 
do Victoria., 
do Montreal 
do Victoria,. 



Printing, Advertising , Express and Miscellaneous charges, includ- 
ing Commutation of Stamp Duty and Contingencies of 
Country Savings Banks : — 
Paid to English Agents, Bank of Montreal, London — 

Commission on payments, £ p. c on $1,232,832 

Glyn, Mills & Co., advertising 

Baring Bros., advertising * 

Crown Agent do 

Baring Bros., express 



Burland Lithographic Co., printing cheque book 
Advertising conversion of 5 p. c. bonds 



Express Charges — 
Paid at Ottawa ... 
do Montreal . 
do Toronto ... 
do Halifax...., 
do St. John . 
do Winnipeg 



Expenses in Connection with Coin — 

20 boxes for silver, P. Veal 

Repairing boxes, J. R. Esmonde , 

Bags for coin, S. & H. Borbridge* 

do A. R. G., Oharlottetown 

Boxes for gold do Montreal 

Cartage ot coin do do 

do do Halifax 

Counterfeit money taken 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 
3,280 50 



466 50 
466 50 
462 00 
460 50 
454 50 
453 00 
452 25 
450 75 
450 75 
442 50 
429 00 
319 50 



1,562 50 

1,500 00 
587 50 
562 50 



9,733 33 

7,300 00 

500 00 

16 55 
9 30 
2 00 

16 43 
50 



1,541 04 

148 07 

77 50 

7 67 

105 42 



3,060 84 

90 

787 15 

446 90 

30 00 

32 80 



20 00 
5 90 

4 80 
35 

5 40 

6 50 
5 00 
3 00 



$ cts. 



8,588 25 
912 50 

266 63 



4,212 50 



17,533 33 



44 78 



1,879 70 
13 30 

134 85 



4,358 59 



50 95 



6,437 39 



$ cts. 
114,421 15 



31,557 99 



145,979 14 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1884-5. 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Continued. 

Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
6,437 39 

2,710 70 

4,976 90 

435 22 

20 00 

10 00 

6 25 

10 71 

35,852 13 

390 22 

200 73 

10 00 


$ cts,. 
145,979 14 


Printing, Advertising , $c. — Continued. 
Legal Expenses— 

Bompas, Bischoff& Dodgson, advice re redemption of 

5 p. c. loan of 1862 

W. Graham, Queen vs. Campbell 

do do Farrell 

do do Van Balcom .., 


309 22 
29 22 
122 81 
162 40 
20 30 
688 85 
171 50 

150 00 

500 00 

200 00 

60 00 

282 40 

10 00 

4 00 


do do Copeland 

do do Stather 

J.W.Lyons do do 

Supreme Court of P.E.I., deposit re Qteen vs. Bank of 
P.E.I 

Supreme Court of Canada, deposit re Queen vs. Bank 
of P.E.I 

E. J. Hodgson, Queen vs. Bank of P.E.I 

R. R. Fitzgerald, Queen vs. Bank of Montreal 

McMaster, Hutchison & Weir, costs, Queen vs. Ex- 
change Bank , 




T. T. Rivard, Seignorial release 

P. Huot do 




Travelling Expenses— 

Sir John A. Macdonald 

SirS. L.. Tilley 

J. M. Courtney 

T. D. Tims 


1,315 10 

500 00 

850 00 

1,868 50 

230 30 

97 30 

90 70 

25 00 




J. Fraser * 

A. P. Sherwood 




C. Stanton 




F. Toller 








Cablegrams, Bank of Montreal, Ottawa 


5 49 
429 73 




do Merchants' Bank 








Telephone at T. D. Tims' house, 6 moa., to May 12, 1885 










Leather bag and strap do 






Postage on P. E. I. Notes — Bank of Montreal, Monctou 

Commutation of Stamp Duty on Inscribed Stock — 


32,930 30 
2,921 83 




Baring,| do 779,153.34 








Contingencies of Country Savings Banks- 
Nova Scotia — 

Acadia Mines, $3 ; Amherst, $25.67 


28 67 
43 26 
42 51 
13 89 
15 61 
28 82 
36 39 
21 49 
18 91 
23 55 
35 50 
12 24 
38 03 
31 35 




Annapolis, $34.47; Antigonish,&8.79 




Arichat, $35.38 ; Baddeck, $7.13 

Barrington , $5 ; Bridgewater, $8.89 

Digby, $8.31 ; Guysboro', $7.30 




Kentville, $20; Lingan, $8.82 




Liverpool, $23.31 ; Lunenburg, $13.08 




Maitland, $9.85 ; New Glasgow, $11.64 

Parrsboro', $6 ; Pictou, $12.91 

Port Hood, $16.11 ; Shelburne, $7.44 




Sherbrooke, $15.50; Sydney, $20 




Sydney Mines, $8.90; Truro, $3.31 




Wallace, $29; Wevmouth, $9.03 




Windsor, $12.38; Yarmouth, 18.97 








New Brunswick — 

Chatham, $9 62* Dalhousie, $55.35 


64 97 
17 16 
33 50 
11 32 
73 78 








Hillsboro', $11.50; Moncton, $22 




St. Andrew's, $55.78; Woodstock, $18 








Prince Edward Island— 















1 


51,060 25 


\ 145,979 14 






11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



23 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT— Concluded. 
Brought forward 



Printing, Advertising, $c. — Concluded. 

British Columbia— 

Nanaimo, Postage, 18 months ... 

do Stationery 

do Coal oil and 2 lamps 
do Office supplies.., 



85 



New Westminster, Postage, 1883-'84 

do Stationery , 

do Advertising 

do Coal oil and 3 lamps 
do Cleaning office 



General Savings Bank Contingencies — 
Travelling expenses, C. J. Anderson. 
do J H. Balcam.... 

do A. C. Johnson.. 



$ cts 



42 00 

18 15 

16 CO 

2 87 

18 50 
35 62 

18 00 
12 25 

19 00 



Queen's Printer... 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 



Printing Dominion Notes, British American Bank Note 

Co- 
Printing 190,000 sheets of 4, at $82 a 1,000 

Paper, $11.25 a 1,000 sheets '., 

Engraving for faces and backs, at $19.09 a 1,000 

impressions 

Engraving for patent green tints, at $10 a 1,000 

impressions 



Commission on Loans — 

Merchants Back, f of 1 p. c. on $£00,000 

Imperial Bank, £ do 250,000 

Financial Agent, Sir John Rose, 1 883-' 84— 

Commission of J of 1 p. c. on $597,948 47, invest- 
ments for sinking funds and transfers to 

inscribed stock 

Commission of£of 1 p. c. on $2, 46 1, 586. 76 payments. 



Total Charges of Management 



149 15 

118 05 

80 86 



$ Ct3. 
51,060 25 



79 02 



103 37 



348 06 

1,532 16 

145 44 



15,580 00 
2,137 50 

3,627 24 

1,900 00 



1,875 00 
625 00 



1,494 87 
6,153 97 



$ cts, 
145,979 14 



53,268 30 



2?, 244 74 



2,500 00 



7,648 84 
232,641 02 



24 AUDITOR GEMERAl/s REPORT, 18S4 5. il 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 27, 1885. 
Sir, — In the expenditure for Charges of Management for the year 1884-5, the 
following amounts for travelling expenses should properly be charged to Civil Gov- 
ernment contingencies :— 

Sir J. A. Macdonald ,..$1,315 10 

Sir S. L. Tilley 500 00 

J.M.Courtney 850 00 

J. Fraser...... , 230 30 

C. J.Anderson 149 15 

C. Stanton 90 70 

F. Toller 25 00 

The debate of April 7, 1885, in the House of Commons, concerning the travelling 
expenses of the Minister of Customs, supports me in the position I have always taken, 
that items usually charged to Civil Government contingencies should never be paid 
from outside votes. 

The payment to A. P. Sherwood of $97.50 for travelling expenses should havo 
been made from the appropriation for Dominion Police. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Deputy Minister of Finance. 

Finance Dept., Ottawa, Oct. 28, 1885. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of yesterday's date, respecting certain amounts for 
travelling expenses charged to Charges of Management, I beg to state that the 
accounts have been closed and printed, and I regret you did not advise me earlier. 
Owing to my absence last Session I had forgotten the debate you refer to, but I will 
take care that during the coming year similar items shall be charged in the manner 
indicated. 

With regard to the travelling expenses of Mr. Sherwood, I find that they were 
incurred on account of expenditure in connection with counterfeit notes, which was a 
special case, and not in connection with his duties as Superintendent of Dominion 
Police. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, &c, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
The Auditor-General. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



25 



CIVIL GOVERJfiENT- SUMMARY. 



Expenditure under Supply Bills :- 

Governor's Secretary's Office 

Privy Council Office 

Justice Department 

do Penitentaries Branch 

Militia Department 

Secretary of State 

Interior - 

Geological Survey Branch 

North- West Mounted Police Branch. 

Indian Affairs 

Audit Office 

Finance Department 

Inland Revenue 

Customs Department 

Post Office 

Agriculture , 

Marine 

Fisheries , 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals 

Departments generally 

Calculating Savings rlank interest... 



Total, Civil Government Salaries 

do do Contingencies 

Contingent Expenses of High Commissioner, 
Board of Civil Service Examiners 



Total Expenditure under Supply Bill3. 



Expenditure authorized by Special Statutes :- 

Governor General 

8 Lieutenant-Governors , 

High Commissioner in England , 

Premier, $8,000 ; and 11 Ministers at $7,000 

Governor's Secretary and Auditor General , 



Total, Civil Government. 



Contingencies. 



Page. Amount. 



34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 



40 
41 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
47 
48 
49 
49 



49 

50 



$ cts. 

13,185 03 
8,559 82 
4,990 34 
2,092 77 
10,507 01 
13,939 43 
17,960 53 



9,534 71 
2,755 65 

13,731 20 
6,583 39 
6,779 51 

31,551 26 

18,236 12 
7,944 57 
2,399 48 
8,034 21 
6,529 97 

19,440 86 
2,102 70 



206.858 56 



48,666 6Q 
68,000 00 
10,000 00 
85,000 00 
5,600 00 



Salaries. 



Page, 



27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
3L 
31 
32 
31 
32 
32 



Amount. 



S cts. 

8.960 00 
19,872 50 
16,720 86 

5,200 00 
38,935 27 
41,011 10 
62,961 17 
31,967 33 

7,100 00 
30,596 44 
19,033 33 
54,692 92 
35,462 50 
31,767 89 
145,172 24 
43,228 28 
22,900 83 
11,000 00 
35,389 76 
43,655 00 



705,637 42 

2*6,858 56 

3,611 56 

6,121 29 



922,228 83 



217,266 66 



1.139,495 49 



Details of Expenditure authorized by Statute :— 

Marquis of Lansdowne, Governor. General, 1 year to June 30, 1835 

J. B. Robinson, Lt-Governor of Ontario do 

Th. Rob taille, Lt.-Governor of Quebec, July 1 to Nov. 6, 1884 

L. R. Masson, Lt.-Governor of Quebec, Nov. 7, 1884, to June 3D, 1885. 

M. H. Richey, Lt -Governor of Nova Scotia, 1 year to June 30, 1885... 
R. D. Wilmot, Lt.-Governor of New Brunswick do 

J. C. Aikins, Lt.-Governor of Manitoba do 

do Lt-Governor of Keewatin do 



C. F. Cornwall, Lt.-Governor of British Columbia do 

T. H, Haviland, Lt.-Governor of Prince Edward Island, July 1 to 31, 

1884 . ; 

A. A. Macdonald, Lt -Governor of Prince Edward Island, Aug. 1, 
1881, to June 33, 1885 



E. Dewdney, Lt.-Governor of North- West Territories, 1 year to June 

30, 1885 

Sir Chas. Tupper, High Commissioner in England , 

Sir John A. Macdonald, Premier and President of Council 

Sir A. Campbell, Minister of Justice 

A. P. Caron, Minister of Militia , 



Carried forward. 



3.499 98 

6.500 02 



9,000 00 
1,000 00 



583 33 
6,416 67 



48,66Q 66 
10,000 00 



10,000 00 
9,000 00 
9,000 00 



10,000 00 
9,000 00 



7,000 00 

4,000 00 
10,000 00 
8,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



148,666 66 



26 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1881-5. 



11 



Brought forward 

CIVII, GOVERNMENT— SALARIES. 

Expenditure authorized 1>y Statute — Concluded. 

J. A. Chapleau, Secretary of State 

Sir D. L. Macpherson, Minister of Interior 

SirS. L. Tilley, Minister of Finance 

M. Bowell, Minister of Customs 

John Costigan, Minister of Inland Revenue 

Sir H. L. Langevin, Minister of Public Works 

John Carling, Postmaster-General 

J. H. Pope, Minister of Agriculture 

A. W. McLelan, Minister of Marine and Fisheries 

Lord Melgund, Governor General's Secretary (part of $3,000). 
J. L. McDougall, Auditor General 



Total paid under Statute. 



$ cts 



% cts. 


148,666 66 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


7,000 00 


2,400 00 


3,200 0O 


217,266 66 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



2T 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT, SALARIES. 

Governor General's Secretary's Office: — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Secretary, supply under 0. C, Mar. 3, 1879, in 

addition to statutory allowance of .£2,400.00. 
Governor General, allowance under 0. 0., March 

3, 1879, for Comptroller and Aide3 



Chief Clerk, C. J. Jones 

1st class Clerk, W. Campbell 

2nd do P. N. McDermott. 
Messenger and Orderly , 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to. 
Total, agreeing with cash paid 



$ cts. 



600 00 

3,000 00 

1,850 00 

1,450 00 

1,100 00 

960 00 



$ cts. 



3,600 00 



5,360 CO 
8,960 00 



Privy Council Office: — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Clerk of the Privy Council, J. J. McGee 
Chief Clerk Assistant, P. J. U. Baudry ... 

1st class Clerk3 

2nd do 

3rd • do 

Messengers and Doorkeeper 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to.... 
Private Secretary, Jos. Pope (Interior Depart- 
ment, $1,450.00) 



Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 

Not paid— Increases from July 1, 1884, to dates 
when due 



Total cash paid 



3,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,250 00 
5,800 00 
2,700 00 
2,560 00 



19,310 00 
600 00 



19,910 00 



37 50 



19,872 50 



Department of Justice : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Head, G. W. Burbidge., 

Inspector of Penitentiaries, J. G. Moylau 

Chief Clerk, 4. Power 

1st class Clerks 

2nd do 

3rd do 

Messengers 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to.... 

Private Secretary, H. G Hopkirk (Post Office 

Department, $1,450.00) 



Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 

Not paid — Increases from July 1, 1884, to dates 
when due 



Paid — Differential pay to G. L. B. Fraser, for 4 
months 



Total cash paid 



3,600 00 
2,800 CO 
2,100 00 
7,300 00 
2,450 00 
2,650 00 
700 00 



62 50 
433 31 



21,600 00 
600 00 



495 81 
216 67 



22,200 00 



279 14 
21,920 86 



Militia and Defence: — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Head, C. B. Panet 

Director of Stores, J. Macpherson. 

Chief Clerks 

1st class Clerks. 

2nd do 

3rd do 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to. 
Carried forward 



3,200 00 

3,000 00 

4,500 00 

9,550 00 

11,250 00 

4,600 00 

1,990 00 



38,090 00 



38,090 00 



18 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1S84-5. 





CIVIL GOVERNMENT, SALARIES— Continued. 
Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
38,090 00 

600 00 


$ 




viilitfa and Defeuce— Continued. 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — Continued. 

Joint Private Secretaries, Benoit and Aldrich. . 








Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 

Differential pay to T. E. Knight for 3 months ... 
Major Geo. Grant, 3 months, to Sept. 30, 1884... 

Not paid — Increases from July 1, 1884, to date 
when due 


137 49 
349 98 

160 00 
82 20 


38,690 00 




487 47 
242 20 




do Promotions, from July 1, 1884, to date 
when made 














245 27 










38,935 27 












1 


Secretary of State : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1£85 — 

Under Secretary of State, G. Powell 


3,200 00 
10,900 00 

5,000 00 

4,750 00 
15,900 00 

1,660 00 


41,410 00 
600 00 




5 


Chief Clerks 




3 


1st class Clerks 




4 
21 


2nd do 

3rd do 




4 


Messengers 






Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to.... 




38 








Private Secretary, L. H. Tache (Extra Clerk, 
$2.50 a day) 








Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 
Not -paid — Salaries to dates of new appointments.. 
Increases from July 1, to dates when made. 

Paid — Salaries, to dates of retirement 


1,569 67 
425 00 


42 010 00 




1,994 67 
995 77 






974 94 
20 83 






On account of 1683-84 






Difference, cash paid -... 








998 90 




41,011 10 


1 
1 


Interior Department : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Head, A. M. Burgess 

Surveyor General, E. Deville... 


3,200 00 

2,200 00 

4,050 00 

11.C00 00 

18,450 00 

23,500 00 

1,950 00 


64,350 00 
600 00 




2 


Chief Clerks 




7 
]5 


1st class Clerks 

2nd do , 




30 


3rd do 




4 


Messengers .....'. 




60 
















Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 
Not paid— Salaries to dates of new appointments.. 
Increases, from July 1, to dates when made. 
Promotions do do 


3,483 35 
475 00 
375 00 

1,291 60 
225 00 

827 92 


64,950 00 




4,333 35 
2,344 52 










Differential pay, on account of absence of 
superior officers 








1 988 83 






62,961 17 













DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



29' 



1 

4 
5 


CIVIL (iOTERXMEST S AL, ARIES — Co ntinuei. 

Geological Survey: — 

Salaries ourrent, Jane 30, 1885 — 


$ ct?. 

4,000 CO 
7,550 00 
7,400 00 
4,800 00 
7,100 00 
600 00 
1,184 00 


$ cts. 

32,634 00 
666 67 


$ cts. 


Assistant Directors, ranked as Chief Clerks 

Officers ranked as 1st class Clerks 




4 
9 


Employees ranked as 2nd class Clerks. , .... 

do 3rd do 




1 






2 












26 








Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 


















31,967 33 












1 

1 
1 


North- West Mounted Police Branch ;— 

Salaries Current, June 30, 1885 — 

Comptroller, F. White 

1st class Clerk, L. Fortescue 


3,200 00 
1,500 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 






2 


3rd class Clerk3 

Employees, June 30, 1885; total agreeing with cash paid 




5 


7,100 00 








1 


Department of Indian Affairs : — 

Salaries Current, June 30, 1884-85— 

Dep. Superintendent-General, L Vankoughnet. 
Solicitor, G. W. Burbidge, Dep. Mitj. of Justice.. 

Chief Clerk, R. Sinclair 

1st class Clerks 

2nd class Clerks 


3,200 00 
400 00 

2,150 00 

4,950 00 
11,150 00 

8,980 00 
760 00 

647 74 
174 28 

290 00 

104 25 


1,216 27 
222 71 




1 

3 

9 

15 




2 


Housekeeper and Messenger 

Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to 

Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 
Not paid — Salaries to dates of new appointments 
do Withheld for absence 




31 


31,590 00 




do Increases from July 1 to dates when 
made 

do Promotions from July 1 to dates 
when made , 


■ 




Paid — Differential pay to Benson and Orr 












Difference — Cash paid 




993 56 








30,596 44 










1 


Auditor General's Office : — 

Salaries Current, June 30, 1885 — 

Auditor-General, J. L. McDoucall. 


3,200 00 
2,550 00 
3,000 00 
5,950 00 
6,500 00 
1,000 00 


22,200 00 
3,200 00 

145 83 
112 50 




1 






2 
5 
8 
2 


1st class Clerks » 

2nd class Clerks - 

3rd class Clerks 

Messengers ^. 

Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to 

Less — Salary of Auditor-General, paid under the 
Audit Act » 




19 








Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 

Paid— Differential pay to J. C. MacDonald 

do On account of 1883-84 


137 50 
8 33 


19,000 00 




Not paid — Increases from July 1 to dates when 
made 












Total, cash paid 




33 33 








19,033 33 











30 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT SALARIES — Continued. 

Fiuanoe Department and Treasury Board : — 

Salaries Current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Minister, J. M. Courtney 

Accountant of Contingencies, T hos. Ross 

Chief Clerks 

1st class Clerks . 

2nd class Clerks 

3rd class Clerks 

Messengers „ 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to. 
Y. Crookshank 



Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 

Paid — Salaries to dates of retirement 

do Differential salary to Baxter and Lowe, 
do On account of 1883-84 



Not paid — Salaries to dates of new appointments 
do Increases from July 1 to dates when 

made 

do Promotions from July 1 to dates when 
made 



Total, cash paid 



$ cts. 

4,200 00 
2 600 00 
6,900 00 
7,950 00 
22.800 00 
6,950 00 
1,500 00 



1,574 88 
541 66 
250 00 



428 62 
425 00 
120 00 



$ cts. 



52,900 00 
400 00 



2,366 54 



973 62 



$ cts. 



53,300 00 



1,392 92 



54,692 92 



Inland Revenue Department : 

Salaries Current, June 30, 188c 
Commissioner, E. Miail .... 

Chief Clerks 

1st class Clerks 

3rd class Clerks 

Messengers ..... 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to. 
Private Secretary, M. F. Walsh 



Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 

Paid— Differential pay to J. F. Shaw 

Not paid— Increases from July 1 to dates when due 



Total, cash paid 



3,200 00 
4,000 00 
7,950 00 
18,400 00 
1,300 00 



34,850 00 
600 00 



150 00 
137 50 



35,450 00 

12 50 
35,462 50 



27 



Customs Department: — 

Salaries Current, June 30, 1885 — 

Commissioner, J. Johnson 

Apsistant Commissioner, W. G. Parmelee 

Chief Clerk, Jas. Barry , 

1st class Cleik, T. J. Watters 

2nd class Clerks 

3rd class Clerks 

Messengers , 



Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to. 
Private Secretary, E. L. Sanders , 



Adjustment of Current Salaries with Cash Paid — 

Paid— Salaries to dates of retirement 

do Differential pay to T. J. Watters 

do On account of 1883-84 



Not paid — Salaries to dates of new appointments 
do Increases from July 1 to dates when due 

do Promotions from July 1 to dates when 

made 

do Withheld for absence 



Total, cash paid 



3,203 00 
2,800 00 
1,900 00 
1,800 00 
9,800 00 
8,950 00 
980 00 



3,3^9 03 

250 00 

54 16 



,252 01 
125 00 

200 00 
18 29 



29,430 00 

300 00 



3,633 19 



1,595 30 



29,730 



2,037 89 



31,767 89 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



31 



1 

1 


CIVIL GOVERNMENT, SALARIES- Continued. 

Post Office Department : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Postmaster-General, W, H. Griffin 

Secretary, W. White . 


% cts. 

3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,800 00 

2,800 00 
12,800 00 
14,150 00 
31,7C0 00 
63,040 00 
2,175 00 
9,105 00 


$ cts. 

144,570 00 
600 00 


% cts* 


1 


Accountant, H. A, Wieksteed 




1 


Superintendent of Money Order Branch, J. C. 
Stewart 




6 


Chief Clerks 




9 


1st class Clerks ■»« , 




25 


2nd do 




97 


3rd do 




5 

22 


Messengers «. 

Packers 






Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to.... 




168 








Private Secretary, A. L. Jarvis, (Interior Depart- 
ment, $1,100) 








Adjustment of current salaries with cash paid — 

Paid — Salaries to date of retirement 

Differential pay to W. D. LeSueur 


3,697 54 
154 86 
445 77 


145,170 00 




4,298 17 
4,295 93 




On account of previous years 






Not Paid — Salaries to date of new appointments 

Increases from July 1 to dates when 

due 






2,977 57 

962 50 

241 67 
114 19 






Promotions f rom July 1 to dates when 

made 

Withheld for absence 






Total, cash paid 








2 24 








145,172 24 










1 


Department of Agriculture : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Head, J. C. Tache 


3,203 00 
2,500 00 
2,300 00 
9,550 00 
11,450 00 

1,480 00 

1,160 00 

600 00 


42,970 00 
100 00 




1 


Secretary, John Lowe 




1 


Chief Clerk, A. J. Cambie 




6 


1st class Clerks 




9 


2nd do 




15 


3rd do 




3 
3 


Model repairers and guardians 

Messengers 




2 


Packers 






Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to.... 




41 








Private Secretary, J. E.- W. Currier 








Adjustment of current salaries with cask paid — 

Paid — Differential pay to John Lowe for 12 mos. 

Not Paid — Salaries to date of new appointments. 

Increase from July 1 to date when due 

Total, cash paid » 




43,070 00 




7C0 00 
541 72 




5L6 72 
25 00 








158 28 










43,228 28 












1 


Department of Fisheries : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885— 

Deputy Minister, John Tilton 


3,200 00 
1,800 00 
2,400 00 
3,600 00 






1 
2 
5 


1st class Clerk, S. P. Bauset 

2nd do 

3rd do 






Employees, June 30, 1885 ; total, agreeing with cash paid 




9 




11,000 CO 










32 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



II 



1 


CIVIfc GOVERNMENT, SALA RIES— Continued. 

Department of Marine : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Minister, Wm. Smith .. 


$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,400 00 
5,050 00 
2,400 00 
8,300 00 
980 00 


% cts. 

22,330 00 
600 00 

87 50 
58 33 


$ Ct3. 


1 

3 


Chief Clerk, John Hardie 

1st class Clerks 




2 
10 


2nd do 

3rd do 




2 


Messengers 






Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to... 




19 








Private Secretary, T. McLelan „ 








Adjustment of current salaries, with cash paid— 

Nut paid— Increases from July 1 to dates when 
due , 




22,930 CO 




Paid- Qn account of 1883-84 








DifFerecce, ca«h paid « 




29 17 








22,900 83 










1 


Public Works Department : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 

Deputy Minister, G F. Baillairge 


3,200 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 
6,100 00 
3,200 00 
5,800 00 
8,300 00 
860 00 


33,860 00 
400 00 




1 
1 


Chief Engineer. H. F. Perley * 

Dominion Architect, Thos. Fuller 




3 


Chief Clerks 




2 


1st class Clerks 




5 


2nd do 




11 


3rd do 




2 


Messengers 






Employees, June 30, 1885, with salaries amounting to... 
Private Secretary, E. F. E. Roy 




26 








Adjustment of current salaries, with cash paid — 

Paid — Salaries to dates of retirement 




34,260 OG 




1,993 67 
863 91 




Not paid — Salaries to dates of new appointments 
Increases from July 1 to dates when 

due 

Promotions from July 1 to dates when 
made 

Total, cash paid 


600 32 
140 00 
123 59 








1,129 76 








35 389 76 












1 


Department of Railways and Canals : — 

Salaries current, June 30, 1885 — 


4,100 00 
4,5 00 
4,< 00 CO 
6,850 00 
9,750 00 
7,600 00 
5,650 00 
1,290 00 






1 






1 






3 
6 


Chief Clerks 

1st class Clerks 




6 

7 
3 


2nd do 

3rd do 

Messengers 




28 


43,740 CO 




Adjustment rj- current salaries, with cash paid — 

Not paio. — Increases from July 1 to dates when 




200 00 
125 00 
















75 00 






43,665 CO 













11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



33 



612 

27 

507 


CHANGES IX 1884-85. 
Current salaries, June 30, 1884— 

Officers above $2,600 


$ cts. 

89,800 00 

548,552 50 

33,264 00 


$ cts. 

671,616 50 
29,200 00 


% eta. 


Clerks 




78 


Messengers and Packers , , 

Withdrawals during year 




21 






42 


New appointments during year ... 




642,416 50 
27,110 00 


369 


Statutory increases to Clerks (376 eligible) 




18,450 CO 
1,230 00 


42 


do Messengers (43 eligible) 




19,680 00 
7,137 50 
2,950 00 

699,294 00 


33 




Increases specially voted 






633 


Salaries current, June 30. 1885 , 






28 

529 
76 


Clerks ~ 


93,000 00 

572,300 00 

33,994 00 


699,294 00 















ADJUSTMENT OF CURRENT SALARIES, WITH CASH PAID. 



1883-84. 



$ cts. 

671,616 50 

715 56 

1,852 39 

14,162 13 

89,215 03 

6,282 77 

6,000 00 



789,844 38 



763,594 70 
117,715 04 



881,309 74 



1883-84. 



$ cts. 



21,293 72 

3,380 00 

1,570 96 

763,594 70 



789,844 38 



881,309 74 



881,309 74 



.Salaries current, June 30 

.Paid on account of previous years.. 

.Differential pay 

.Salaries from July 1 to dates of retirement- 

Ministers 

.Private Secretaries 

.Governor's Secretary, Comptroller and Aides.... 

.Salaries from July 1 to dates of appointment 

.Statutory increases from July 1 to dates when due 

.Promotions from July 1 to dates when made 

.Cash paid during the year ..» 



.Cash paid during the year, salaries... 
.Governors, page 35, Public Accounts 
.Total, page 60, Public Accounts 



1884-85. 



$ cts. 



12,882 74 

3,665 00 

1,246 71 

796,237 42 

814,031 87 



922,904 08 
922,904 08 



1834-85. 



$ cts. 

699,294 00 
1,187 42 
3,338 81 
13,211 64 
85,000 00 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 



814,031 87 

796,237 42 
126,666 66 



3—3 



34 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES. 

Governor General's Office : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Advertising in do 

Books of reference 

Maps 

Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
do Canada Mutual do 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

do Toronto.- 

do Quebec 

do Halifax 

do New Richmond 



Express charges and cartage 



Travelling expenses— 

Marquis of Lansdowne, allowance under O.C., March 

3, 1879 

Lord Melgund .... 

W. Campbell 

P. L. McDermott 

Sergeant Clark..... 

G. Carpenter , 



Lord Melgund, cab hire at Ottawa 



C. J. Jones 
Geo. Smith 
Sergeant Rogers 
do Garvin 
Railway car porter 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Sergeant Rogers, street car fares 
do Garvin do 

do Clark do 



Extra Clerk, Fitzmaurice Stuart, 365 days, at $2 , 

Engraving and lithographing 

Stationery , 

Printing cards, programmes and envelopes 

Orderlies — T. Rogers, to June 30 , 

do do extra duties 



do 

do 

do 
to 



R. Garvin, 281 days, to June 30. 
do extra duties 



J. Scott, extra orderly 
Uniforms 



Sundries — 

Newspapers 

Two telephons resonanters 

Goods 

Repairs to at amp 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 



"Stationery Office— Stationery 

do Books of reference 



Queen's Printer— Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps, 
do Stationery 



Total, Governor General's Office 



$ cts. 



772 59 

10 00 

2 37 

2 86 

21 00 



5.000 00 
110 95 
360 50 
96 50 
220 48 
150 71 

• 45 00 

1 25 

29 00 

22 25 

19 75 

1 25 



19 45 
19 90 
4 90 



492 96 
16 00 



351 25 
15 50 



582 60 
63 50 



25 58 
92 56 
11 54 
82 00 



$ cts. 



1,847 64 
173 70 



808 82 
2 60 



5,939 14 



118 E0 



44 25 



508 96 



366 75 

17 50 

154 90 



9 98 
6 00 
1 13 
50 
3 75 



646 10 



211 68 



$ cts. 

806 28 

197 20 

334 51 

7 50 



2,021 34 



811 42 



6,101 89 

730 00 

9 00 

9 89 

228 75 



1,048 11 



21 36 



857 78 



13,185 03 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



35 



CIVIL government CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 



The Privy Council: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers , 

Books and pamphlets 

Telephones at Department and Deputy's house, 1 year. 

Telegraphing — Great North- Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 



$ cts 



Postages, freight and express charges- 

Postrua ter, Ottawa 

Postage stamps 

Express charges 



Travelling expenses — 

Sir John A. Macdonald 
Hon J. A. Chapleau.... 

J. J. McGee ., , 

Joseph Pope. 

F. White 

B. Chilton 

S. Lelievre... 

D. Rice 



Sir John A. Macdonald, 

Sundry persons 

Street car tickets 



cab hire at Ottawa, 
do 



Extra Clerks— 

J. Belford, June 1, 1884, to June 30, 1885, at $1.50 a day 

J. Foley, Jan. I, to June 30, 1885, at $2 a day , 

Ada Bowes, May 1 to 31, at $1 50 a day..... 

Howard Kegan do do -, 



Copying— J. Owen 

Translating— J. R. E. Chapleau, House of Commons 

do J. C. Poper, Department of Agriculture 

Extra Messenger, A. Robertson, 303 days, to June 30, 1885. 

Special Messenger, D. Rice 

Telegraph Messenger at Riviere du Loup 



Montreal Minerve — Printing 25 copies Manitoba Terms .. 

do do 3,120 do report on Printing 
Bureau , .. 



Engraving and lithographing 

Lunches for Cabinet, J. H. Spencer , 

Delivering night mails, H. Duggan 

Sundries- 
Washing towels 

Goods 

Ice 

Water cooler and tumbler drainers .. 
Gratuities to telegraph messengers. 
Two telephone resonanters 



Queen's Printer- 
do 
do 
do 



•Printing 

Binding 

Mounting maps 
Stationery 



Stationery Office—Stationery 

do Books of reference 



Total, Privy Council. 



147 13 

16 40 

122 81 

329 42 

30 00 

25 00 

6 00 

4 50 



694 50 

519 41 

25 00 



$ cts. 



5,091 87 
16 40 



128 00 

11 30 

2 40 



681 26 



1,238 91 



592 50 

362 00 

46 50 

46 50 



10 00 
17 60 



77 41 

464 37 

22 68 

71 13 



663 66 
70 05 



303 00 

151 50 

15 75 

47 62 

112 85 



68 00 
65 43 
80 60 
10 50 
4 85 
6 00 



635 59 
733 71 



$ cts. 



756 32 
29 58 
83 00 



141 70 



1,920 17 



1,047 50 
15 65 



27 60 



470 25 



160 47 
51 00 
83 63 
60 00 



235 38 



1,369 30 
8,559 82 



3-3£ 



AUDITOR QRNERAl/s RIPORT, 1884-5. 



: 



CIVII. GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES- Continued. 

Department of Jnstice: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Maps 

Telephones at Justice Department and Deputy's house, 6 moe 

Telegraphing— Great North- Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 



$ cts 



Postages, freight and expreea charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight.. 

Express , 



Travelling expenses- 
Sir Alexander Campbell 

G. W. Burbidge 

H. G. Hopkirk 

John Leslie 



Sir Alexander Campbell, cab hire at Ottawa. 
G. W. Burbidge do 
Sundry persons 



83 47 
300 00 
307 27 
200 00 



Street car tickets 



Extra Clerks— 

A. J. Horan, 150 days, to June 30, at $1.25. 
E. Y. Steele, Oct., 1884 



Extra Messenger, F. Morse 

Delivering night mails, H. Duggao 

Engraving and lithographing - 

Sundries— 

Washing towels 

Gooda 

Ice ,.... 

Mail bags 

Two telephone resonanters 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Petty contingencies by order of the Minister of Justice 



Queen's Printer — Printing , 

do Binding , 

do Mounting maps and plans, 
do Stationery 



Stationery Office— Stationery 

do Books of reference 
do Map 



Total, Department of Justice, 
Penitentiaries Branch. 



Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
do J. G. Moylan 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

J. G. Moylan k 

G. L. Foster 

J. Leslie , 

H. B. S. Lane 

J. G. Moylan, cab hire at Ottawa 

Postage, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa , 

J. G. Moylan, postage NW 

do express 



Carried forward 



55 30 

7 50 

30 50 



199 11 

138 49 

8 52 

213 83 

616 72 

30 43 

75 



$ cts, 



,090 62 
16 69 



110 82 

17 77 

8 55 



890 74 



93 30 
1 30 



187 60 
24 50 



42 00 
25 69 
46 00 
12 12 
6 00 
4 25 
20 00 



559 95 



647 90 



69 96 
9 80 



1,503 15 

202 69 

49 50 

52 00 

7 50 



22 48 
9 25 
2 75 



$ cts. 



518 13 

366 37 

6 05 

40 00 



1,107 30 



137 14 



985 34 



212 00 

180 00 

36 00 

38 10 



156 06 



1,207 85 



4,990 34 



13 80 
6 00 



79 76 



1,814 84 

34 48 

1,948 88 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



3? 



CIVIL GOVERJT«ENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Brought forward 

Department of Justice — Concluded. 

Penitentaries Rranch — Concluded. 
Sundries — 

Office stamp 

Two telephone resonanters 



$ cts 



Queen's Printer— Printing .. 
do Bindiug ..... 

do Stationery 



Stationery Office — Stationery 

do Books of reference. 



Total, Penitentiaries Branch 



Department of Militia and Defence !— 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference ,. ». 

Maps and plans 

Postage, Postmaster, Ottawa 

Telegraphing — Great North- Western Telegraph Co. 
do Canada Mutual do 






12 00 

30 

52 86 



58 53 
2 20 



Travelling expenses — 

Hon. A. P. Caron , 

Lieut.-Col. Panet ,. 

F. E. P. Aldrich 

A. Benoit 

Hon. A. P. Caron, cab hire at Ottawa 



Extra Clerks— 

W. J. Davidson, 418 days, to June 30 

A. F. d'Eschambault, 395 days, to June 30. 



Extra messenger, W. Taylor, 365 days, to June 30. 

Engraving and lithographing 

Printing 100 diplomas. Royal Military College 

2 cabinet? for type-writer, Holland Bros , 

New type, bars and cylinders .• 



Sundries — 

Mounting maps ;..... 

Washing towels 

Ice , 

Goods 

Repairs 

Battle of Batoche, 4 copies 

Stationery Note a, page 52. 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 



$ cts. 



•Queen's Printer- 
do 
do 
do 

Stationery Office- 
do 



-Printing 

Binding 

Mounting maps. 
Stationery 



-Stationery .... 
Books of reference. 



gitiM <*m 



Total, Department of Militia and Defence., 



1,139 23 
208 54 
105 84 
928 56 



1,900 99 
264 33 



12 00 
6 00 



65 16 
60 73 



1,097 60 
22 00 



569 58 
100 00 
187 75 
173 00 
214 55 



836 00 
790 00 



60 00 
35 00 



37 70 
36 00 
36 80 
15 35 
5 00 

2 00 
1 50 

3 75 



2,382 17 
2,165 32^ 



$ cts. 



18 0» 



125 89 

2,092 77 



753 65 

256 75 

29 75 

127 59 



1,119 60 



1,244 88 



1,626 00 
456 25 
104 20 

7 75 



95 00 



138 10 



4,547 49 



10,507 01 



38 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834 5. 



11 



CIVIL OOVERNDIENT CONTINGENCIES— Cor, tinned. 

Department of tbe Secretary of State : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers t 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
861 38 








319 35 


Advertising in Morgan's Annual Register.. . Note c, page 52. 






100 00 






232 09 




_ _ 




31 00 


Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 




1,164 86 
26 66 


1,191 52 


Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 


269 14 
65 36 

340 50 


Freight 






Express 






Cartage .... 








370 00 
232 50 

10 00 


959 11 


Travelling expenses— 


460 75 


A. Audet 




Jas. Young .,. 








Hon. J. A. Chapleau, cab hire at Ottawa 

Hy. J. Morgan do 

Grant Powell ., ^ 

W. Foran ► 


376 75 

23 00 

17 25 

9 00 

8 50 

8 25 

5 00 

13 00 




L. H. Tache , 

T. O'Keefe 




J. Larkin , 




Sundry persons 












1,128 25 


Extra Clerks— 


912 50 
897 00 
430 00 
354 00 
216 00 
180 00 
150 00 
136 50 
122 00 
117 00 
36 00 
15 00 


L. H. Tache, to June 30 « 












C. L. Villemure, to Mar. 31 












L. C. Labelle, to Mar. 31 






F. W. Wurtele, to June 30 






E.Steele, to June 30 






J. A. Keays, to Dec. 31 






A. M. P. Drouin, to June 30 












J. D. Moodie, in April 








3,566 00 


Extra Messengers — 

W. deGrosbois, one year 


365 00 
365 00 
192 00 
93 00 
130 50 








P. Larkin, to June 30 






P. Lowham, laborer, to June 30 , 










1,145 50 


Extra services — 

L. C. Labelle 


75 00 
68 00 
31 50 


A. O. Mousseau , 






N. Larochelle , 










174 50 

70 00 












50 00 


Two tvpe-writers, Holland Bros 






250 00 


Washing towels « 




64 62 

46 00 

27 51 

51 50 

3 22 

12 00 

17 00 

10 00 

6 00 

3 55 










Goods , 












Mail bags 


















Office stamps. 












Roller and cylinder stop for type-writers , 






Carried forward 




241 40 


10,078 70 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



3fr 



C'lTIL OOTERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
241 40 

14 35 
3 75 


$ cts. 
10,078 70 


Department of tbe Secretary of State — Concluded. 




Gratuities to telegraph messengers .♦,... 






Balance due by T. O'Keefe, June 30, 1885 ,. 


259 50 
9 8T 


Queen's Printer— Printing. 

do Binding , 


316 52 

534 12 

60 96 

350 73 


1,262 33 
2,329 03 


do Mounting maps 




do Stationery ...... 








Stationery Office — Stationery 


1,692 19 
636 54 




do Books of reference 








3,591 36 






Total, Department of Secretary of State , .. 


13,939 43 






Department of the Interior : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference , 


506 07 
122 90 


Maps 






28 60 


Telephones at Dept.,Vict. Chambers, and Deputy's House, 6 
months < 






60 00 


Telegraphing— Great North- Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 

do L. C. Pereira 




2,554 37 
9 54 
3 38 

922 43 
1 69 

115 11 
7 00 




Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 




2,567 20 


Ii. C. Pereira, postage ••••••• 




' 


Express . 






Cartage 








581 42 
130 75 
197 24 
216 65 
654 20 


1,046 23 


Travelling expenses — 

A. M. Burgess - ... 


1,780 26 
12 00 


J. Johnston 




L. C. Pereira 




W. Mills 




E. Deville 




Sir David Macpherson, cab hire at Ottawa ., 


31 00 
148 75 
63 50 
69 50 
28 75 
25 75 
11 50 

9 75 
6 25 
5 50 

3 25 

3 25 

3 00 

27 25 




A. M. Burgess do , 




J.R.Hall do 




L. 0. Pereira do 




H. Kinloch do 




A. Chisholm do 




C. Hackett do 




P. B. Douglas do • 




C. Owne do 








W.Smith do 








J. Dunnet do 

J. Satchell do 




E. Deville do 




Sundry persons do 








Street car fares. 






Delivering night mail, H. Duggan 

Engraving and lithographing 




2,243 51 

54 00 

549 30 


Typewriter, Holland Bros * 






125 00 


Furniture and fittings , 






107 65 


1,100 office fyles, P. McGregor , 






68 50 


Stationery 






17 60 


Sundries — 

Washing towels » , , 




147 75 
330 31 
107 00 




Goods ,...., Note b } page 52. 






Ice 












Carried forward 




585 06 


7,496 65 



40 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



CI /ILL GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Brought forward , « 


$ cts. 


% cts. 
585 06 

73 80 
15 00 
9 50 
6 00 
3 75 
3 50 
2 50 


$ cts. 
7,496 65 


Department of the Interior — Concluded. 




Clocks 






Repairs - -.... 






Two telephone resonanters 






Gratuities to telegraph messengers 






P. Begin, extra work , ,. 






Periodicals • 






1,254 75 

1,443 19 

728 99 

2,142 25 

151 02 
3 93 


699 11 


Queen's Printer — Printing 


5,569 18 
4,195 59 


do Binding 




do Mounting maps and plans 




do Stationery . 




do Books of reference 




do Maps... •• 












9,764 77 






Total, Interior Department * 


17,960 53 


Department of Indian Affairs ; — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 


113 00 


Books of reference..... « 






14 00 


Maps..-.. 






39 50 


Telegraphing — Great North- Western Telegraph Oo 






929 15 


Postage, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa „ 




88 24 
35 




Freight , 






Travelling expenses — 

L. Yankoughnet ...« 


66 00 

929 08 

113 60 

26 20 

19 00 


88 59 


1,153 78 

24 95 
1 05 


A. Dingman 




W. A. Austin 




A. N. McNeill 

W. Plummer , 








L. Vankoughnet, cab hire at Ottawa 


18 20 
6 75 




Sundry persons do * 








Street car fares 






Extra Clerks— 

J. Austin, to June 30...., 




1,179 78 


547 50 
547 50 
547 50 
547 50 
387 00 
202 50 
69 00 


L. A. Dorval do , 






F R. Ross do 






J. H. Wilson do 






D. C. F. Bliss, to March 31 






Rev. W. Scott, to June 30 






W. A. Hunton, in May... 










2,848 50 
365 00 
266 10 


Extra Messenger, F. R. Bysche, to June 30 , 

Engraving and lithographing 




Copying, L. A Tobin 




183 00 
33 33 




do E.Webber 






Sundries — 

Washing towels ., 




216 33 


46 00 
24 40 
10 00 

3 75 
1 55 


Goods , 






Ice 






Mail bags 






Gratuity to telegraph messengers 














597 08 

810 11 

62 54 

1,151 68 


90 82 


Queen's Printer — Printing 


2,621 41 
762 53 


do Binding 




do Mounting maps 

do Stationery 








•Stationerv Office— Stationery 


728 38 
34 15 




do Books of reference 












3,383 94 






Total, Indian Department 


9,534 71 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



41 



CIVIL. GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 



Auditor General's Office : — 

Subscription to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Telephones at Audit Office and Auditor's house, I year. 
Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co....... 

do Canada Mutual do 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Express 



Travelling expenses — 

J. L. McDougall — to Washington and return, 
T. Porter, cab hire at Ottawa 



Extra Clerks — 

H. A. Baldwin, to May 31 
J. H. Salmon, to April .... 
J. W. Reid, to June 30. ... 



Extra messenger, J. Pender, to May 19 

Engraving and lithographing , 

Type-writer, Holland Bros ,... 

Sundries — 

Washing towels 

Goods 

Clock repairs 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Telephone resonanter 



Queen's Printer — Printing.... 
do Binding.... 

do Stationery 



Stationery Office— Stationery 

do Books of reference., 



Total, Auditor General's Office. 



JFinance Department and Treasury Board : — 

Subscription to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Periodicals 

Maps 

Telephones, at Deputy's office and Minister's office and house 

Telegraphing — Great North-Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 



Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa - 

Express 

Travelling expenses — 

SirS. L. Tilley 

J. M. Courtney * 

G. Y. Crookshank 



Sir S. L. Tilley, cab hire at Ottawa 
J. M. Courtney do 
T. D. Tims do 
Sundry persons 



Extra Clerks— 

C. E. Gallwey, to June 30 

C. Russell, to June 30 

H. S. Watson, to Oct. 31.. 

Extra Messengers — 

W. Archibald, to June 30 ., 
Jas. Taylor, to June 30 , 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 



95 54 
139 29 
127 49 



629 73 
44 54 



140 00 

143 80 

89 65 



78 25 


28 00 


5 30 


59 73 



$ cts. 



18 08 
55 


60 48 
6 88 


77 77 
38 


501 00 
300 CO 
248 66 



32 50 

22 89 

6 30 

3 75 

3 00 



362 32 
674 27 



3,534 87 
50 33 


467 05 
3 97 



373 45 



171 28 

730 00 
730 00 
307 50 



156 00 
100 00 



$ cts. 



123 82 
13 50 
85 00 



18 63 



67 36 



78 15 



1,049 66 

77 50 

12 00 

125 00 



68 44 



1,036 59 



2,755 65 



942 56 
35 00 
15 00 
15 00 

115 00 



3,585 20 



471 02 



544 73 



1,767 50 



256 00 



7 8 747 01 



42 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



II 



CIVII. GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 
Brought forward 


$ cts.. 


% cts. 


% Ct8_ 
7,747 01 

86 8T 
380 05 


Finance Department and Treasury Board — Continued. 

J. Sutcliffe, preparing Board of Trade returns ..... 

Lithographing and engraving 






Type-writer, Holland Bros 






125 00 


Cheque books 






105 40 


Sundries — 

Washing towels ". 




55 00 
60 01 

6 00 
5 60 
3 75 




Goods 






Ice 






Two telephone resonanters 






Repairs 






Gratuities to telegraph messengers 








1,592 87 

455 10 

2 50 

980 46 
307 85 


148 76 


Queen's Printer— Printing 

do Binding 


3,849 80 


do Mounting maps „..., 

do Stationery 




Stationery Office — Stationery , , 




do Books of reference 






5,138 11 






Total, Finance Dept. and Treasury Board 


13,731 20 








Inland Revenue Department ' — 


634 61 


Advertising in Morgans' Annual Register.. Note c, page 52. 






200 00 






322 06 


Maps 






18 70 


Telephones at Department, Deputy's house, and W. Hims- 
worth's house, 6 months 






57 75 






844 93 
207 03 




do Canada Mutual do 


<><•„ 

1,051196* 


Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 


176 60 

83 

176 86 

61 00 








Express ,.- 






Cartage , 








359 50 
121 05 
120 10 
100 00 
49 40 
12 99 


415 2» 


Travelling expenses — 

Hon. John Costigan 

J. F. Shaw 

W. L. Heron 

M. F. Walsh Note d, page 52. 

P. M. Robins 


763 04 

292 00 
1 45 


R. Stewart 




Hon. John Costigan, cab hire at Ottawa 


253 75 

13 50 

6 00 

3 00 

2 25 

13 50 




E. filial], cab hire at Ottawa 




J. A. Doyon do 




H. G, Lamothe do 


. 


B. H. Teakles do 




Sundry persons do , 














i 




1,056 4» 


Extra Clerks— 


212 38 

133 33 

111 11 

34 43 

33 33 


R. E. O'Hanly, to June 30 






M. Piche, to May 31 






K. Merrick, to April 30 






M. McCarthy, to May 31 










524 58 


Carrying night mail, H. Duggan, 




36 00 








199 60 


Printing cheques ♦, K ...... 






10 00 
5 25 




4,532 10 









11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



4a 



c . 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 
Brought forward 


% cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 
4,532 18 


Inland Revenue Department— Concluded. 
Sundries — 

Washing towels » 




56 40 

31 15 

30 72 

29 85 

18 81 

3 60 

6 00 

2 90 

13 80 

9 00 

8 90 

2 00 

5 75 








Mail bags 






Office stamps 






Newspapers 






" Life of the Queen," 6 parts ...... 






2 photographs of Canadian Nile Contingent 






Stationery Note a, page 52. 

Ice 










Three telephone resonanters ■, 






Labor *•,. 






Repairs 






Gratuities to telegraph messengers and expressmen 

Amount due by R. Archambault, June 30, 1885 





218 88 
50 00 


Queen's Printer — Printing 

do Binding 


270 65 

193 26 

13 69 

308 11 

964 61 
32 00 


785 71 
996 61 




do Mounting maps , 




do Stationery • 




do Books of reference 












1,782 32 
6,583 39 

726 75 


Total, Inland Revenue Department 

Department of Customs : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers ...... 




Books of reference 






242 70 


Maps 






38 50 


Telegraphing— Great North- Western Telegraph Co 




1,592 71 
18 52 

152 83 

1 86 

108 80 

65 70 




do Canada Mutual do 
Postmaster, Ottawa 




1,611 23 


Postage stamps. 






Express 






Cartage 








100 00 

212 50 

50 00 


329 19 


Travelling expenses — 

Hon. Jd. bowell 


362 50 
16 25 


W. G. Parmelee 




J. Johnson 








Hon. M. Bowell, cab hire at Ottawa 


2 00 
6 00 
4 75 

3 50 




J. Johnson , 




T.J. Watters 




Sundry persons..... 












378 75 


Extra Clerks— 

J. Christie, to June 30 , c 


657 68 
315 00 


W. J. McKenzie, shorthand writer, to June 30 










972 68 
180 00 


Extra messenger, H. Carleton, to June 30.. .> 

Extra Services — 

C. E. McKiel 


249 00 
48 50 

47 50 

48 50 


F. Bennet 






G. V. Ince 






G. S. Robinson 










393 £0 
89 25 


Engraving and lithographing 




Type-writer, Holland Bros 






125 00 


do cabinet, Holland Bros 






30 00 


Balance due by J. Walls, June 30, 1885 , 






4 00 










Carried forward „ 


5,121 55 



44 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



CIVIL G»VER?r«EXT COtfTINOENCf KS— Continued. 



Brought forward 



l>ej>arJiiB<nt of Customs — Concluded. 
Sundries — 

Washing towels 

Goods 

Ice ... 

Furniture and fittings 

Gas stove 

Repairs 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers.. 
Framing picture . 



Queen's Printer — Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps, 

do Stationery.... ... 



Stationery Office— Stationery .. 

do Books of reference. 



Total, Department of Customs. 



Post Office Dfpar/ineut: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

.Advertising in do 

do " Illustrated Guide to House of Commons 

do Morgan's " Annual Register" , 

do "Canadian Almanac" 



Books of reference .... 

Periodicals 

Maps 

Telephone at Department 6 months 

Telegraphing—Great North -We stern Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual do 

Rent of time ball line, 1 year, G. N. W. Telegraph Co. 

Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight , 

Express „ 

Cartage 



Travelling expenses — 

Hon. J. Darling..... 

A. L. Jarvis 

Wm. White 

W. D. LeSueur Note/, page 52. 

A. P. Sherwood) Note k, page 52 

W. Rowan 

J. C.Stewart 



Hon. J. Carling, cab hire at Ottawa, 
Sundry persons do 



Extra Clerks — 

M. O'Connor 

A. Samuels 

J. Seymour 

M. Tread well 

J. Grant, to June 30 . 
K. Merrick, to May 31 

W. Ketchum, May 

J. Prendergast, Jan.. , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



67 46 

103 64 

15 94 

81 87 



1,237 85 
16 00 



100 00 
637 25 
155 00 
90 60 
50 00 
28 50 
22 60 

77 70 
8 00 



$ cts. 



33 00 

47 65 

27 60 

10 45 

6 00 

3 75 

3 75 

3 00 



268 91 
1,253 85 



50 00 
50 00 
40 00 
40 00 



1,875 44 
40 61 
50 00 



733 76 

98 73 

33 15 

3 50 



1,083 95 



85 70 



400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

400 00 

144 00 

66 66 

33 33 

10 75 



$ cts. 
5,121 55 



135 20 



1,522 76 



916 37 



180 00 

517 65 

13 00 

56 50 

20 00 



1,966 05 



869 14 



1,169 65 



1,854 74 
7,563 10 



DETAILS CF EXPENDITURE. 



45 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Post Office department— Concluded. 

Extra Messenger, H. Cooch, to May 31 

Translating, T. G. Coursolles, House of Commons 

Copying, E. Fingland 

Engraving and lithographing 

Stationery 

Sundries — 

Washing towels 

Goods Note#, page 52, 

Ice .- 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Two telephone resonanters 

Picture frames 



Queen's Printer— Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps 
do Stationery 



Stationery Office — Stationery 

do 3ooks of reference 
do Map3 



Total, Post Office Department 



Department of Agriculture : 

Subscriptions to newspapers. 

Books of reference 

Pamphlets 



Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
do Canada Mutual do 

Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa 

Express and freight , 

Cartage 



Travelling expenses — 

A. J. Cambie 

Hon. J. H. Pope, cao hire at Ottawa 



Mrs. Lyster do 

A. J. Cambie do 

J. E W. Currier do 

J. Lowe do 

J. F. Dionne do 

W. F. Boardman do 

J. A. Lyster do 

L. J. Beland do 

J. Marmette do 

Messenger do 



Extra Clerks— 

H. J. Dereham , 

H. Ross 

H. H. Bailie, to June 30 .. 

J. Reiffenstein 

L. Rose 

A. Duff 

T. Casey, to Feb. 28 , 

W.J. Walsh , 

W. Dorion 

A. A. Duplessis 

C. Garon 

A. E. Caron, to June 30. 
V. Cote, to June 30 



$ cts. 



6,851 75 

2,828 45 

83 14 

10,205 82 



2,906 14 

227 50 

6 85 



126 75 

23 00 

11 15 

9 50 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



180 00 

439 66 

55 20 

7 00 

6 00 

3 50 



19,969 16 



3,140 49 



1,147 91 

29 90 



1,414 85 

662 23 

36 75 



15 00 



185 50 



730 00 
730 00 
700 00 
547 50 
547 50 
547 50 
486 00 
399 96 
365 00 
365 00 
365 00 
112 00 
111 00 



$ cts. 
7.563 10 



50 00 
61 50 
45 00 
2 50 
28 15 



691 36 



23,109 65 
31,551 26 



785 71 

328 97 

1 95 

9 40 



1,177 81 



2,113 83 



200 50 



6,006 46 
10,624 63 



46 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



CIVII, GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 
Brought forward 



Department of Agriculture— Concluded. 

Delivering night mail, H. Duggan 

Reporting, Holland Bros » 

Engraving, lithographing and stamping 

Type-writer, Holland Bros 

Sundries — 

Cleaning offices 

Washing towels 

Goods 

Cheque books Note h, page 52. 

Ice 

Fyle boards 

Mail bags (8) 

Eyelets (10,000) 

Apparatus for investigating insect ravages 

Office stamps - 

Repairs 

Furniture and fittings 

Cylinder shifts for type-writer 

Picture of the Queen 

Picture frames 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Assistance to immigrant 



Queen's Printer — Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps 
do Stationery 



Stationery Office— Stationery , 

do Books of reference. 



Total, Department of Agriculture. 



Department of Marine: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Maps and charts ... 

Telegraphing — Great North- Western Telegraph Co. 
Postage, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Express 

Cartage 



cts. 



1,233 52 

426 37 

39 51 

1,664 04 

1,550 26 
114 24 



Travelling expenses — 
Hon. A. W. McLelan 

Wm. Smith 

T. E. McLelan 



Hon. A. W. McLelan, cab hire at Ottawa 
W. Smith do 



Extra Clerks— 

M. Lamouche.- 

M. Grant, to June 30 
R. Roy, to June 30.... 



Extra messenger— J. Brown 

Engraving and lithographing. , 

Difference paid on exchange of type-writers 

Sundries — 

Washing towels , 

Goods 

Cheque books 

Office stamps , 

Ice 



Carried forward 



200 00 

176 18 

76 50 



12 75 
2 00 



$ cts. 



952 50 

91 00 

169 29 

65 50 

50 60 

40 00 

21 58 

21 25 

19 48 

10 00 

9 25 

4 25 

4 00 

3 85 

3 50 

3 75 

1 00 



3,363 44 
1,661 50 



462 87 

18 78 

3 95 



452 68 
14 75 



730 00 
623 25 
429 96 



18 00 
18 33 

60 50 
44 00 
18 40 

149 23 



$ cts. 
10,624 63 



36 00 
524 00 

427 75 
125 00 



1,470 80 



5,027 94 
18,236 12 



445 70 
89 40 
12 52 

901 09 



485 60 



467 43 



1,783 21 
48 00 
44 00 
38 25 



4,315 20 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



47 



•CIVIE GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued, 

Brought forward 

department of Marin** — Coneluded. 

Type- writer and stamp ribbons 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Repairs - 

Telephone resonanter 

Recording deed 



Due by W. S. Magee, June 30, 1885 Note e, page 52. 

Quten's Printer — Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps 

do Stationery 



Stationery Office — Stationery 

do Books of reference . 



Total, Marine Department. 



Department of Fisheries : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Advertising in Dawson Bros.' Bandbook to Canada c 

Books of reference ...- 

Maps and plans ..... 

Telegraphing — Great Noith- Western Telegraph Co 

Express charges . 

Travelling expenses — 

Hon. A. W. McLelan > 

John Tilton 

Sundry persons, cab hire at Ottawa 



$ cts. 



1,820 21 

45 84 

33 16 

672 75 



834 03 
34 17 



$ cts. 
149 23 



6 10 
3 75 
3 00 
3 00 
50 



2,571 96 
868 20 



Extra messenger — J. M. Brown, to June 30 

Engraving and lithographing 

Binding photographs of London Fisheries Exhibition. 
Sundries — 

Washing towels 

Goods ,.., 

Office stamps 

Mail bags ■ 

Clock 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 



Queen's Priflter— Printing 

do Binding 

do Mounting maps and plans 
do Stationery 



Stationery Office — Stationery 

do Books of reference. 



232 14 

26 80 
11 88 

263 74 



343 00 

87 50 

2 50 



24 00 
30 25 
19 50 
18 62 
8 50 
2 00 



437 93 
4 00 



Total, Fisheries Department . 



Department of Pnblic Works : — 

{Subscription to newspapers , 

Books of reference , 

Periodicals « 

Maps 

Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
do Canada Mutual do 
do Sundry telegrams , 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Postage stamps 

Rent of P.O. box, Quebec, for Sir H. L. Langevin 
Freight and express , 



Carried forward 



534 56 
441 93 



1,345 24 

95 81 

2 20 



350 32 

6 50 

10 00 

83 84 



$ eta. 
4,315 20 



165 58 
23 63 



3,440 16 



7,944 57 



105 07 
50 00 
15 60 
21 50 

283 07 
24 88 



433 00 

247 00 

76 00 

64 00 



102 87 



976 49 
2,399 48 



788 74 

335 45 

18 00 

49 20 



1,443 25 



450 66 
3,085 30 



43 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



CIVII. ttOYERSHHEXT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 

Brought forward 



Department of Public Works— Concluded. 
Travelling expenses — 

Sir Hector Langevin 

E. F. E. Roy 



Sir Hector Langevin, cab hire at Ottawa 
Secretary do 

G. F. Baillairge do 

Sundry persons do 



Street car fares. 



Due, June 30, 1885, by 0. Dionne Note e, page 52. 

do A. G. Kingston Note e, page 52 

Engraving and lithographing 

Binding 

Sundries- 
Washing towels 

Goods 

Office stamps . # 

Traveiling bag, E. F. E. Roy 

Packing boxes , 

Photographs and picture frames , 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 



Queen's Printer- 
do 
do 
do 



-Printing 

Binding 

Mounting maps...-. 
Stationery 



Stationery Office — Stationery 

do Books of reference. 



Total, Department of Public Works. 



Department of Railways and Canals; — 

Subscription to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Maps -. 

Telephone 

Telegraphing— Great North-Western Telegraph Co 
do Canada Mutual do 
do Sundry persons, telegrams 



Postage — Postmaster, Ottawa. 
Freight 



Cab hire at Ottawa— Hon. J. H Pope. 

do C. Schreiber 

do J. Page 

do Sundry persons ., 



Engraving and lithegraphing 
Sundries — 

Washing towels 

Goods 

Ice 

Repairs 

Copies of judgment 



Queen's Printer — Printing ... 

do Binding 

do Stationery . 



Stationery Office— Stationery 

do Books of reference 



$ cts. 



300 00 
362 50 


173 25 
62 00 
17 30 

152 35 



470 17 

373 22 

81 62 

285 55 



Total, Department of Railways and Canals. 



1,460 08 
76 90 



438 01 
9J)3 35 
375 72 

2,307 62 
113 00 



$ cts. 



662 50 



404 90 
7 00 



53 00 
584 27 
71 50 
55 20 
30 00 
27 25 
12 60 
6 50 



1,210 56 
1,536 S8 



614 70 

24»80 

8 00 



335 58 
44 05 



21 30 

29 25 
4 25 

30 05 



83 50 

97 97 

46 00 

4 00 

1 00 



1,717 08 
2,420 62 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



49 



€IVII. GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Continued. 



Depart inoiiis Generally :— 

Wages of laborers and charwomen , 

Ammunition for noon gun 

Allowance for firing gun-— R. Greenfield 
do do S Greenfield 

Making flannel bags do 



Goods 
Ice 



Cheque books 

Washing towels 

Office stamp 

Queen's Printer— Printing ... 

do Binding , 

do Stationery . 

Stationery Office— Stationery. 



Less— Refund. 



High Commissioner Jor Canada, in London — 

Amount paid Sir Charles Tupper by authority of Sir S. L. 
Tilley. (Details of this expenditure have not yet been 
received. See correspondence on page 52) 



$ cts 



16 31 
1 47 
5 12 



Amounts paid by Sir Charles Tupper 's Cheques on Bank of 
Montreal, London, Eng. — 

R. Hall, water rates, 6 months, to midsummer 

T. Reynolds, insurance on official residence and furni- 
ture, to Sept. 29, 1885 

Praeds & Co., ground rent, 6 months, to Sept. 29, 1884... 
do do less income tax, 6 months 

to March 25, 1885 

Davy, parochial rate, June 24 to Sept. 29, 1884. 

do do J year, from Sept. 30, 1884.... 
do do do March 26, 1885... 
J. Hodges, income tax on Sir Charles Tupper's 
salary, for year ended April 5, 1885. 

C. W. Mayne, house tax on official residence, for year 
ended April 5, 1885 



W. 



A. 



Part of J. G. Colmer's salary, balance paid by Department 

of Agriculture 

Stationery Office at Ottawa, books of reference 



Total, High Commissioner-,. 



Calculating Saving* Bank Interest 

Finance Department — 

E. L. Brittain, salary $ 479 16... 



Capbert 
H. G. Fripp 
N. S Garland 
T. Gilmour 
J. Hopkirk 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Geo. Lowe, jun. do 
J. McNicol 
J. P. Nutting 
C. P. Street 
C. W. Tabor 
C. J. Tasker 
C. E. Turgeon 



a© 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



887 50 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 

812 50. 
1,200 00. 
1,600 00 
1,200 00. 
1,13) 00. 
1,400 00 

512 50. 
1,000 00. 
1,400 00 



3 — 4** 



Carried forward 



% cts. 



152 36 

40 00 

40 00 

6 00 



22 90 
148 53 



9 73 

35 90 
166 78 

165 37 

81 4) 
159 87 
171 71 

250 02 

80 10 



$ cts. 



18,315 04 



238 36 

594 15 

88 70 

18 00 

17 00 

60 



171 43 



19,443 28 
2 42 



19,440 86 



2,000 00 



1,120 89- 

486 67 
4 00 





3,611 56 


112 48 




83 10 




51 64 




49 70 




83 66 




120 62 




35 40 




32 48 




56 68 




30 36 




46 62 




117 92 




47 56 






868 12 





868 12 



50 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



11 



civil government contingencies— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



Calculating Savings Bank Interest — Concluded. 
Post Office Department- 
W". J. Barrett, salary 



J. C. Beatty 
E. B. Bell 
E. A. Black 
J. H. Bollard 
J. P. Brophy 
H. N. Chesley 
M. K Dunlevie 
W. H. Eagleson 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



J.H.Fairweather do 



M. Finn 
A. L. Geddes 
S Graham 
F. E. Grout 
W. R. Hanley 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



W. H. Rarrington do 



E. E. Hayes 
E F. Jarvis 
W. J. Johnstone 
W H. Kreps 

C. W. Lally 
A. Lampman 
E. Learoyd 
J. Mullin 

W. H. McCuaig 
H. McGillivray 

D. McPherson 
W. Rowan 

J. R. Smith 
R. J Shaw 
W. Stewart 

E. Taylor 

P. B. Taylor 
S. S. Thome 
J. Wall 
W. J. Wilson 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



$1,737 50.. 

726 63 
1,000 00., 

837 44. 

587 50 
1,400 00.. 

625 00., 
1,000 00., 
1,150 00., 
1,150 00. 

512 50 . 

604 16 , 

450 00.. 

600 00., 

500 00. 
1,400 00 , 

462 50., 

612 50., 
1,150 00 
1,000 00 

600 00. 

512 50. 

437 50. 

550 00 

950 00. 

550 00. 
1,150 00 

900 00. 
1,375 CO. 
1,375 00 

550 00. 

587 50 

675 00. 
1,150 00. 
1,000 00 

529 16. 



Total, Computing Savings Bank Interest. 

Board of Civil Service Examiners* — 

P. LeSueur, Secretary , 

do to pay for work in excess of 60 days 

Jas. A. Keays, Clerk to the Board 

Assistant and Messenger for two years , 

A. D. DeCelles, Examiner, 60 days , 

do to pay for work in excess of 60 days. 
John Thorburn, Examiner, 60 days 

do to pay for work in excess of 60 days. 



$ cts. 



Travelling expenses, P. LeSueur 

do A- D. DeCelles. 

do John Thorburn. 

Sub-examiners and expenses- 
Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

British Columbia 

Manitoba . 

Prince Edward Island 



Advertising — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia. 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



43 98 


8 04 


38 27 


47 90 


53 77 


15 66 


54 16 


15 86 


53 78 


59 62 


6 85 


46 47 


10 00 


22 35 


21 00 


60 00 


24 88 


60 53 


43 17 


54 66 


23 24 


34 01 


11 36 


22 02 


53 41 


6 99 


23 02 


35 28 


47 09 


19 92 


48 62 


40 41 


43 47 


41 02 


18 95 


34 82 



1,000 00 


300 00 


249 98 


100 00 


300 00 


300 00 


300 00 


300 00 


81 02 


73 50 


194 70 


391 20 


140 30 


129 42 


74 91 


62 00 


77 74 


66 20 


190 54 


136 88 


26 40 



353 82 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



51 



CIVII, GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES— Con tinued. 

Brought forward 



Board of Civil Service Examiners— Concluded. 

New Brunswick 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

Prince Edward Island 



Queen's Printer 

Stationery 

Lithographing, Geo. Cox 

Telegraphing 

Translation, D. L. Desaulniers, House of Commons.., 

do A. Audet, Secretary of State's Department 

Rent of office, Scottish Ontario & Manitoba Co., 4 month; 

Janitor at Ottawa examinations , 

Cab hire, P. LeSueur 

Lamp and oil 



Total. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 
353 82 



41 7! 

33 60 

39 52 

9 10 



1,140 74 
133 32 
80 00 
21 20 
5 73 
12 00 
91 68 
10 00 

3 75 

4 15 



ij> cts. 
4,140 9f 



477 75 



1,502 57 



6,121 29 



Audit Ofpice, Ottawa, July 22, 1885. 

Sir, — I beg to make the following suggestions in connection with the advances 
which may be made by you for travelling expenses during the current fiscal year. 

The requisition for each advance should give the point of destination, the pro- 
bable time when departure will be made, and the approximate number of days which 
will elapse between the dates of the departure and return on each trip. 



I have, &c, 



The Accountant of Contingencies. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A.-G. 



- Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 8, 1885. 

Sir, — I have to request that you will see that the signature of the Deputy Head 
of the Department is appended to each detailed statement of expenditure of advances 
for petty expenses. 

The adoption of this rule will secure evidence in each case of the approval of tha 
expenditure for this service, consequent upon an examination of the items by the 
Deputy Head of the Department. 

I have, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.-G. 
The Accountant of Contingencies. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, June 23, 1885. 
Sir, — I have the honor to request that you will not make advances for petty 
expenses, under Civil Government Contingencies, for 1885-8b', to those who have not 
rendered details of the expenditure of advances made to them for that service in the 
current fiscal year, and deposited the balances, if any, to the credit of the Receiver- 
General. 

I would also request that the advances for travelling expenses for the current 
year may be accounted for, in the terms of the Order in Council of the 12th November 
Utot. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.-G. 
The Accountant of Contingencies. 



3~4£** 



52 AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT CONTINGENCIES. 

NOTES ON EXPENDITURE. 

a. See Order in Council, page 4, concerning Stationery Office. 

b. 31 Vic, Cap. 35, Sec. 2, provides for supply of furniture or fittings by the- 
Department of Public Works. 

c. See Order in Council, page 5, concerning books and advertising in pamphlets. 
Payments of this nature will be discontinued in the future. — T.E. 

d. Details of this expenditure have not yet been supplied. 

e. These amounts are accounted for with the expenditure for 1885-6. 

f. Eailway fares are here charged in one amount. The sums paid for fares from 
each point of departure to that of destination should be given. Also, in charges for 
cab-hire, dates and sums paid at each place should be given. 

g. $22.68 of this amount is for goods required for cleaning offices. These should 
be procured by the Accountant of Contingencies, for Departments generally, under 
Section 11 of 31 Vic, cap. 35. 

h. $32.75 of this, for printing 2,090 cheques, was certified by the Queen's Printer 
at $27.75 The excess paid over the amount certified by the Queen's Printer is 
unauthorized. 

k. A refund of $2.42, in Departments generally, was made from this item. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 26, 1885. 
Sir — I have the honor to request that you will furnish me with a statement of 
expenditure on account of the contingencies of the High Commissioner for Canada, 
during the past fiscal year, together with vouchers for the same, as provided for by 
Order in Council of the 27th October, 1882. 

I would be glad to receive the statement and vouchers at an early date, as the 
Public Accounts for 1884-85 are now printing. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The High Commissioner. 

9 Victoria Chambers, London, Oct. 29, 1885. 
Sir, — In the absence of Sir Charles Tupper, 1 have to acknowledge the receipt 
of your letter of the 26th ultimo, on the subject of the contingent expenses of the 
High Commissioner during the past fiscal year. 

I beg to state that your letter will be placed before Sir Charles Tupper imme- 
diately on his return to the office. 

Your obedient servant, 

JOS. G. COLMER, Sec'. 
The Auditor-General. 



ETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



53 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 






Expenditure under Supply Bill. 

Miscellaneous Justice : — 

North-West Mounted Police Branch — Maintenance of prisoners in N.W.T 
do witnesses' , interpreters' and jurors' fees , 



Bompas, Bischoff & Dodgson, part of counsel fee re Liquor License Act. 

Sheriffs. E. St. 0. Chapleau, one year's salary, to June 30, 1885 

Christopher Robinson, retainer in prosecution of Riel and others 

B. B. Osier do do 

T. Chase Casgrain do do 

D. L. Scott do do 



Holland Bros., reporting re Liquor License Ac/t — 

5 days' note-taking, at $5 

Transcript of notes, 1,650 folios, at 30c 

Additional copy of report, 1,650 folios, at 5c. 



Hugh Richardson, attendance at Ottawa re Torrens Act- 
Moving expenses, Regina to Ottawa and return 

Cab hire in Ottawa 

16 days' living allowance, west of Ontario, at $5 

54 do in Ontario, at $3.50 

Paid W. P. Sharp for assistant at Regina 

Paid Wm. Ourran, shorthand writer .. 



Notes of evidence in various cases , 

Judge Sinclair, Hamilton, holding Court of Assize and Nisi Prius in 
Provisional District of Thunder Bay, Nov. 5 to 19, 1884 

D. L. Scott, Regina, fees in Queen vs. John Connor- 
Counsel fee at trial, 2 days 

Attendance and correspondence, April 8 to 29, 1885 



cts. 



5,209 40 
1,872 48 



1,000 00 
750 00 
600 00 
250 00 



25 00 

495 00 

82 50 



149 50 

5 00 

80 00 

189 00 
20 00 
60 00 



Jas. Maclennan, Q.C., services as Judge Armour's lawyer on arbitration. 

H. F. Stuart, Calgary, rent of room for court 

C. E. D. Wood, Macleod do 

H Dunn do 

J. C. Colter, Medicine Hat, rent of room, 3 days 

J. H. McLean, Alberta, rent of room - 

W. Black, rmt of room , 

Wm. Cousins, Medicine Hat, rent of room, 2 days 

Jas. H., Benson, Regina, services as Deputy Sheriff ... .... 

J. G. Fitzgerald, services as Deputy Sheriff... 

D.J.Campbell do , 

P. K. Gibson, Regina do 

H. E. Ross, Regina do * 



50 00 

51 05 



100 00 
30 50 
25 00 
15 00 
11 20 
10 00 
10 00 



118 35 
95 00 
90 70 
78 80 
25 00 



Geo. A. Watson, Edmonton, counsel fee, Queen vs. Vezina ... 
do do do Dawson . 

H. Bleecker, Calgary, counsel fee, Queen vs. McManus 

W. C. Hamilton, Regina do do Broley 

do do 

do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



W. P. Sharp, Regina 

do 
W. R. Gunn, Battleford 
Aug. Foy, Regina 
0. 0. McCaul 
Jas, A. Loughren 



Buffa:o Calf 



Jos. Nepessis 
Pelletier et al. 

Rothwell 

do 



H. Le Jeune, Regina, services as Justice of the Peace 

Capt. P. A. Scott, expenses as Nautical Aseessor at Quebec- 
Moving expenses, to Quebec and return 

Living allowance, 9 days, at $3.50 



50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
40 00 
25 00 
25 00 
40 00 
37 50 



Rev. Pere Hugonnard, expenses, attending Stevensons before execution. 

P. J O. Chauveau, Commissioner under Prevention of Crimes Act 

E. A.D6ry do do 

Chas. Alleyn do do 



Carried forward 



36 70 
31 50 





83 33 
83 33 
83 33 



$ cts. 



7,081 88 
1,460 00 
1,200 00 



2,500 00 



602 50 



503 50 
401 02 

200 00 



101 05 
100 00 



201 70 



407 85 



367 50 
50 00 



68 20 
52 00 



249 99 



15,547 19 



54 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Brought forward 



Expenditure under Supply Bill. 

Miscellaneous Justice — Concluded. 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, for stationery 



$ cts 



Total, Miscellaneous Justice. 



Travelling expenses of Stipendiary Magistrates in N.W.T. 
Jas P. Macleod, Macleod, allowance for travelling ... 
Hugh Richardson, Regina ' do 

Ohas. B. Rouleau, Battleford do 



Circuit Allowances, Brituh Columbia:- 
Supreme Court — 

SirM. B. Begbie 

Hon. H. P. Crewe 

J. H.Gray 

John F. McCrei^ht 

Geo. A. Walkem 

County Courts — 

Hon. Eli Harrison •. 



1,000 CO 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



Travelling Allowances, Supreme and County Courts, Manitoba :- 
Queen's Bench — 

Hon. Lewis Walbridge ... 

Joseph Dubuc 

T. W. Taylor 

County Courts— 

Hon. Joseph Ryan .~ 

D, M. Walker 

W. D. Ardagh 



Precis Writer of Supreme Court : — 

George Duval, to complete $2,050 for 1883-4, voted 

do amount voted for 1884-5 

Clerk in Registrar's Office, Supreme Court: — 

Walter J. Thicke 

Second Clerk in Registrar's Office, Supreme Court : — 

James Laweon 

Senior Messenger of Supreme Court :— 

Francis Curran 

Second Messenger of Supreme Court : — 

Francis Morel 

Third Messenger of Supreme Court :— 

Joseph Lynch 

Contingencies, Judges' travelling expenses; also salaries of Officers {sheriff 

Ushers,) in the Supreme and Exchequer Courts of Canada, and $150.00 

for books for Judges: — 

R. Cassels, additional as Editor of Supreme Court Reports 

Francis Curran, additional as Usher of Supreme Court 

Geo. Duval, reporting eases for law journals 

Sheriff Sweetland, services of self and constables 

Charwomen 

Carswell & Co., for books 

Postages 

Rent of telephone 

Hon. T. Fournier, travelling expenses 

Telegrams 

Ede & Sons, gown for Registrar 

A. J. Horan, 31 days' services as Extra Clerk 

Alleyn & Paquette, Sheriffs of Quebec, for services 

Ice 

Towelling, spittoous, whisks, and material for charwomen 

G. Duval, travelling expenses afl Acting Registrar 

Subscription to newspapers , 

Peter Dunne, jun., services s 1 jssenger 

Durie & Son, bookstand and book , 

Carried forward ;. ; 



1,163 42 

1,196 00 

100 00 

969 25 

2,112 94 



502 25 



24 30 
88 30 
69 50 

249 45 
333 00 
769 45 



600 00 
100 00 

ioe oo 

680 00 

963 00 

124 25 

301 78 

110 00 

70 30 

60 70 

47 26 

38 75 

37 00 

35 25 

34 27 

33 25 

31 75 

31 50 

13 60 

3,412 56 



$ cts. 
15,547 19 

8 55 
15,555 74 

3,000 00 



6,043 86 



1,534 00 



50 00 
,100 00 


850 00 


650 00 


500 00 


450 00 


317 50 



31,051 10 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



55 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Brought forward. 



Expenditure under Supply Bill. 



Contingencies— Concluded. 

Punch, stamping ribbon, and ink ... 

Holland Bros., reporting 

J. R Esmonie, repairing ~ 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers. 

F. R. E. Campeau, a book 

One telephone resonanter 

Queen's Printer. 

Stationery Office, for stationery 



Law reports and text books for Supreme Court library- 

G..Bossange, for books 

Carswell & Co., for books 

Canada Atlantic Railway, freight 

Express, cab-hire and cartage. 



Printing and binding of Supreme Court reports- 
Queen's Printer 

Sundry outlay connected with the Maritime Court of Ontarlo- 

R. Hall, services as constable 

J. C. Taylor do 

Alex. Downey, shorthand reporting.... 

Registrar of Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec— 

J. Dunbar 

Marshall of Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec — 

J. B. Parkin... ., 



Total Expenditure for Justice under Supply Bill. 



$ cts. 



3,412 56 



6 40 
6 CO 
4 50 
3 25 
3 00 
3 00 
204 01 
310 30 







468 78 

668 15 

12 77 

9 07 



12 00 
12 00 
35 00 



$ cts. 



31,051 10 



3,953 02 



1,158 77 
2,007 13 

59 00 
666 66 
333 34 

39,229 02 



58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Expenditure Authorized by Statute:— 

Supreme »nd Exchequer Court of Canada :• 
Chief Justice- 
Sir W. J. Ritchie - 

5 Puif ue Judges, at $7,000— 

Hon S. H Strong 

J. W. Gwynr.e 

W. A. Henry 

T. Fournier , 

H. E. Taschereau 

Registrar— 

R. Oassela 



Province of Ontario. 

Court of Appeal : — 

Chief Justice of Ontario and Chief Justice of Appeal- 
Hon. J. H. Hagarty 



4 Justices, at $5,000— 

Hon. J. G. Morrison., 

C. S. Patterson. 

G. W. Burton... 

F. Osier 



High Court of Justice : — 

Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench 
Hon. Adam Wilson 



Queen'* Bench Division: — 
2 Judges, at $5,000— 
Hon. J. D. Armour .. 
John O'Connor. 



Common Pleas Division : — 

Chief Justice of the Common Pleas- 
Hon. M. O. Cameron 



2 Judges, at $5,000— 
Hon. Thos. Gait ... 
John E. Rose. 



Chancery Division : — 

Cancellor of Ontario — 

Hon. John A. Boyd.... 
2 Judges, at $5,000— 

Hon. Thos. Ferguson. 
W. Proudfoot 



Circuit Allowances : — 

Queen's Bench Division— 
Hon. Adam Wilson.... 

J. D. Armour , 

John O'Connor.. 



Common Pleai Division :— 

Hon. it. O. Cameron 

Thomas Gait , 

JohuE. Roso 



Chancery Division : — 

Hon. John A. Boyd .. .. 
Thomas Ferguson. 
W. Proudfoot 



Maritime Court., Ontario : — 
Salary of Judge- 
John Boyd 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



4,583 34 

5,000 00 
5,00o 00 
5,000 00 



5,000 00 
4,027 80 



5,000 00 
6,000 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 0% 



900 00 

1,400 00 

800 00 



1,400 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 



1,600 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 



$ Cts. 



8,000 00 



35,000 00 
2,600 00 



6,000 00 



19,583 34 



6,000 00 

9,027 80 
6,000 00 

10,000 00 
6,000 00 

10,000 00 



3,100 00 



4,200 00 



4,800 00 



$ cts. 



45,600 00 



25,583 34 



47,027 80 



12,100 00 

600 00 

130,911 14 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



57 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Brought forward 

Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 

Province of Ontario. 

County Courts: — 

38 Judges, including Algoma, varying from $2,000 to 
$2,600 each (39 paid) :— 

Hon. J. A. Ardagh, Simcoe , 

John Boyd, York 

Z Burnham, Ontario 

Arch. Bell, Kent 

Geo. Baxter, Welland 

G. McK. Clark, Northumberland and Durham. 

J. Deacon, Renfrew 

W. W. Dean, Victoria 

George Drew, Wellington 

R. Dennistoun, Peterboro' 

J. Daniell, Prescott and Russell. 

W. Elliott, Middlesex 

Alex. Finkle, Oxford 

J. M. Hamilton, Thunder Bay 

D. J. Hughes, Elgin 

C. H. Home, Essex 

S. J. Jones, Brant 

R. P. Jellett, Prince Edward 

J. J. Kingsmill, Bruce 

R. T.Livingstone, Norfolk 

D. H. Lizars, Perth 

T. A. Lazier, Hastings 

H. Macpherson, Grey 

W. Miller, Waterloo 

T. Miller, Halton 

J. M. McCarthv, Dufferin. 

D. S. McQueen, Oxford 

H. S. Macdonald, Leeds and Grenville 

W. McCrae, Algoma 

T.3. McMahon, Norfolk 

J. F. Pringle, Stormont, Dundasand Glengarry 

C. V. Price, Frontenac 

C. Robinson, Lambton 

W. A. Ross, Carleton 

A. F. Scott, Peel 

J. S.Sinclair, Wentworth 

E. J. Senkler, Lincoln 

W. S. Senkler, Lanark 

Isaac F. Toms, Huron 

M. 0. Upper, Haldimand 

W. H. Wilkinson, Lennox and Addington 



11 Junior County Court Judges, at $2,000— 

Hon. T. M. Benson, Northumberland and Durham.. 

W. F. A. Boys, Simcoe 

R B. Carman, Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry 

A. C Chadwick, Wellington.. 

F. Davis, Middlesex \ 

G. H. Dartuell, Ontario 

B. L Doyle, Huron 

E. B. Fralkk, ilastiugs 

A. Lacourse, Waterloo 

R. Lyon, Uarleton 

Jos. E. Macdougall, York 



Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges, including 
Algoma* , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



Salary. 

2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,187 15 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,043 05 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

117 23 
1,392 86 
2,600 00 
2,000 00 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

282 47 
2,400 00 
2,204 32 
2,400 00 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,383 29 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
1,911 75 
2,400 ©0 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 



2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

22,000 00 



$ cts. 



Travelling 
Expenses. 

200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

11 10 
138 83 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

25 05 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 CO 
183 34 
200 00 
200 00 
168 27 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



9,926 59 



$ cts. 



130,911 14 



90,522 12 



22,000 00 



9,926 59 



253,359 85 



58 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Brought forward 

Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 

Province of Quebec. 

Court of Queen's Bench: — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. Sir A. A. Dorion. , 

5 Puisne Judges, at $5,000— 

Hon S. <J. Monk 

T. K. Kamsay . .. 

U. J. Tessier ... 

Alex. Cross 

L. F. G.Baby 



Superior Court : — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. W. C. Meredith, 3 months 

A. Stuart, March 9 to June 30. 



11 Judges, at $5,000— 

Hon. F. W. Andrews 

L. E. N. Oasault , 

L. B. Caron 

M. Doherty 

F. G. Johnson 

L. A. Jette 

L. O. Loranger 

M. Matthieu 

A. C. Papineau 

H. T Rainville 

A, Stuart, to March 8. 
F. W. Torrance ...... .. 



13 Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

E. T. Brooks 

L. Belanger , 

J. B. Bourgeois 

G. C. V. Buchanan. 

W. W. Chagnon 

H E. Cimon 

Chas. J. Gill 

J. A. Mouaseau 

Wm. McDougall ..... 
M. A. Plamondon... 

L. V. Sicoite , 

H. T. Taschereau.... 



2 Judges, at $3,500— 

Hon. T. McCord 

A. B. Routhier 



Court of Vice- Admiralty : — 
Salary of Judge — 

Hon. Geo. Irvine . ... 



Circuit Allowances, Quebec :— 
Queen's Bench — 

Sir A. a. Dorion 

Hon. S. C. Monk 

T. K. Ramsay 

U. J. Tessier* 

Alex. Cross 

L. F. G. Baby 



$ cts. 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



1,500 00 
1,870 97 



1,465 11 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,6C0 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,440 77 
5,000 00 



Carried forward 2,648 00 403,770 05 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4, COO 00 



3,500 00 
3,500 00 



400 00 
400 00 
448 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 30 



$ cts. 



6,000 00 



25,000 00 



3,370 97 



54,905 88 



$ cts. 



253,359 85> 



52,000 00 

7,000 00 
2,133 35 



2,648 00 



150,410 20 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



59 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Brought forward 

Expenditure Authorized by Statute :■ 

Province of Quebec. 

Superior Court — 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

L. Belanger 

J. B. Bourgeois 

E. T. Brooks ~ 

G. 0. V. Buchanan , 

W. W. Chagnon 

L. B. Caron 

H. B. Cimon 

Chas. 8. Gill 

F. G. Johnson- 

M. Matthieu 

J. A. Mousseau 

T. MeOord 

Wm. McDougall 

M. A. Plamondon 

A. B. Routhier 

L. V. Sicotte 

fl. T. Taschereau 



Province of Nova Scotia. 



Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. Jas. McDonald . . 

Judge in Equity — 

Hon. A. James 



5 Puisne Judges, at $4,000- 
Hon. R. L. Weatherbee . 

W. H. Smith 

H. McDonald 

S. G. Rigby 

J. S. D. Thompson 



Court of Vice-Admiralty : — 
Salary of Judge — 

Hon. Jas. McDonald. 

Circuit Allowances: — 

Hon. Jas. McDonald , 

R. L. Weatherbee... 

H. W. Smith 

H. McDonald , 

S. G. Rigby 

J. S. D. Thompson. 



County Courts : — 

Judge for Halifax County— 
Hon. G. A. Blan chard... 



6 other Judges, at $2,400— 
Hon. J. W. Johnston.... 

A. H. Savary 

B. E. Tremaine.... 

S. Campbell 

W. A. D. Morse... 
M. B. DesBrisay... 



Carried forward. 



$ ctg. 



1,036 00 


366 00 


318 00 


216 00 


408 00 


78 00 


528 00 


486 00 


9>4 00 


332 00 


174 00 


1,222 00 


1,060 00 


468 00 


696 00 


638 00 


510 00 


798 00 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 



300 00 
900 00 
1,100 00 
1,100 00 
300 00 
700 00 



2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
1,543 66 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 



$ cts. 



2.648 00 



10,258 00 



5,000 00 



4,000 00 



20,000 00 
600 00 



4,400 00 
2,400 00 



403,770 05 



12,906 00 



13,543 66 



49,943 66 



416,676 06 



«0 



ATOITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18S4-5. 



11 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Ctl. 


Brought forward • 




49,943 66 
1,327 72 


416,676 06 


Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 

Province of Nova Scotia — Concluded. 

Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges: — 

Hon. G. A. Blanchard 


200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
127 72 
200 00 
200 00 


J. W. Johnston • 




A H. Savary 

B. E. Tremaine 




S. Campbell 




W. A. D. Morse , 

M. B. DesBrisay , 


• 










51,271 38 


Province of New Brunswick. 

Supreme Court of New Brunswick: — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. J C. Allan 


5,000 00 

15,625 58 
4,000 00 

600 00 
3,300 00 

14,633 33 
1,200 00 


4 Puisne Judges, at $4,000— 


4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,464 26 
1,161 32 
4,000 00 




A. R. Wetmore 

J. W. Weldon 

W. H Tuck 












Judge in Equity — 

flon. A. L. Palmer 






Oourt of Vice- Admiralty : — 
Salary of Judge — 

Hon. Chas. Watters 

Circuit Allowances : — 

Hon. J. C. Allan - 

G. King 


300 00 
800 00 
800 00 
600 00 
800 00 




A. R. Wetmore 




J. J. Fraser , 




A. L. Palmer 








County Courts: — 

1 County Judge, at $3,000— 

Hon. Chas. Watters * • 


3,000 00 

2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

2,033 33 




3 County Judges, at $2,400— 

Hon. B. Botsford 




Jas. Steadman 

Jas. Stevens , 

1 County Judge, at $2,130— 

Hon. Wm. Wilkinson 

1 County Judge, at $2,000— 

Hon. Wm. Wedderburn 




Travelling Allowances to County Court Judge* : — 

Hon. Chas. Watters 


200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 




B. Botsford 

Jas. Steadman 

Jas. Stevens 

Wm. Wilkinson 




Wm. Wedderburn 












44 358 91 








Carried forward , 


512,306 34 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



61 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward.. 






512,306 34 


Expenditure Authorized by Statute:— 

Province of Manitoba 

Court of Queen 1 * Bench: — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. L. Wallbridge 




5,000 00 

11,847 20 
6,000 00 




2 Puisne Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. Jos. Dubuc 


4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,204 32 
1,642 88 

2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 




T. W. Taylor , 




Root Smith , 

A. 0. Killam 

County Courts: — 

2 County Court Judges, at $2,000 (3 paid)— 




D M. Walker 




Wm. D. Ardacrh .. 












22,847 20' 


Province of Britisb Columbia. 

Supreme Court : — 
Chief Justice — 

Sir M. B. Begbie 


5,820 00 
4,850 00 

12,000 00 
2,4»0 00 


1 Puisne Judge— 

Hon. H. P. Crease 






3 Puisne Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. J. H. Gray , 

J F. McCreight 


4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 




Geo. A. Walkem 

County Court: — 

Hon. Eli HarrisoH 








25,070 00 


Province of Prince Edward Island. 

Superior Court : — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. E. Palmer , 


4,000 00 
3,200 00 
3,200 00 

600 00 

7,200 00 
600 00 


Master of Rolls — 

Hon. Jas. H. Peters 






Vice-Chancellor— 

Hon. Jos. Hensley.. 






Circuit Allowances : — 

Hon. E. Palmer 

Jas. H. Peters 

Jos. Hensley 


200 00 
200 00 
200 00 




County Courts: — 

3 Judges, at $2,400 — 

Hon. Geo. Alley 

Thos. Kelley 

D. O. M. Reddin 


2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 




Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges : — 

Hon. Geo Alley 


200 00 
209 00 
200 00 




Thos. Kelley 

D. O. M. Reddin ». 


18,800 00 






Carried forward- « 


579,023 54 



62 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 


Brought forward « 






579,023 54 


Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 

North-West Territories. 

3 Stipendiary Magistrates: — 

Lieut. -Col. Macleod, Fort Macleod 


• 


3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 


Chas B. Rouleau, Battleford 

Hugh Richardsou, Regina , 










9,000 00 






Total, Payable under Statute 


588,023 54 









11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



63 



DOMINION POLICE. 



Commissioner, Augustus Keefer . 
Superintendent, A. P. Sherwood- 
do 



-4 months, at $1,300. 
8 do at 1,400 



Inspector — 365 days 

2 Sergeants 

Constables (23 on June 30. 1885) 

Expenditure by Sir J. A. Macdonald, under O.C., April 14, 1885. 

Clothing 

Ceo. Carpenter, gratuity on retirement , 

Boots and shoes 

Jas. Codd, 488 days' services as drill instructor in 1881 and 1882. 

Expenditure by A. P. Sherwood — 

Revolvers and ammunition 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Medical services, R. W. Powell, M.D 

Queen's Printer 

Cleaning rifles and revolvers, and caring for clothing 

Telephone at Mr. Sherwood's house, 6 months 

Subscription to newspapers 

Handcuffs 

Belts 



Blankets 

Car tickets 

Padlocks and iron box. 

Police calls , 

Cupboard.- 

Repairs to clock 



Total, Dominion Police. 



$ cts. 



433 33 
933 33 



$ Cts. 



400 00 



1,366 66 

684 00 

1,213 10 

12,559 10 

1,000 00 

666 21 

297 16 

158 05 

122 00 

118 71 

72 45 

61 26 

53 25 

38 34 

26 10 

20 00 

20 00 

16 00 

15 OO 

12 00 

10 00 

8 55 

7 20 

4 00 

1 00 

18,953 14 



64 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



PENITENTIARIES. 

Per caput cost of Convicts in each Penitentiary, for 1884-5. 



Daily average number of convicts... 



Officers' salaries 

Officers' retiring gratuities 

Officers' uniforms 

Rations 

Clothing i 

Convicts' travelling allowance 

Discharge clothing 

Bedding 

Interments 

Chapels 

Library 

School 

Escapes 

Hospital 

Transfers 

Prison furnishings 

Heating 

Light 

Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery 

Armory 

Kitchen 

Stationery 

Farm 

Stables 

Telegrams 

Postage 

Freight 

Express 

Telephone 

Law and magistrates' fees 

Travelling expenses 

Livery and feed 

Surgeon's livery 

Advertising and printing , 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office 

Commission of enquiry 

Capital Account 

Industries 



Total. 



Recapitulation. 



Officers' salaries 

Officers' retiring gratuities 

Officers' uniforms 

Maintenance 

Working expenses - 

Miscellaneous , 

Capital 

Industries 

Commission of enquiry 



Total 

Average daily cost of each convict. 



Kingston. 



500 



$ cts. 

87 49 

6 22 

4 74 

37 91 

10 96 



St. Vincent , 
de Paul. Do^hester. 



266 



09 
2 59 



93 

17 03 

2 51 

6 44 



09 
18 
84 



61 
33 



194 58 



87 49 
6 22 
4 74 
63 05 
30 62 
1 52 
61 
33 



191 58 



53 



$ cts. 
144 26 

31 
6 60 

59 71 

21 00 

3 38 

9 33 

1 73 



89 
63 


14 
2 11 

1 09 



14 24 
4 23 
6 76 

23 

1 43 
1 68 



88 



64 

22 

1 33 
6 70 



296 88 



144 26 
31 
6 60 

100 01 

36 54 

3 46 



5 70 



296 88 



81 



143 



$ cts. 
183 74 



13 04 

48 97 

10 72 

2 74 



91 
73 
09 
87 
76 
07 
14 
42 

2 26 

10 
4 87 

3 11 

1 36 
1 87 



Manitoba. 



1 70 
35 
6 80 
3 35 
15 
66 
01 
29 



69 



1 02 
54 
41 



3 28 
303 02 



183 74 



13 04 

75 68 

23 45 

3 83 



3 28 



303 02 



97 



$ cts, 
153 81 



10 10 

101 24 

32 39 

6 30 

4 02 

2 05 
03 

24 

1 47 

05 

1 45 
14 45 

41 

86 
88 09 

9 84 

1 13 
22 

16 

3 53 

2 41 
6 57 

14 80 

4 32 

1 45 



British 
Columbia. 



21 



478 17 



153 81 



10 10 
163 69 
127 61 

22 75 
21 



478 17 
1 31 



M 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



65 



Service. 



Kingston Penitentiary :— 

Staff Salaries- 
Warden, Jno Creighton, 7 months 
do M. Lavell, 5 months 



Deputy Warden, Wm. Sullivan 

Accountant, S. W. Scobell 

Protestant Chaplain, C. W. Cartwright 

R. C. Chaplain, P. A. Twohey 

Surgeon, M. Lavell, 7 months 

do 0. S. Strange, 5 months 



Warden's Clerk, R. Creighton.. 

Storekeeper, P. O'Donnell 

Stewart, Jas. Weir 

Matron, M. Leahy 

Deputy Matron, M. Bostridge... 
Hospital Overseer, J. Halliday. 
Clerk of Works, Jas. Adams.... 
Tailor Instructor, W. Gemmill 

Keeper, stonecutter 

do mason 

carpenter 

miller 

foundry 

quarry , 

bakery 

Insane Asylum , 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2 Keepers 

Farmer 

Messenger 

Schoolmaster 

38 Guards 

4 Teamsters... 



$ cts. 



1,750 00 
1,083 30 



1,050 00 
700 00 



Officers' Retiring Gratuities- 

T. Carter., 

R. Holland 

Wm. McConnell 



E. Burke, sen. 



Officers' Uniforms — 

Dry goods and tailors' material 

Leather and shoemakers' material , 

Maintenance — 

Beef, 110,716 lbs., at $5.97 per cwt 

Pork, 3,570 lbs , at 6c - $ 214 20 

do 5,673 do 7c 397 11 



Codfish, 10 bdles., at $5.25 $ 52 50 

do 543 lbs., at 5}c 29 86 



Herrings, 10 brls., at $6 

Tallow, 136 lbs., at 6]c .$ 

do 336 do 6|c 

do 325 do 6§c... 

do 1,000 do 7c... 



Suet, 110 lb3., at 10c. 
Turkeys . 



8 50 
21 84 
21 94 
70 00 



Potatoes; 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



15 
18} 
37 
82 
11 
2,232 



bush., at $1 $ 

do 80c 

70c 

50c 

40c 



do 
do 
do 
do 



15 00 
14 £0 
25 90 
41 00 
4 40 



33jc 743 99 



Onions, 270 bush., at 75c. 



3-5** 



Carried forward. 



1,023 26 
770 84 
753 12 
563 14 



1,823 06 
397 11 



6,609 73 
611 31 



82 36 
60 00 



122 28 
11 00 
22 00 



845 09 

202 50 



8,566 27 



$ cts. 



2,833 30 
1,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 



1,750 00 
800 00 
900 CO 
700 00 
550 00 
350 00 
750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
598 33 
600 00 
600 00 
545 00 

1,200 00 

564 16 

600 00 

600 00 

19,302 87 

1,200 00 



$ Cts. 



43,743 66 



3,110 36 



2,220 17 



49,074 19 



66 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Kingston Penitentiary— Continued. 
Maintenance — Continued. 

Pease, 45|{f bush., at 65c $29 45 



do 53fJ do 80c. 



42 68 



Beans, 27§ 

Vetches, 2 

Malt, 3 

Hops, 35 lbs. 

Wheat, 1,484££ bush., at $1.03 $1,528 81 



do $1.25 

do 1.25. 

do 2.00. 

at 35c 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1,000 
1,000 

862I§ 
1,4784$ 

190j 
41 

168| 
1,000 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



94c 940 00 

93c 930 00 



92c. 
91c 
82c. 
80c. 
79c. 



793 85 

1,345 68 

, 156 21 

32 80 

133 30 

78c 780 00 



Barley, 6,132 lbs., at 2|c 

Oatmeal, 4 brls., at $5.50 $22 00 



do 1 brl., at 5.75. 



5 75 



Rice, 1,922 lbs., at 3|c , 

Tea, 2,696 lbs., at 21c , 

Sugar, 9,547 lbs., at 5*§c $568 01 

do 100 do 5Jc 5 50 

do 30 do 7c 2 10 



Syrup, 511§ galls., at 39c . 

Vinegar, 300 galls., at 15c 

Pepper, 550 lbs , at 16c 

Soap, 6,231 lbs., at 5c 

Butter, 10 lbs , at 23c $ 2 30 

do 2,981} lbs., at 18c 536 67 

Tobacco, 1,893 lbs., at 33c 

Salt, 52,983 lbs., at ^c 

Christmas extras «, 



Clothing— 

Cloth, and tailors' materials 

Leather, and shoemakers' materials. 
Sewing machines and fittings ,. 



Convicts' travelling allowance (147 convicts). 
Discharge clothing (147 convicts)— 

Cloth, and tailors' materials 

Leather, and shoemakers' materials 



Bedding. 



Interments, 4, at $4. 



Chapels. 

Library 

School , 

Escapes . 

Hospital- 
Drugs and instruments... 

Furniture 

Provisions , 

Champagne, 1 doz. pints. 
Rum, 1 bottle , 



Prison furnishings 

Total, Maintenance 

Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



8,566 27 



72 13 

34 59 

2 60 

6 00 

12 25 



6,640 65 
168 63 



27 75 

72 09 

566 16 



575 61 

199 48 

45 00 

88 00 

311 55 



538 97 
625 68 
238 33 
162 56 



4,047 12 

1,289 84 

145 03 



1,683 08 
720 83 



801 02 

141 71 

336 35 

15 00 

1 00 



$ cts 



18,954 20 



5,481 99 
1,945 00 



2,403 91 
444 61 
16 00 
97 75 
312 95 
65 21 
44 00 



1,295 08 
463 13 



$ cts. 



49,074 1& 






31,523 73 



80,697 92 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



67 



Service. 



Brought forward , 
Kingston Penitentiary— Contin ued. 



Working expenses- 
Heating — 
Coal, 4 
do 137-44 
do 26-88 
do 1087-52 
do 382 



tons, at |6.00 $ 24 00 

do 4.78 656 96 

do 4.15 Ill 56 

do 3 84 4,176 08 

do 3.52 1,344 64 



Wood, 360 cords, at $5.50 

Stoves and pipes 

Attending furnaces, 3 months, at $41.66 

Light- 
On, 2,724£ galls., at 20*c $558 47 

do 2,700 do 20|c 546 75 



Candles, 342 lbs., at lie 

Lamps, chimneys and matches 



Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery 

• Armory, caretaking, at $4 per month 

Kitchen 

Stationery — 

Ink and pencils 

Stamping and lithographing 



Farm- 
Implements and repairs. 

Seed and manure 

Cedar posts 



$ cts. 



6,313 24 

1,980 00 

95 14 

124 98 



$ cts. 



1,105 22 

37 62 

109 79 



Stables- 
Harness and repairs 

Iron 

Hay 

Buggy top 

Veterinary surgeon, J. Massie. 



Total Working Expenses. 
Miscellaneous- 
Telegrams 

Postage 

Freight charges 

Express do 

Reward 

Rewards to officers — 

Jas. Weir.. 

Chas. McNeill 



Telephone — 

Rent, 6 months . 
Posts for line.... 



Magistrates' fees 

Customs entry 

Bank commission 

Travelling expenses — 

Guard Mooney 

Advertising — 

Kingston " News" 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office 



Total Miscellaneous .. 



Carried forward 
3— 5J** 



25 77 
81 50 


144 70 

488 35 

24 00 



161 35 
24 67 

136 40 
30 00 
50 00 



100 00 
50 00 



37 50 
10 50 



8,513 36 



1,252 63 
3,219 65 

664 30 
48 00 

443 84 



107 27 



657 05 



402 42 



25 13 
57 50 
29 95 
15 20 
1 00 



150 00 



48 00 

14 00 

25 

97 

12 00 

44 10 

90 32 

420 59 



$ Cts. 



80,597 92 



15,308 52 



909 01 
96,815 45 



68 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834 5. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward.... 

Kingston Penitentiary— Concluded. 

Capital Account — 

Heaters and boilers 



Rope 

Bath and fitting3... 

Weigh scales 

Fittings for basins. 



Industries. 



Summary of Payments. 



Wm. Waddington, meat 

J. Richardson, wheat and pease 

Breek & Booth, coal 

Macnee & Minnis, dry goods 

J. S. Henderson, groceries,,.... 

B. A. Booth, flannel and cloth 

Michael Mullin, wood 

S. W. Scobell, convicts' travelling allowance. 

J. Muckleston & Co., hardware 

J. McKay, leather 

J. Swift, coal 

S. W. Scobell, petty contingent expenses , 

S. Loynes & Co., oil 

McMahon Bros., Hardware 

R. Waldron, dry goods ■. 

Ford & Sons, leather 

J. Geo. King, drugs, &c 

Wm. McRossie, lumber 

Stationery Office 

H. Saul, potatoes 

Wm. Saul do 

78 payments under $300 



4 gratuities as above 

Amount of pay sheets (page 65) 



$ cts. 



170 00 
30 79 
51 87 
36 38 
18 22 



6,732 01 

6,349 84 

5,632 28 

4,246 62 

3,620 63 

2,446 63 

1,980 00 

1,945 00 

1,522 21 

1,496 04 

1,324 38 

1,292 69 

1,105 22 

911 35 

785 17 

755 01 

749 78 

431 33 

420 59 

343 91 

310 08 

6,034 13 



$ cts. 



50,434 95 

3,110 36 

43,743 66 



$ cts. 



96,815 45 



307 26 
166 26 



97,288 97 



97,288 97 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Aug. 21, 1885. 

Sir, — I beg to call your attention to the following remarks in connection with 
the expenditure on account of the Kingston Penitentiary for the last six months of 
the fiscal year ended June 30 1885. 

Vouchers 231, 304, 310, cover purchases of books for the Library to the amount 
of $82.12. These should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 

Touchers 244 and 245 cover payments to Jas. Weir and Chas. McNeill of $100 
and $50 respectively for injuries received in October, 1883. I would ask how the 
amount of compensation granted was arrived at, and also why settlement of these 
claims has been so long deferred. 

Eobt. Priestly, a keeper in the Penitentiary, has received daring the course of 
the year, the amount of $245.97 for milk supplied. This is in contravention of 46 
Yic. cap. 37, sec. 29, which provides that no officer or servant of a penitentiary shall 
be concerned either directly or indirectly in supplying any goods or provisions, 
under penalty of forfeiting the sum of $500. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 6& 



Dept. op Justice, Sept. 7, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication of the 
21st inst, calling my attention to your remarks on the several matters hereinafter re- 
ferred to, and asking for explanations thereof. 

] st. The books for the Library at Kingston, the payment for which is evidenced 
by vouchers 261, 304 and 310, were bought in the usual way, and as they have been 
bought, so he assures me, all the time the Inspector has been in office, and before 
that, I do not agree with you that they should be bought through the Stationery 
Office, as, in my opinion, the Order in Council, on which you evidently base that 
view, does not apply to the case. 

2nd. The amounts of $100 and $50 paid to James Weir and Charles McNeill res- 
pectively, were on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice authorized by the 
Governor in Council to be paid to them in acknowledgement of the courage they dis- 
played, and in compensation of injuries received by them, in preventing an escape, 
which four desperate convicts attempted in October, 1883. I will be glal if you will 
point out the authority under which you ask the Minister of Justice, to explain why 
the settlement of these accounts was so long delayed. However, I enclose you the 
papers in this matter, which will, I trust, give you all the information which you 
desire. Please return the papers when you are done with them. 

3rd. Mr. Warden Lavell's letter, which I enclose, will give you an explanation 
respecting the purchase of milk for Kingston Penitentiary, from Guard Eobert 
Priestly. You will see that although the law has been the same during the whole 
time, it has been the practice since 1872 to make these purchases from Priestly, 
who has, during that time, been an officer of the Penitentiary. You will also observe 
that you and I, and our predecessors in office, and the several accountants, who have 
from time to time been charged with the examinations thereof, have been certifying 
and passing these accounts. That however is no reason why the law should not be 
followed, and I am much obliged for having my attention called to the matter. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

GEO. W. JBUJRBIDGE, D. M J. 
J. L. McDougall, A. G. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 16, 1885. 

Sir,— In reply to your letter of the 7th inst, in answer to mine of the 21st ult., I 
would suggest that to remove the doubt with reference to your first point, a recom- 
mendation be made by your Department for an Order in Council on the subject. 

2nd. My reason for wishing to know the cause of delay in pressing these 
demands, is, that almost invariably where an account against the Government is old, 
it is because there is something weak in the claim. I do not know of any written 
authority for my asking the question ; you must, however, be aware that there are 
many enquiries which the duty of one in my position obliges him to make, and 
which are nowhere expressly authorized. 

3rd. With reference to your third point, there is no necessity for further 
remark, as the violation of the law has ended. 

Thanking you for the fyle of correspondence on the matter which I herewith 
return, 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 



10 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



ST. VINCENT DE PAIJE PENITENTIARY. 



Staff Salaries- 
Warden, G. Laviolette 

Deputy Warden, T. Ouimet , 

Protestant Chaplain, J. Allen. 

R. (J. Chaplain, J. 0. Godin 

Surgeon, J. T. Pominville 

Accountant, G. S. Malepart 

Warden's Clerk, H. Lanctot 

Chief Keeper, T. McCarthy 

Storekeeper, G. B. Lamarche 

Steward, L. Mazuret 

Schoolmaster, J. T. Dorais 

Tailor Instructor, T. Leblanc 

Carpenter do P. Dumas , 

Stonecutter do J. Therien 

Blacksmith do A. Leduc 

Shoemaker do N. Beauparlant. 

Baker, J. Vaudry 

Hospital Keepei, J. Manning 

Engineer, J. Devlin 

Farmer and gardener, E. Kenny... 

8 Keepers 

28 Guards 

1 Messenger , 

2 Teamsters 



$ cts. 



Total Salaries. 



Retiring Gratuities- 
Widow of Fabien Hogue , 

Officers' uniforms- 
Cloth, and tailors' materials 

Leather, and shoemakers' materials 



Maintenance of Convicts — 

Flour, 729brls.,at $6.50 

Beef and mutton, 77,103 lbs., at 9|c 

Pork, 4,000 lbs., at 12|c 

Lard, 1,200 lbs., at 15c 

Suet, 63 lbs., at 12c 

Codfish, 3,248 lbs., at 4£c 

Herrings, 20 brls., at $6.50 

Tea, 214 lbs., at 30c , 

Sugar, 4,231 lbs., at 8£c , 

Molasses, 988 galls., at 52c 

Butter, 516 lbs., at 20c 

Tobacco, 2,238 lbs., at 32c 

Potatoes, 40| bags, at $1.05 $42 78 

do 25 do 1.00.... 25 00 

do 156^ bush., at 40c 62 54 



Barley, 13 bush., at $1.00 ... $13 00 

do pot, 2,600 lbs., at 3£c 84 50 

Oatmeal, 2,000 lbs., at 3c ...... 

Rice, 4,500 lbs., at 4c 

Pease, 95 bush., at $1 

Malt, 100 lbs., at 4ic 

do 100 lbs 

do 2||bush., at $2. 

do 3 bush., at $2£„ 

Hops, 
do 
do 
do 



$4 50 

6 13 
5 88 

7 00 



20 lbs., at 60c $12 00 

10 do 45c 4 50 

10 do 42c 4 20 

10 do 40c , 4 00 



Pepper, 450 lbs., at 12c 

Carried forward. 



4,738 50 

7,517 58 

510 00 

180 00 

7 56 

138 04 

130 00 

64 20 

359 67 

513 76 

103 20 

716 16 



130 32 



97 50 

60 00 

180 CO 

94 92 



23 51 



$ cts. 



2,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

700 00 

600 00 

750 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

750 00 

800 00 

610 00 

4,400 00 

13,964 80 

500 00 

800 00 



1,341 35 
413 42 



24 70 
54 00 



15,643 62 



$ cts. 



38,374 



83 33 



1,754 77 



40,212 90 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



71 



ST. VINCENT »E PAUL PENITENTIARY. 



Brought forward. 



Maintenance — Continued— 

Vinegar, 135 T 9 ff gals., at 35c , 

Salt, 12,400 lbs., at£c 

Milk, 728 quarts, at 5c $ 36 40 

do 582 do 6c « 34 92 

do 6 gals., at 25c , 150 



Eggs, 27 doz., at 30c. 
do 5 do 28c. 



>f 



8 10 
1 40 



Christmas extras. 



Total Rations 

Clothing- 
Cloth and tailors' materials 

Leather and shoemakers' material. 
Sewing machines and needles 



Convicts' travelling allowance (113 convicts). 
Discharge clothing (113 convicts) — 

Cloth and tailors' material 

Leather and shoemakers' material , 



Bedding .... 

Chapels , 

Library 

Escapes 

Hospital- 
Drugs and instruments... 
Provisions and furniture , 

Dr. Desjardins' fee 

Wine, 2 bottles 

Wine, 1 bottle 



Transfers to Kingston (10 convicts) 
Total Maintenance , 



Working Expenses — 

Wood, 231i cords, at $6.75 

do 30£ do 5.00 

Coal, 57*025 tons, new, at $6.70 

do 200* do 6.52. 

do 60-425 do 5.18, 

Stoves and fittings....... 



Total Heating. 



Coal oil, 3,638 gals., at 20£c. 

Candles, 404 lbs., at 20c 

Lamps and chimneys 



Total Light. 



Repairs to buildings.. , 

Maintenance of machinery 
Armory — 

20 revolvers, at $13 

Cartridges 

Care of arms 



Kitchen 

Farm- 
Implements and repairs. 

Seed and manure 

Labor , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



15,643 62 



47 57 
62 00 



72 82 



9 50 
46 60 



1,604 86 
191 44 



2,183 14 
300 10 



493 51 

13 44 

50 00 

1 80 

1 25 



1,562 63 
152 50 
382 37 

1,304 83 

312 92 

72 48 



745 79 

80 80 

300 31 



260 00 
71 85 
49 92 



172 14 

484 02 
43 00 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



40,212 90 



15,882 11 



5,587 21 
900 00 



2,483 24 

459 27 

235 48 

166 35 

38 30 



560 00 
290 05 



26,602 01 



3,787 73 



1,126 90 

1,797 06 

60 45 



381 77 
446 20 



699 16 



8,299 27 



66,814 91 



•72 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



n 



ST. VINCENT D£ PAUL PENITENTIARY. 



Brought forward. 



Stables- 
Feed and straw « 

Harness and repairs 

Veterinary surgeon and shoeing. 



Total Working Expenses. 



Miscellaneous- 
Telegrams 

Postage 

Freight 

Express 

Advertising 

Travelling expenses— 

G. S. Malepart, Accountant., 

G. B. Lamarche, Storekeeper. 

J. Leblanc, Teamster 

6 Instructors and Guards. 



Sample telephone box. 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office , 



Total Miscellaneous 

Commission of Enquiry, June to September, 1884— 
p Stenographer, P. J. O'Brien — 

One day, without taking evidence..... 

2,535$ folios, at 30c 

Board and expenses, 2 weeks 



Interpreter, H. Lanctot (Warden's clerk). 

Services as detective, A, Cullen 

Witnesses 

Travelling expenses — 

G. F. Baillairg6, Public Works Department. 

A. P. Sherwood, Chief Dominion Police 

Inspector D. O'Leary 

Chas. H. Pope 



cts. 



1,245 87 

124 76 

48 93 



45 70 

65 70 

110 45 

13 25 



5 00 

760 65 

10 00 



Total, Commission of Enquiry 

Total, St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. 

Summary of Payments. 



Dufresne & Mongenais, groceries 

J. B. &. N. Bourassa, meat 

H. & H. Merrill, dry goods 

A. F. X. Beaudry, leather 

L. Fauteux, coal 

Pich6, Tisdale & Co., hardware 

G. S. Malepart, Accountant, contingent expenses 

C. Deejardins, fuel 

J. B. Demers, feed and straw 

G. S. Malepart, convicts' travelling allowance 

P. J. O'Brien, stenographer 

Kenneth Campbell, drugs 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

71 payments under $300 



Salaries as per pay list, page 70 



243 50 

150 10 

49 70 

44 70 



8,648 73 

8,042 64 

6,819 98 

2,330 38 

2,000 12 

1,920 22 

1,864 23 

1,715 13 

1,684 38 

900 00 

775 65 

521 56 

353 61 

3 019 52 



% cts. 



8,299 27 



1,419 56 



22 66 

29 72 

5 20 

18 35 

168 28 



235 10 
30 00 
57 24 

353 61 



775 65 
50 00 
20 00 

183 40 



488 00 



40,596 15 
38,374 80 



ctsv 



66,814 91 



9,718 83 



920 16 



1,517 05 
78,970 95 



78,970 95 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



T3 



DORCHESTER PENITENTIARY. 



Staff Salaries- 
Warden, Blair Botsford 

Deputy Warden, J. B. Foster 

Accountant, J. A. Gray ?.... 

Surgeon, Robt. Mitchell , 

Protestant Chaplain, Rev. J. R. Campbell 

Roman Catholic Chaplain, Rev. E. E. Labbe.. 

Chief Keeper, Geo. Keeffe 

Storekeeper, Jno. Fraser 

Steward, Chas. Ross... 

Hospital Keeper, Patrick McGowan 

Matron, Mrs. Chipman 

Deputy Matron, Mrs. Keefie.. 

Carpenter Instructor, Chas. Miller 

Blacksmith do Jno. Downey 

Mason do Wm. Fegan 

Shoemaker do N. Tattrie 

Engineer, R. J. Cooke 

do Jas. Piercy , 

Schoolmaster, Thos. Short 

3 Keepers 

18 Guards 

1 Messenger 

1 farmer 

1 teamster 



$ cts, 



Officers' Uniforms — 

Dry goods, and tailors' material 

Leather, and shoemakers' materials, 



Maintenance of Convicts — 

Bread, 46,229 loaves, at 6|c. 

Beef, 19,144 lbs., at 6c , 

Codfish, 32£ quintals, at $4. 

Pork, 27§brls., at $21 

Suet, 30 lbs., at 10c 

Pilot bread, 399 lbs., at 5£c. 
Potatoes, 906 bush., at 40c. 



Beans, 2,248 lbs. , at 4^c. 
Onions, 1,877 do 3c ... 
Oatmeal, 1,376 do 3£c. 
Cornmeal, 18 brls., at $3.85. 

Barley, 600 lbs., at 3£c 

Flour, 1 brl 

Sugar, 2,991 lbs., at 6£c 

Tea, 1,007 do 20c 

Salt, 800 do |c 

do 4,400 do fc ,. 

do 3 sacks 



.$ 6 



00 
22 00 
2 35 



Molasses, 244 galls., at 38c. 
Tobacco, 808 lbs., at 32c ... 
Pepper, 95 do 18c..,. 

Rice, 672 do 4£c 

Vinegar, 75 galls., at 25c.., 

Butter, 150 lbs., at 20c 

Raisins, 84 do 10c...„ 
Apples, 1 brl. 



Baking powder, 8| lbs., at 25c 

Spice, 8 lbs., at 60c , „..., 

Soap, 1,320 lbs., at 4jc 

Brandy, 1 gallon $4 00 

J ug 30 

Sand for potatoes , 

Freight on rations 



Total, Rations 

Carried forward. 



1,651 59 
213 44 



3,120 89 

1,148 64 

130 00 

581 00 

3 00 

21 94 

362 40 

93 67 

56 31 

44 72 

69 30 

21 00 

5 50 

194 43 

201 40 



30 35 

92 72 

258 56 

17 10 
28 56 

18 76 
30 00 

8 40 

3 25 
2 19 

4 80 
56 10 



4 30 

4 00 

338 88 



$ cts. 



2,000 08 

1,200 00 

1,000 16 

1,200 00 

550 00 

550 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

500 00 

300 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

666 60 

107 52 

600 00 

1,650 00 

9,000 00 

500 00 

600 00 

350 00 



7,002 17 



7,002 17 



$ cts. 



26,274 36 



28,139 39 



74 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1884-5. 



II 



DORCHESTER PENITENTIARY. 



Brought forward 



Convicts' Clothing- 
Dry goods, and tailors' materials-... 
Leather, and shoemakers' materials 
Sewing machines and fittings 



Convicts' travelling allowances (50 convicts). 

Discharge Clothing- 
Dry goods, and tailors' materials 

Leather, and shoemakers' materials.... 



Bedding 

Interments 

Chapels., 

Library 

School 

Escapes 

Hospital — 

Drugs 

Instruments 

Provisions 

Brandy, 1 bottle .... 

Whiskey, 5 bottles 



Transfer of convicts to Kingston (8 convicts). 



Total, Maintenance, 
Working Expenses — 
Heating — 

Coal, 7| tons, at $7.25 

do 64f do 2.50 

do 63 do 2.30 

Freight on coal 

Stoves and fittings 



Light- 
Oil, 1,379£ galls., at 26c 

Lamps, chimneys and matches . 



Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery. 

Kitchen 

Stationery , 

Farm- 
Implements 

Waggon 

Live stock 

Seed and fertilizer .... 

Repairs ., ,. 

Freight 



Stables- 
Feed and straw 

Harness and repairs. 
Freight 



Furniture 



Total Working Expenses 
Miscellaneous- 
Telegrams , 

Postage 

Freight 

Express 

Office furniture 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office, Ottawa , 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



714 46 

755 90 

61 85 



655 84 
46 58 



326 10 

2 92 

10 85 

1 25 

5 00 



55 48 
161 88 
144 91 
225 60 
109 10 



358 67 
86 31 



94 67 

140 00 

330 50 

333 55 

15 09 

58 67 



376 21 
61 64 
41 43 



$ cts. 



7,002 17 



1,532 21 
391 50 



702 42 
247 63 

12 72 

124 40 

108 65 

9 £6 

20 60 



346 12 
323 87 



696 97 



444 98 
185 72 
267 52 
242 30 
50 40 



972 48 



479 28 
13 50 



21 75 
94 50 

1 02 
41 55 

8 95 
76 57 
58 77 



303 11 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



•75 



DORCHESTER PENITENTIARY. 


$ Ct3. 


$ cts. 
303 11 

98 41 
146 54 


$ cts. 


Brought forward •. 

Travelling Expenses — 

Warden 


46 95 

24 92 

13 63 

4 95 

7 96 


42,314 39 


Deputy Warden 

Accountant , 

Chief Keeper 




Matron 








Advertising 












Total Miscellaneous 




548 06 


Industries- 
Iron 

Lumber 

Paints 




53 19 
211 30 

180 86 
24 64 






















Total Industries 






469 99 












43,332 44 


Summary of Payments, 
J. Duncan, bread 


3,120 89 
2,977 76 
2,329 53 
1,822 93 
1,151 64 
996 52 
575 00 

418 18 
404 26 
362 40 
330 00 
318 84 
306 79 
1,456 40 


17,058 08 
26,274 36 






Geo. Robertson, groceries „ 




0' Neil Bros., meat 

J. J. Christie & Co., dry goods .. 

J. Creighton, Kingston Penitentiary, uniforms.... 




B. A. Booth, cloth 

J. H. Hickman & Co., hardware , 




Humphrey & Trites, potatoes 

Wm. Reid, oata , 

R. C. Fuller, drugs 




Acadia Coal Co., Coal 

30 payments under $300 








Amount of pay lists, pasre 73 












Total Expenditure , 




43,332 44 











76 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



MANITOBA PENITENTIARY. 



Staff Salaries- 
Warden, S. L. Bedson 

Accountant and Storekeeper, A. C. Crookshank. 

Protestant Chaplain, F. W. Green 

Roman Catholic Chaplain, G. C. Clou tier 

Surgeon, W. R. D. Sutherland 

Chief Keeper, JE. D. 0. Macdonell 

Engineer, J. R. Perry 

Steward and Schoolmaster, J. Mustard 

Blacksmith Instructor, J. Smith 

Trade Instructor, A. Garvin 

8 Guards, at $600 

Messenger, S. McOormick „ 

Extra Guards 

Tailor Instructor, W. H. Shead, 33£ days, at $3.., 
do do 5 months, at $55 



Total Salaries 

Officers' uniforms , 

Maintenance of Convicts — 

Beef, 6 brls., at $18.50 $ 111 00 

do 6,035£ lbs ., at 12^c 754 43 

do 52,704 do 7c 3,689 28 



Mutton, 1,719* lbs., at 15c 

Lamb, 63£ do 15c ., , 

Veal, 212 do 15c 

Pork, 12 bbls., at $23.00 $276 00 

126 00 

96 90 



do 
do 



6 do 21.00. 
1,020 lbs., at 9|c 



Hams, 65 lbs., at 20c $13 00 

do 92 do 18c 16 56 



$ cts. 



100 50 
275 00 



Bacon, 61£ lbs., at 20b $12 25 

do 36 do 15c 5 40 



Flour, 620 bags, at $3.10 $1,922 00 

do 2 do patent, at $3. 25 6 60 



Fish, 162A, lbs., at 8c $13 00 



do 


1,144 


do 


7c 


do 


1,048 


do 


6c 


do 


400 


do 


5c 



80 08 
62 88 
20 00 



Tobacco, 654 lbs., at 47c $307 38 

do 129 do 42c 54 18 

do 15 do 68£c , 10 25 



Tea, 64 lbs., at 60c $ 38 40 

do 21 do 55c 11 55 

do 56^ do 40c 225 80 



Coffee, 35 lbs., at 45c $15 75 

do 66 do 40c 26 40 



Sugar, 271 lbs., at 9|c $26 42 



do 4,366 do 8|c. 



371 02 



Butter, 802£ lbs., at 30c $240 67 

do 526 do 28c 147 28 

do 36* do 27c 9 85 

do 225} do 25c 56 37 



Syrup, 41J galls., at $1.00 $41 56 

do 60 do 0.90 54 00 



Carried forward 



4,554 71 

257 92 

9 53 

31 80 



498 90 

29 56 

17 65 

1,928 50 

175 96 

371 81 

275 75 

42 15 

397 44 

454 17 
95 50 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 
499 92 
499 92 
600 00 
900 00 
900 00 
999 96 
660 00 
819 96 
4,800 00 
600 00 
264 49 



375 50 



$ cts. 



14,919 75 
979 69 



15,899 44 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



n 



MANITOBA PENITENTIARY. 



Brought forward 



Maintenance of Convicts — Continued. 

Oatmeal, 2,588 lbs., at 3$c , 

Rice, 250 lbs., at 6£c ... 

Split peas, 1,568 lbs., at 5c 

Beans, 14 bush., at $3.60 $50 40 

do 2 do 2.50 5 00 

do bag * 25 



Graham flour, 20 bags, at $3.00 

Salt, 6brls., at $3.50 $2100 

do 2,800 lbs., at l£e 42 00 

do 6 sacks, at 18c 108 

do 18 do 15c 2 70 



Mustard, 15 tins 

Hops, 30 lbs., at 60c. 
do 10 do 45c. 



18 00 
4 50 



Pepper, Jib., at 40c $ 10 

do 50 lbs., at 35c 17 50 

do 25 do 30c 7 50 



Vinegar, 20 galls $ 12 00 

do keg 2 50 



Lard, 2 tins, at 60c. 
do 12 lbs., at 20c. 
do 40 do 17c. 
do 150 do 15c. 



1 20 

2 40 
6 80 

22 50 



Eggs, 52 doz., at 30c % 15 60 

do 60 do 22c 13 20 

do 6 do 20c 1 20 

do 2 cases. , 100 



Apples, 3 brls., at $5. 
Yeast germs. 



Onions, 15 lbs , at 10c. 



Baking powder, 1 can . 

Christmas extras 

Butcher's saw blades 

Express and freight on rations 

Voucher 87, for groceries, missing 



Total Rations 

Clothing — Cloth, and tailors' materials 

do Leather, and shoemakers' materials. 

do Machine supplies 

do Freight and express - 



Travelling allowance and gratuity, 23 convicts. 

Discharge clothing , 

Bedding 

Interment , 

Chapels » 

Library 

School 

Escapes 

Hospital — 

Drug3 

Fees, Dr. McDonald 

Provisions ..... 

do for lunatics .. 

Port, 8^ galls 

Brandy, 6| galls 



$ cts. 



Carried forward. 



9,141 35 



90 58 
16 25 
78 40 



55 65 
60 00 



66 78 
3 00 



22 50 

25 10 
14 50 

32 90 



31 00 

15 00 

10 30 

1 50 

1 40 

10 95 

1 80 

53 25 

87 60 



976 18 
39 12 
90 61 




1,381 55 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



15,899 44 



9,819 81 



3,141 99 
611 00 
390 00 
198 76 

3 00 
23 25 

142 90 

4 30 
140 60 



14,475 61 



15,899 44 



IS 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



MANITOBA PENITENTIARY. 



Brought forward 



Whiskey, 4$ galls. 
Express 



Total Maintenance. 



Working Expenses— 
Heating- 
Wood, 160£ cords, at $5.00 $ 802 50 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



338f 

25 

102 

248^ 

53| 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



4.00 1,353 61 



3.75. 

3.70. 
3.60. 
2.50. 



Voucher 179 not received. 



93 75 

377 39 
895 21 
134 14 
148 99 



Coal, 469 tons, at $10. 
Stove fittings 



Light — 

Oil, 1 gall, signal 

do 1,225 galls., at 45c. 
do 496 3t 1 do 35 c. 
do 281$ do 29c 



1 75 

551 46 

173 63 

81 55 



Candles, 2 boxes, at $2.40 $ 4 80 

do 32 lbs, at 40c - 12 80 



Lamps, chimneys and express 



Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery 

Armory 

Kitchen 

Stationery 

Farm- 
Implements 

Seed 

Feed 

Freight and express ... 



Stables- 
Carriage, bought in St. Paul. 

Horse ..... , 

Repairs to buggy 

Hay and feed 

Harness and repairs 

Freight and express 



Prison furnishings . 
Officers' quarters .. 



Total, Working Expenses 

Miscellaneous- 
Telegrams 

Postage , 

Telephone at Penitentiary, 6 months 

Express charges 

Advertising, Winnipeg "Times" 

Printing 150 notices to trespassers, Winnipeg " Times 

Livery and feed, C. W. Graham 

Surgeon's livery, 21 trips, at $6. 

do cab hire 



Warden's travelling expenses 

Messenger's travelling expenses.. 

Carried forward 



cts. 



1,381 55 

12 90 
7 55 



3,805 59 

4,690 00 

49 09 



808 39 



17 60 
128 03 



128 15 

184 48 

285 50 

38 95 



315 00 
200 00 
109 00 
672 14 
192 86 
46 20 



126 00 
75 



$ cts. 



14,475 61 
1,402 00 



8,544 68 



954 02 

86 58 

21 42 

15 80 

342 47 

234 08 



637 08 



1,435 20 
83 27 
23 60 



418 63 

140 50 

55 00 

67 10 

74 00 

6 50 

490 95 



126 75 

108 50 

39 25 



$ cts. 



15,899 44 



15,877 61 



12,378 20 



1,527 18 



44,155 25 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



79 



MANITOBA PENITE3JTIABY. 



Brought forward. 



Removal of insane 

Lithographing pay list cheques, Geo. Cox 
Magistrate's fees 



Stationery Office, Ottawa 
Queen's Printer 



Total, Miscellaneous.. 
Capital Account — 

Maple trees 



Less — 

Keep of lunatics transferred to Manitoba Subsidy Account 
Miscellaneous, N.W. Territories 



do 
do 



do 



Keewatin 



Total Expenditure, Manitoba Penitentiary. 



Summary of Payments. 



J. McOuat, beef and wood 

Saskatchewan Coal Mining and Transportation Co., coal. 

A. C. Crookshank, Accountant, contingent expenses 

Arthur Perry, groceries 

B. V. Millidge, flour and feed , 

Hudson Bay Co., dry goods 

W. Whitehead & Co., drugs 

A. McDonald, wood - 

W. Wellband, leather .. 

W. Merrill, dry goods 

H. L. Reynolds, groceries 

W. Clarkson, clothing 

Mulholland Bros., hardware 

C. W. Graham, livery and feed 

T. O Robinson, wood 

A. Hunter, wood 

G. Munroe, wood 

C. B. Thurston, St. Paul, carriage 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

27 payments under $300 



Add amount of pay lists, page 76 , 

Total, Manitoba Penitentiary 



% cts, 



cts. 



1,527 18 

40 00 

30 00 

7 00 

362 10 

240 90 



4,223 22 

784 26 

1,161 20 



6,502 34 

4,690 00 

2,581 38 

2,909 22 

2,423 48 

2,064 94 

1,144 96 

951 49 

881 08 

786 54 

729 21 

710 35 

609 57 

534 45 

463 59 

443 04 

360 90 

315 00 

362 10 

1,999 04 



$ cts. 



44,155 25 



2,207 18 

20 00 

46,382 43 



6,168 68 
40,213 75 



31,463 68 
14,919 75 

46,382 43 



80 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Dec. 5, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to return herewith the receipted vouchers of the 
Manitoba Penitentiary for the months of July, August and September of the current 
year. 

I am unable to submit for the information of Parliament, a report compiled from 
vouchers, which bear neither the certificate of the officer under whose special charge 
the expenditure is made, nor that of an officer of the Department primarily 
responsible for the expenditure. I have to request that you will cause to be placed 
on each of the vouchers : 

1st. A certificate of the Accountant of the Manitoba Penitentiary that the goods 
and materials have been received at the institution in question, and that the prices 
and extensions are correct. 

2nd, The certificate of the Warden — the person under whose charge the expendi- 
ture is made. 

3rd. The certificate of an officer of your Department that the vouchers have been 
examined and are correct in every respect. 

In connection with the above subject, I beg so refer you to Sections 33 and 40 of 
the Audit Act. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, March 2, 1885. 

Sir, — I have the honor to inform you that the vouchers of the Manitoba 
Penitentiary for the first six months of the current fiscal year, have been examined 
at this office, and beg to call your atttention to the following : — 

Tea and other articles have frequently been purchased at prices exceeding those 
which appear in the list of contract prices for this penitentiary furnished by you, as 
shown in the following table : — 



5^ ^ 

. o 

O P 
> 


Article. 


Contract 
Price. 


Price paid. 


Difference. 


3 


50 lbs. pepper 


$ cts. 

SO 
90 
40 
15 
15 
40 
08| 
40 
15 
40 
40 


$ cts. 

35 

1 00 
45 
20 
17 
45 
09| 
55 
20 
60 
60 


$ cts. 
2 50 




4l£ gallons syrup 


4 15 


10 


20 lbs. coffee 


1 00 


25 


12 lbs. lard 

40 do 

15 lbs. coffee , 

271 lbs. sugar - 

21 lbs. tea 


60 
80 


30 
40 


75 
3 38 
3 15 


57 
71 


16| lbs. bacon 

20 lbs. tea 


83 
4 00 


94 


22 do 

Total overcharge .... 


4 40 








25 56 













Toucher 68, for printing, should be accompanied by a specimen, and be certified 
by the Queen's Printer. 

As regards vouchers 31, 36, 64, 98, 101, all books and stationery should be pur- 
chased through the Stationery Office, Ottawa. In purchasing books I would ask 
that in all cases the names and prices of the separate books be given. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



81 



BRITISH COLUMBIA PENITENTIARY. 



Stafl Salaries— 

Warden, A. H. McBride 

Deputy Warden, Jas. Fitzsimmons... 
Protestant Chaplain, R. Jamieson... 

R. C. Chaplain, B. M. J. Horns 

Accountant and Storekeeper, W. H. 

Surgeon, C. A. Trew . 

Tailor Instructor, Geo. MacKenzie 

Shoemaker Instructor, Jno. McRoberts 

Steward, T. A. Mclnnes 

10 Guards 

Schoolmaster, W. H. Keary 

Messenger and Guard. 

Teamster and Guard ,. 

1 Extra Guard 



Keary. 



Total Salaries.... 
Officers' Uniforms- 
Cloth, and tailors' materials 
Leather 



Maintenance of Convicts — 
Rations- 
Beef, 20,465£ lbs. 
Fish, 4,760 
Suet, 13 

Bread, 70,030 
Rice, 1,150 

Oatmeal, 1,090 
Flour, 550 

do 1 brl 

do 50 lbs , at 3c 




.$ 19 25 

6 50 

. . 1 50 



Tea, 270 lbs., at 30c 

Sugar, 2,599 do 10c 

Butter, 125 do 37£c. .. 
Syrup, 133£ galls., at 75c 
Salt, 1,400 lbs., at fc 



do 



300 



do 



10 48 
1 50 



Pepper, 51 do 16c 

Vinegar, 60 galls., at 50c , 

Tobacco, 462^ lbs., at 46c 

Soap, 584 lbs., at 6£c $ 37 96 

do Castik, 4 bars, at 75c 3 00 



Christmas extras. 



Total, Rations 

Convicts' Clothing- 
Cloth, and tailors' materials — .... . 
Leather, and shoemakers' materials 



Convicts' travelling allowance (22 convicts). 

Discharge clothing. 

Bedding 

Interment 

Chapels , 

Library „ 

School 

Hospital — 

Drugs , 

Provisions and furniture ,..,. 

Whiskey, 3£ galls., at $4 

do 1 quart 



Keep of prisoners in Westminster gaol, 5men, 21 days each, 
at 75c...., 



3—6** 



Total, Maintenance.. 
Carried forward 



$ cts. 



% cts, 



368 61 
10 50 



1,944 17 

214 19 

1 23 

2,100 90 

34 50 

43 60 



27 25 
81 00 

259 90 
46 80 

100 12 



11 98 

8 16 

30 00 

212 75 



40 96 
33 65 



896 73 
525 61 



134 65 

35 19 

14 00 

75 



1,750 00 
1,100 00 
500 00 
500 00 
800 00 
600 00 
750 00 
750 00 
700 00 
5,995 07 
200 00 
556 60 
600 00 
147 96 



5,191 16 



1,422 34 
553 00 
215 16 
391 65 

36 00 
2 50 

120 20 

37 75 



184 59 

78 75 



$ cts. 



14,949 65 



379 11 



8,233 10 
23,561 84 



82 



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11 



b c p 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 


Brought forward 






23,561 84 


Working Expenses- 
Heating — 

Coal, 133^ tons, at $6. 75 


899 43 
9 50 
2 50 

462 25 

6 00 

96 71 


911 43 

373 93 
79 66 

113 87 

288 78 

97 14 

362 96 

433 80 
69 12 


Oil stove . 




Putting up stoves 

Light- 
Oil, 950 galls., at 48c $456 00 




do nut, 5 do $1.25 6 25 








Candles, 20 lbs , at 30c 












Repairs to buildings « 

Maintenance of machinery • • 










Armory — 

Arms • 


66 25 
47 62 




Ammunition and repairs 










Stationery .. 






Farm- 


223 80 
88 56 
50 60 




Seeds and repairs 




Manure ■ 




Stables- 
Horse < 


261 75 
80 00 
36 75 
23 05 
32 25 




Cart 

Harness and repairs -. 




Feed 




Shoeing horses 




Furniture 










3,295 65 


Miscellaneous- 
Telegrams 




36 00 

20 50 
202 76 

7 55 
11 75 

3 00 
28 50 
63 80 

3 00 
14 51 

4 02 


Postage 






Freight charges i 






Express do 






Law fees, Drake & Jackson, re lease 






Travelling expenses (Deputy Warden) , 










Advertising 






Printing circulars, "Mainland Guardian'' 

Queen's Printer 






Stationery Office 
















395 39 


Oapital Account — 

Water boiler 




36 95 
30 00 




Lantern lamps, 2, at $15 „.... 




66 95 
425 73 
















27,745 56 











DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



83 



Summary of Payments. 

Chas. McDonough, groceries and dry goods . 

A. Diebel, bread 

R. Dickinson, meat 

A. Heathorn, leather 

Wm. Rogers, coal 

W. H. Keary, convicts' travelling allowance 

J. Creighton, Kingston Penitentiary 

41 payments under $300 



Add— Salaries as by pay list, page 81 



Total Expenditure 



$ cts, 



3,340 20 

2,128 15 

1,945 40 

905 79 

899 43 

553 00 

467 45 

2,556 51 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



12,795 93 
14,949 63 



27,745 56 



3_ 6*** 



84 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



U 



SENATE IiXDEMMTY. 



Name. 



Alexander, George. 

Allan, G. W 

Almon, W. J 

Archioald, T. D 

Armand, J. F 



Baillargeon, P 

Bellerose, J. H 

Benson, J. R 

do (balance voted. 

Bolduc, Jos 

Botsford, A. E 

De Boucherville, C.B 

Boyd, John 

Campbell, Sir Alex 

Carvell, J. S 

Chaffers, W. H 

Clemow, F 

Cochrane, M. H 

Chapais, J. C 

Cormier, C i- 

DeBlois, P, A 

Dever, Jas... 

Dickey, R. B 

Ferguson, John 

Ferrier, Jas 

Flint, Billa 

Girard, M. A .... 

Glasier, John 

Gowan, J. R 

Grant, R. P 

Guevremont, J. B 

Hamilton, John , 

Haythorne, R. P 

Howlan, Geo. W , 



Lacoste, A 

Leonard, Elijah 

Lewin, J. D 

McClelan, A R 

McDonald, Wm , 

Mclnnes, T. R 

McKay, Thos 

McKindsey, G. C 

McMaster," Wm 

McMillan, Donald 

Macdonald, W. J 

Macfarlane, Alex 

Maclnnes, Donald 

Macpherson, Sir D. L.. 

Miller, Hon. Wm 

Montgomery, Donald 

Northwood, John 

Nelson, Hugh 

Odell, W. 11 

O'DonoLoe, John 

Ogilvie, A. W 

Paquetj A. H ... 

Pelletier, C. A. P 

Plumb, J. B 

Poirier, Pascal , 

Power, L. G 



Post Office. 



Woodstock 

Toronto 

Halifax...... 

Sydney, N.S.- 

Riviere des Prairies 

Quebec 

St. Vincent de Paul.... 

St. Catharines 

do 

St. Victor de Tricg. 

Westcock,N.B 

Boucherville 

St. John 

Ottawa 

Charlottetown 

St. Cesaire. , 

Ottawa , 

Compton 

St. Denis, Kam 

Plessisville 

Beauport 

St. John, N.B 

Amherst 

Bathurst - 

Montreal 

Belleville 

St. Boniface 

Sunbury (Lincoln) 

Barrie 

Pictou, N.S 

Sorel.. 

Montreal 

Charlottetown 

Alberton 

Lunenburg 

Montreal..... 

London 

St. John, N.B 

Hopewell (tliverside). 
Little Glace Bay, C.B. 

New Westminster 

Colchester 

Milton, Ont. 

Toronto 

Alexandria ,.. 

Victoria, B.C 

Wallace 

Hamilton .. 

Ottawa « 

A.richat 



Days 

Absent, 



Carried forward 



Chatham, Ont 

Burrard Inlet 

Fredericton 

Toronto 

Montreal 

St. Cuthbert, Que. 

Quebec 

Niagara 

Richibucto 

Halifax 



Mileage. 



58 

"T 



892 



$ cts. 

68 80 

51 40 

194 80 

232 60 

27 20 
56 80 

28 00 
65 60 



68 40 
165 60 

25 40 
175 20 



214 20 
30 60 



46 40 
77 80 
48 20 
57 60 
175 20 

167 20 
133 00 

24 20 

34 40 

327 60 

190 00 

64 20 

194 20 

36 40 

24 20 

214 60 

238 60 

208 60 

24 20 

74 40 

175 20 

168 00 
230 60 
814 20 
183 80 

57 00 
51 40 
11 00 
798 20 
179 00 
59 20 



215 40 

223 40 

87 20 

816 20 

188 80 

51 40 

24 20 

34 60 

56 80 

70 40 

152 20 

194 80 



8,608 60 



Indemnity. 



$ cts. 

1,396 00 
1,244 00 
1,412 00 
1,276 00 
1,500 00 
1,484 00 
1,500 00 

480 00 

520 00 
1,484 00 
1,332 00 
1,476 00 

996 00 
1,492 00 
1,412 00 
1,492 00 
1,452 00 
1,084 00 
1,500 00 

836 00 
1,348 00 
1,500 00 
1,372 00 
1,276 00 
1,356 00 
1,500 00 
1,492 00 
1,500 00 
1,252 00 
1,388 00 
1,500 00 
1,036 00 
1,500 00 
1,492 00 
J, 500 00 
1,044 00 
1,492 00 
1,100 00 
1,492 00 
1,484 00 
1,500 00 
1,492 00 
1,500 00 
1,172 00 
1,492 00 
1,484 00 
1,180 00 
1,116 00 
1,332 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,484 00 
1,263 00 
1,444 00 
1,260 00 
1,492 00 
1,388 00 
1,484 00 
1,292 00 
1,492 00 

82,364 00 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



85 



SENATE IXDEMNITT. 



Name. 



Brought forward. 



Read, Robert 

Reesor, David ~ 

Hobitaille, Theodore 

Ross, Jas. G 

Ryan, Thos 

Schultz, John , 

Scott, R. W 

Smith, Frank 

Stevens, G. G 

Sullivan, M 

do (balance voted). 

Sutherland, John 

Thibaudeau, J. R 

Turner, Jas 

Trudel,F. X. A 

Vidal, A 

Wark, David 



Total, Senate Indemnity, 



Post Office. 



Belleville 

Yorkville 

New Carlisle ,. 

Quebec 

Montreal 

Winnipeg 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Waterloo, Que. 
Kingston 



Kildonan 

Montreal .... 
Hamilton.... 
Montreal .... 

Sarnia ........ 

Fredericton 



Days 

Absent. 



892 



1,136 



Mileage. 



$ cts. 
8,608 60 

34 40 

56 00 

136 80 

56 80 

24 20 

327 80 



5i 40 
37 60 
24 40 



328 80 
24 40 
59 20 
24 20 
85 00 

188 80 



10,068 40 



Indemnity. 



$ cts. 
82,364 00 

1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,492 00 
1,124 00 
1,140 00 
1,500 00 
1,468 00 
1,292 00 
1,468 00 
1,110 00 

390 00 
1,444 00 

884 00 
1,260 00 
1,500 00 
1,476 00 
1,500 00 



104,412 00 



Summary of Senate Indemnity. 

$1,500 each for 75 Senators (being 78, less Messrs. Masson, 

Simpson and Benson) $112,500 00 

$1,000 indemnity for first part of Session (Mr. Benson) 1,000 00 



Less— 1,136 days' absence, at $8 

Less— Extra indemnity voted and charged in 1885-6, $500 to 75 Senators 

(78, less Messrs. Masson, Simpson and Benson) 

Less— Paid under special votes in 1884-5, for Messrs. Sullivan and Benson ... 



Difference— Paid under Statute in 1884-5 

Mileage from Senators' residences to Ottawa, being 20 cents a mile, one way 

Speaker of Senate, Hon Wm. Miller, one year's salary, to June 30, 1885, 
paid under 36 Vic, cap. 31 



113,500 00 
9,088 00 



37,500 00 
910 00 



104,412 00 



38,410 00 



66,002 00 
10,068 40 



4,000 00 



86 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



COMMONS INDEMNITY. 



Name. 



Abbott, Hon. J. J. C , 

Allen, Benjamin , 

Allison, W. H 

Amyot, G ■ 

do (balance voted) 

Armstrong, Jas , 

Auger, M , 

Bain, Thos , 

Bain, J. W 

Baker, E. C , 

Baker, G. B , 

Barnard, P. J 

Beaty, Jas., jun 

B6chard, F 

Bell, John W ..... 

Belleau, I. N .(March 17=33) 

Senoit, P. B 

Benson, W. T 

do (balance voted) 

BergeroD, J. G. H 

Bergin, D .. 

Bemier, M. E 

Billy, L. A 

BlaKe, Hon. Edward 

Blondeau, 0. B 

Bosse, J. G ... 

Bourassa, F ........ 

Bourbeau, D. 

Bowell, Hon. M '. 

Bryson, John 

Burnham, John 

Burns, K. F 

Burpee, Chas 

Cameron, D. M 

Cameron, Hector 

Cameron, Hugh 

Cameron, M. 

Campbell, C. J 

Campbell, R , 

Carling, Hon. John 

Caron, Hon. A. P * .. 

Cart-wright, Bon. Sir R. J 

Casey, Geo. E , 

Casgrain, P. B 

Catuial, M '. . 

Chaplfau, Hon. J. A '. 

Charlton. John 

Cimon, S. X , 

Cochrane, E 

Cockburn, A. P ».... 

Colby, C. C 

Cook, H. H ($500 declined) 

Costigan, Hon. John 

Conghlin, Timothy 

Coursol, C. J 

Curran, J. J.... 

Cuthbert, E. 

Daly, M. B 

Daoust, J. B , 

Davies, L. H 

Dawson, S. J 

De St. Georges, J. E. A 

Desaulniers, A. L 



Carried forward. 



Post Office. 



Montreal 

Owen Sound. 

Newport , 

Quebec 



Wilton Grove .. 
Roxton Road ... 

Strabane ,. 

St. Polycarpe .. 
Victoria, B.C.... 

Sweetsburg 

Victoria, B.C. .. 

Toronto 

Mount Johnson 

Desmond 

Levis 

St. Hubert 

Cardinal 



Montreal 

Cornwall 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Germain 

Toronto 

St. Pascal 

Quebec 

St. Valentin 

Victoriaville., 

Ottawa 

Fort Ooulonge 

Aehburnham 

Bathurst, N.B 

Sheffield 

Strathroy 

Toronto 

Mabou „ 

Goderich .... 

Baddeck 

Eganville 

Ottawa 

do 

Kingston 

Fingal 

Quebec 

Napierville 

Ottawa 

Lynedoch 

St. Etienne ....„ ... 

Brighton 

Beaverton 

Stanstead 

Toronto 

Ottawa 

Offa 

Montreal 

do 

Berthier {en haut). 

Halifax 

St. Eustache 

Chariot! etown 

Port Arthur 

Quebec 

Louiseville 



Days 
Absent 



12 



43 



592 



Mileage. 



> cts. 

23 60 

76 20 

235 60 

57 80 



74 80 
37 80 
62 80 
15 20 

793 20 
34 40 

793 20 
61 80 
43 50 
33 40 
57 80 
25 60 
19 60 



23 60 
27 00 
30 60 
94 80 
51 80 
88 20 
57 80 
34 40 
45 20 



22 20 
36 60 

132 20 

186 00 
78 80 
51 80 

215 20 
78 40 

218 40 
21 20 



24 80 
77 40 
57 80 
33 00 



71 00 
78 20 
40 60 
48 90 
51 20 
61 80 



77 60 

23 60 

23 60 

33 00 

194 00 

22 00 

214 90 

415 20 

57 80 

38 00 



5,564 80 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



8T 



COMMONS INDEMNITY. 



Name. 



Brought forward. 



Desaulniers, L. L. L 

Desjardin8, A 

Dickinson, M. E 

Dodd, Murray ~ 

Dugas, F 

Dundas, J. R 

Dupout, F 

Edgar, J. D « 

Fairbank, J. H 

Farrow, Thos 

Ferguson, C. F 

Ferguson, John 

Fisher, S. A 

Fleming, Jas 

Forbes, J. F 

Fortin, P 

Foster, G. E 

Gagne. J. A 

Gaudet, A 

do (balance voted) 

Gault, M. H 

Geoffrion, Hon. F 

Gigault, G. A ~ 

Gillmor, A. H .... 

Girouard, D 

Glen, F. W. (see end of list) , 

Gordon, D. W 

Grandbois, P. E 

Guilbault, E « 

Guillet, Geo. (Mar. 17= July 20=119) 

do (April 17=53) 

Guay, P. M ( April 27=59 > 

Gunn, Alex 

Hackett, E 

Haggart, J. G 

Hall, R. N 

Harley, A 

Hay, Robt 

Hesson, S. R 

Hickey, Chas. E 

Hilliard, Geo 

Holton, Edward 

Homer, J. A. R 

Hurteau, H , 

Innes, J , 

Irviae, D *.... ($500 declined) 

Ives, W, B 

Jackson, Joseph 

Jamieson, Joseph 

Jenkins, J. T 

Kaulbach, C. E 

Kilvert. F. E 

King, G. G 

Kinney, J, R 

Kirk, John A. 

Kirkpatrick, Hon. G. A 

Kranz, Hugo 

Labrosse, S, 

Landerkin, Geo 

Landry, Ph 

Landry, P. A 

Langelier, Frs 



Post Office. 



Montreal 

do 

Manotick 

Sydney, C.B.., 

Montcalm 

Lindsay 

St. Liboire . . 

Toronto 

Petrolia 

Bluevale 

Kemptville ... 
Niagara Falls. 
Knowlton ...., 

Brampton , 

Liverpool 

Gaspe 

Apohaqui 

Chicoutimi . 
Gentilly , 



Montrea 1 

Vercheres 

St. Oesaire 

St. George, N.B 

Dorval 

Oshawa 

Nanaimo 

Riviere du Loup {en bas) 

Jolictte 

Ctbourg 

do 

Etchemin 

Kingston 

Tignish ,« 

Perth 

!» herbrooke 

Harley 

Toronto 

Straiford 

Morribburg 

Peterboro' 

Montreal -, 

New Westminster 

St. Lin , 

Guelph 

Knoxford 

Sherbrooke 

Simcoe 

Almonte 

Charlottetown 

Lunenburg" 

Hamilton 

Chipman 

Yarmouth 

Glenelg 

Kingston 

Berlin 

St Eugene 

Hanover 

Villa Mastai, Que 

Dorchester, N.B 

Quebec ,... 



Carried forward , ; , 1,259 



Days 

Absent. 



592 



16 



18 



43 



Mileage. 



$ cts, 
5,564 80 

23 60 

23 60 

4 10 

227 20 

35 60 

40 95 

32 60 

51 80 

85 00 

76 80 

7 20 

68 40 

37 40 

56 00 

214 00 

144 60 

164 20 

96 40 

44 80 



23 60 
28 40 

30 60 
183 80 

26 80 

50 20 
808 00 

81 80 

31 00 
43 20 
43 20 

58 80 

24 80 
235 60 

12 20 
43 80 

67 80 

51 80 
69 40 

22 00 
36 40 

23 60 
808 20 

23 70 
61 40 

210 40 
43 80 

68 20 
7 40 

214 80 
208 60 

59 60 
156 40 
247 00 
206 30 

24 80 
64 20 
16 80 
75 00 
58 40 

163 40 
57 80 



11,775 05 



Indemnity. 



$ cts. 
86,264 00 

1,476 00 
1,468 00 

1,500 oa 

1,500 00 
1,500 00- 
1,372 00 
1,500 00 
1,404 00 
1,428 00 
1,468 00 
1,492 00 
1,444 00 
1,436 00 
1,404 00 
1,500 00 
1,484 00 
1,492 00 
1,444 00 
700 00 
800 00 
1,356 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,444 00 

' ' 1,500 00* 
1,468 00 
1,476 00 

812 00 
1,084 00' 
1,028 00 
1,436 00 
1,500 00 
1,156 00 
1,484 00 
1,460 00 
1,044 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,052 00 
1,468 00' 
1,600 00 
1,500 00 
1,492 00 

938 00 
1,316 0O 
1,092 00 
1,444 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,600 00 
1,348 00 
1,172 00 
1,500 00 
1,484 00 
1,500 00 
1,444 CO 
1,420 00 
1,500 00 
1,452 00 



170,428 00 



€8 



auditor general's repobt, 1884-5. 



11 



COMMONS INDEMNITY. 



Name. 



Brought forward. 



Langevin, Hon. Sir H. L 

Laurier, Hon. W 

Lesage, A 

Lister, J. F 

Livingstone, Jas « 

Macdonald, A. C 

Macdonald, Sir John 

Mackenzie, Hon. A ($500 declined) 

Mackintosh, C. H .. 

Macmaster, D (see end of list) 

Macmillan, D 

do (balance voted) 

McCallam, L 

McCarthy, D 

McCraney, Wm 

McDougald, John (Pictou) 

McDougall, H. F. (Cape Breton) 

McGreevy, Hon. Thos 

M clnt yre, P. A 

P*C^<lo &W (balance voted) 

Mclsaac, Angus 

McLelan, Hon. A. W 



McMillan, Hugh 

McMullen, Jas ~ 

McNeill, Alex , 

M issue, L. H 

Mills, Hon. David 

Mitchell, Hon. P 

Moffat. Robt 

Montplaisir, H 

Mulock, W 

O'Brien, W. E 

do (balance voted), 
Orton, G. T 

do (balance voted).... 

Ouimet, J. Alderic 

I?!^ do (balance voted). 

Paint, H. N 

Patterson, J. C 

Paterson, Wm 

Pinsonneault, A 

Piatt, J. M Ml 

Pop*, Hon. J. H , 

Pruyn, M. H 

Ray, W. H 

Reid, Jas 

Rinfret, C. I... 

Riopel, L. J .... 

Robertson, Alex 

Robertson, Thos , 

Robertson, Thos 

Ross, A. W 

Royal, Jos 

Rykert, J. C , 

Scott, Thos 

do (balance voted) ... 
Scriver, Julius 



Shanly, F. (15 days) 

Shakespeare, Noah 

Small, John 

Smyth, Henry 

Someiville, Jas. (Brant). 



Stromness 

Toronto , 

Oakville 

Westville 

Christmas Island 

Quebec- 

Souris, P.B.I 



Post Office. 



Ottawa 

A rthabaskaville ., 

Ste. Claire ... 

Sarnia 

Baden 

Montague Bridge. 

Ottawa , 

Toronto , 

Ottawa 

Montreal «.-.,.. 

London 



Antigonish ,.... 

Ottawa 

Rigaud 

Mount Forest 

Wiarton 

Varennes 

Palmyra 

Montreal 

Dalhousie 

Cap de la Magdeleine 

Toronto 

Shanty Bay 



Winnipeg 



Montreal .. 



Port Hawkesbury 

Windsor 

Brantford 

St. Jacques le Mineur. 

Picton, Ont ........ 

Ottawa 

Napanee 

Clementsport.. 

Cariboo 

Ste. Croix 

New Carlisle 

Belleville 

Hamilton 

Barrington «... 

Victoria, B.C 

St. Boniface 

St. Catharines , 

Winnipeg 



Hemmingford. 

Montreal 

Victoria, B.C. 

Toronto 

Chatham 

Dundas 



Carried forward 1,621 



Days 
Absent. 



1,259 



13 



21 



Mileage. 



$ cts. 
11,775 05 



50 50 
61 60 
85 40 
66 20 
208 40 



51 80 



23 60 

74 80 



68 20 
51 80 

56 20 
190 40 
219 50 

57 80 
218 80 



198 60 



19 20 
69 20 

83 80 
26 40 

84 80 
23 60 

121 40 
43 00 
51 80 
65 60 



333 40 



23 60 



207 80 
96 80 
65 00 
29 40 
43 20 



30 00 
228 60 
893 60 

52 60 
136 80 

34 40 

59 60 
256 60 
793 20 
333 40 

66 00 
333 40 



33 00 
23 60 
793 20 
51 80 
87 60 
61 00 



19,115 06 



Indemnity. 



$ cts. 
170,428 00 

1,500 00 
1,460 00 
1,492 00 
1,436 00 
1,452 00 
1,484 00 
1,500 00 
992 00 
1,492 00 

" 855*20' 

644 80 

1,500 00 

916 00 

1,476 00 

1,460 00 

1,428 00 

1,340 00 

932 00 

568 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,476 00 

1,468 00 

1,468 00 

1,500 00 

1,476 00 

1,484 00 

1,500 00 

1,468 00 

927 00 

573 00 

901 00 

599 00 

925 00 

575 00 

1,500 00 

1,396 00 

1,500 00 

1,500 00 

1,484 00 

1,500 00 

1,468 00 

1,476 00 

1,132 CO 

1,476 00 

1,444 09 

1,500 00 

1,284 00 

1,148 00 

1,308 00 

1,500 00 

1,332 00 

920 00 

580 00 

1,476 00 

150 00 

1,468 00 

1,500 00 

1,444 00 

1,500 00 

248,162 Of 



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89 



COMMONS INDEMNITY, 



Name. 



Brought forward. 



Somerville, Jas. (Bruce) 

Springer, Lewis 

Sproule, T S 

Stairs, J. F .... 

Sutherland, Hugh 

Sutherland, Jas 

Taschereau, T. L 

Tasse, Jos 

Taylor, Geo ,., 

Temple, Thos 

Tilley, Sir S. L 

Thompson, David 

Townshend, 0. J , 

Trow, Jas 

Tupper, C. H 

Tyrwhitt, R 

do (balance voted) . ~ , 

Vail, Hon. W. B 

Valin, P. V 

Yanasse, F 

Wallace, John 

Wallace, tf. C 

WatBon, Robt 

Weldon, 0. W 

Wells, R. M 

White, John 

White, Peter 

White, Thos 

Wigle, Lewis 

Williams, A. T. H 

do (balance voted) . , 

Wilson, John H 

Wood, John F 

Wood, Josiah 

Woodworth, D. B 

'Wright, Alonzo 

Yeo, Jas...... 



Paid on closed accounts 

Paid on unsettled Accounts — 

Glen, F. W ... 

Macmaster, D 



Paid for Session. . 



Post Office. 



Lucknow 

Hamilton 

Markdale 

Halifax 

Winnipeg 

Woodstock 

St. Joseph de Beauce, 

Montreal 

Gananoque 

Fredericton 

Ottawa 

Deans 

Amherst 

Stratford., 

Halifax , 

Bradford 



Halifax 

Quebec 

St. Henri de Montreal. 

Hillsboro, N.B 

Woodbridge, Out 

Portage la Prairie 

St. John 

Toronto 

Roslin 

Pembroke 

Montreal 

Leamington 

Port Hope 



St. Thomas 
Brockville .. 
Sackville ... 
Cornwallis 
Ironsides. .. 
Port Hill .... 



Oshawa ., 
Montreal. 



Days 
Absent. 



1,621 



8 
1,912 



Mileage. 



$ cts 
19,115 05 

80 00 

59 60 

70 40 

194 00 

333 40 

69 20 

64 80 

23 60 

21 40 

189 20 



75 80 
167 60 

69 40 
194 00 

60 20 



194 00 
57 80 
23 60 

164 00 
55 00 

344 60 

174 40 
51 80 
37 20 
21 40 
23 60 
99 40 
42 60 



76 00 

15 40 

164 60 

261 80 

1 80 

226 40 



22,823 05 



22,823 05 



Indemnity. 

$ cts. 
248,182 00 

1,484 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,476 00 
1,372 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,444 00 
1,492 00 
1,500 00 
1,100 00 
980 00 
1,356 00 
1,500 00 
1,380 00 
927 00 
573 00 
1,500 00 
1,460 00 
1,5C0 00 
1,492 00 
1,452 00 
1,500 00 
1,108 oa 
1,364 00 
1,500 00 
1,420 00 
1,492 00 
1,500 00 
927 00 
573 00 
1,476 00 
1,500 00 
1,412 00 
1,476 00 
1,500 00 
1,436 00 



298,354 00 

657 00 
932 00 

299,943 00 



90 



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II 



COMMONS INDEMNITY. 



Summary of Commons Indemnity. 

207 indemnities of $1,500 (being 211, less Messrs. I. Burpee, 
Cook, Glen, Irvine, Mackenzie and Macmaster, and plus 
Messrs. Guay and Guillet) 

3 indemnities of $1,000 to Messrs. Cook, Irvine and Mackenzie... 

F. Shanly, South Grenville, 15 days, at $10 

Paid to Messrs. Glen and Macmaster, accounts still open 



Less— 1,912 days' absence, at 



Indemnity for Session 

Voted and charged in 1885-86, extra indemnities of $500 

to 207 members, as above 

Voted in 1885-86, balance to Mr Benson 



Voted in 1884-85, deductions from 2 members for sickness 

Voted in 1884-85, deductions from 8 members serving 

with troops in N.W.T 



Paid under Statute in 1884-S5. 



Mileage frcm Members' residences to Ottawa, at 20 cents a mile, 
one way , 



Speaker, Eon. G. A. Kirkpatrick, one year's salary, to June 30, 
1885 



$ cts. 



310,500 00 

3,000 00 

150 00 

1,589 00 



103,500 00 
199 60 



1,368 00 
4,791 80 



$ cts. 



315,239 00 
15,296 00 



103,699 60 



6,159 80 



$ cts. 



299,943 00 



109,859 40- 



190,083 60 

22,823 05 

3,S99 98 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 28, 1885. 

Sir. — In reply to your verbal inquiry for an opinion on the interpretation of the 
Indemnity Act, so far as it affects the Sessional allowances and the daily advances to 
Senators, I beg to state that the advance is discretionary, but that the enactments 
in connection with the allowance are imperative. 

It would therefore seem to be necessary to cease making advances whenever, 
in your opinion there is a prospect of the deductions which may take place not being 
provided for by money retained. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Clerk of the Senate. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 7, 1885. 

Sjr, — I observe by your accounts of expenditure for Indemity to Members of the 
House of Commons, that in calculating the deductions fiom Mr. P. M. Guay for non- 
attendance before he was a member, the sitting days are alone counted. It seems to 
me that all the days, and not only the sitting days, should, for that part of the time, 
have been counted in making the deduction. 

I also observe that Mr. Guillet, who was unseated during the Session and re- 
elected before the end of it, is treated as if he were two members, and is paid two 
Sessional allowances— the deduction from the first allowance being for the number of 
sitting days after he was unseated, and that from the second allowance being for the 
number of sitting days from the beginning of the Session before he was re-elected- 
I cannot see the reason for the two Sessional allowances, and the ground of objection* 
in Mr. Guay's case holds, it appears to me, in this case. 

Yours truly, 



H. Hartnet, Esq. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



ii DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 91 



House of Commons, Ottawa, Sept. 9, 1885. 

Sir,-—I beg to acknowledge receipt of jour communication of the 7th inst. with 
regard to the payment of indemnity to Mr. Guay, who was a member for part only 
of the Session. As you observe, payment was made to him of the Sessional allow- 
ance, less the days on which the House sat before he was a member, while you think 
that all the days, sitting and non-sitting, for that part of the time, should have been 
counted and deducted. 

Opinions have been received on this point from several legal gentlemen with 
very varying results — the highest, however, being that a member for part only of a 
Session should receive the indemnity, less the deduction of the sitting days only. 
Mr. Guillet, who as you observe was unseated during the Session and re-elected 
before the end of it, is treated as if he were two distinct members. This is a point I 
have never heard called in question, any more than if at the second election another 
person had been elected. The amount of indemnity expended would be the same in 
either case. 

Your obedient servant, 

HENRY HARTNEY. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 11, 1885. 

Dear Sir,— I send you herewith a copy of a letter from myself to the Account- 
ant of the House of Commons, and his reply. Please refer to " Ra " in the Report 
of the Commissioners who revised the Statutes, and from section 6 onwards, particu- 
larly to section 30. Mr. Barbidge will send you a copy of the Report to-day. 

Mr. Hartney, you will observe, says that it was never questioned but that a 
man in Mr. Guillet's position should be considered under the Indemnity Act as two 
members. He says that no more indemnity is expended than if he had been 
defeated at the election which took place during the Session of Parliament. Quite 
true : but he receives more than the men who did not lose a day — he getting $1,900, 
while the member who never lost a day is paid but $1,500. 

The whole difficulty arises from the two modes of paying — or rather from the 
two elements, the Sessional allowance and the per diem deduction, entering into the 
calculation. If members were paid in proportion to the time given by each, the 
making-up of the amount to be paid to each would be simple. It is enacted that a 
Session of thirty days entitles each member who has been in attendance all the lime 
to the Sessional allowance, and that a longer Session entitles every member who has 
been in attendance at least thirty days to a Sessional allowance less a certain per diem 
deduction for non attendance (much higher pay than the per diem allowance.) The 
latter part is a natural consequence of the former, but I cannot see why the person 
who had an incapacity to act for part of the time should be entitled to more remun- 
eration than those who could and did serve during the whole period. 

Please give your opinion on the point, and on the question of sitting and non- 
sitting days affecting both Mr. Guay and Mr. Guillet. 

Yours truly, 
C. Robinson, Q. C. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Nov. 3, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I am preparing for my report a statement of the amounts for 
indemnity and mileage drawn by the members of Parliament, and find that your 
indemnity was calculated on the basis of your being entitled to two Sessional indem- 
nities, one for the period before you were unseated and the other for that after you 
were re-elected, subject, in the former case, to the usual per diem deduction for sitting 
days after you were unseated, and in the latter to the deduction for similar days 
before the re-election. 

I have endeavored to obtain an opinion from Mr. C. Robinson, who advises me 
on legal points, as to the construction which was put on the Indemnity Act in your 
case, that construction having appeared to me unreasonable. Mr. Robinson has been 



92 AUDITOR general's report, 1884-5. ft 



too busy to take up the matter, and will be unable to answer me before the 10th, and 
in the meantime the accounts must be sent to the printers. 

If a refund were now made by you, the accounts would appear as if the money 
had never been paid to you. I send a statement showing the refund ($591.20) which 
should be made, if any is to be made. 

I am extremely anxious not to have anything in my report which would look 
like a reflection upon the conduct of a member of Parliament. 1 had at one time the 
honor of being a member. 

I am, Sir, &c, 
Geo. Guillet, M.R, Cobourg. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Cobourg, Nov. 7, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I duly received yonr favor advising me you had taken exception to 
the Speaker's ruling in regard to the Sessional Indemnity paid me as first and second 
members for West Northumberland in the 5th Parliament, — as Member elected in 
1882 and Member elected in 1885. 

As a layman I am not supposed to be competent to decide when " doctors dis- 
agree." The Speaker is by profession a lawyer and I am aware he carefully looked 
up the law before deciding the case. Also since receiving your letter I have con- 
sulted Mr. Hector Cameron, Q.C., and he has given me his opinion which confirms 
the Speaker's view of the law. lam aware that the same view is hold by Mr. 
Murray Dodd, Q.C., Mr. Wood, of Brockville, and other members learned in the law, 
but whose names I have not yet obtained their permission to use. Certainly when I 
was re-elected and the return made I found myself in the position of a new member 
precisely. I had again to sign the roll of membership of the House and I had again 
to take the oath of office. I was also regarded as a stranger to the House and had 
to be introduced before taking my seat. The Accountant also informed me I was 
entitled to draw mileage and that a new account would be opened with me. I then 
drew the mileage and found a new account had been opened. I was also informed 
that if the Session did not last thirty days after the day on which I took my seat as 
3econd member, I would be paid ten dollars per diem for the days it continued there- 
after as the law provides, and that eight dollars per diem would be deducted from my 
Indemnity as first member for every sitting day of the Session after I was unseated, 
the rule established by the law on which the indemnity of members is paid. It does 
seem, moreover, clear to me that I was in the eye of the law dead as the representa- 
tive of West Northumberland, as soon as the report of the Supreme Court unseating 
me was read by the Speaker to the House. The writ was issued for the election of 
a member to represent the riding. I was elected instead of my opponent, Mr. Kerr, 
and it seems to me I was before the law precisely in the same position he would have 
occupied had he been elected. Surely my election had no retroactive effect. There 
is no provision in the law for the case of a re-elected member, as such, and I must, it 
appears to me, be regarded as a new member, the second member in this Parliament 
for my riding. Would it not appear clearer to you I was such, legally, in case the 
Session had lapsed before my election ? 

I have to thank you for the courteous tone of your letter. To it I cannot at 
present give a more definite reply than the above. I am consulting further about it. 

Meantime, I remain, yours faithfully, 
The Auditor General. GEO. GUILLET. 

P. S. — Another thought occurs to me. Suppose for the sake of argument I sold 
and assigned my indemnity immediately after being unseated, subject to the deduc- 
tions in the clause you refer to: could the assignee's claim, under it, be invalidated by 
my afterwards becoming a candidate and being elected and again seated. I may say 
further I expect to have a written opinion from Mr. Cameron in a day or two when I 
will forward to you a copy. — G. G. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 93 



Toronto, Nov. 10, 1885. 

My dear Sir,— I have read the Auditor General's letter of the 3rd instant, as 
to your right to a payment of your full indemnity as a member, for each period of 
the Session during which you sat, before and after you were unseated and re-elected, 
(subject to the usual deduction), and I have also considered the Statute providing 
for the indemnity of members. 

I think that you come directly within the terras of the clause providing for "a 
person, who for any cause is a member of the House for a part only of the Session," 
and that when you ceased to be a member, on being unseated, your right to the full 
indemnity for the Session subject to the deduction for non-attendance, and also sub- 
ject to the deduction for each day of the Session after you ceased to be a member, 
became complete, and that such right cannot be divested by the fact of your subse- 
quent re-election and again becoming a member during the same Session. 

There is no express provision in the Act, for a person who is a member of the 
House for two parts of the Session, and who in the interval, is not a member at all ; 
and, in the absence of any such provision, I think you are entitled to the full indem- 
nity, as so stated, for the period before you were unseated, and that you are equally 
entitled to the full indemnity for the period after you were re-elected and again 
became a member, subject to the deduction for each day of the Session before you 
were re-elected. In fact, under the Statute, I think you are, to all intents and purposes, 
to be treated a9 if you were two members, and in the eye of the law of Parliament, 
I think you were in fact two members and required to be re-sworn and re-intioduced. 

The revenue suffers no loss by this construction of the law, as any other per- 
son re-elected would, undoubtedly, have been entitled to the full indemnity for the 
second p^rt of the Session, and it ought not to obtain the benefit to your loss from 
the fact of your being re-elected. 

I return herewith, the letter of the Auditor General. 

Yours very truly, 
Geo. Guillet, M.P., Cobourg . HECTOE CAMEKON. 



Opinion of Christopher Robinson, Q.C. — I have considered the questions tub- 
mitted to me with regard to the remuneration of members. 

The exact facts of each case are not fully stated, but both claimants were mem- 
bers during part only of the Session, and come therefore under the 31 Vic , c. 3, sec. 
5, as amended by 36 Vic, c. 3t, sec. 13, now consolidated in c. 10 of the draft of 
the new Consolidated Statutes of the Dominion. 

Mr. Guay, as I understand, was elected during the Session, and sat for the 
remainder of it, a period exceeding thirty days. The question is whether the deduc- 
tion from his Sessional allowance should be for all the days of the Session, before he 
became a member, or only for those on which the House sat. 

Upon the whole, I think the latter is the correct view. 

The general purpose of the Act seems to be to allow $1,000 for each Session of 
over 30 days, less $8 per day for non-attendance, when the member could have 
attended, and is not excused — this deduction, therefore, being for neglect only. It is 
true, sec. 26 (of the Consolidated Act) directs a deduction " for each day of such 
Session before he was elected," but reading .all the clauses together, this, I think, 
may fairly mean each day on which, it a member, he could have attended or which, 
under the exceptions in sec. 26, would have been allowed to him ; in other words, 
his incapacity to attend, by reason of not being a member, is equivalent to such 
neglect as in the case of members would have incurred forfeiture. 

He is to forfeit all which if a member, he could have forfeited, but no deduc- 
tion is to be made by reason of non-membership which could not have been made if 
he were a member. 

Mr. Guillet was unseated and re-elected during the Session, and having sat, as I 
assume, 30 days on each occasion, both before and after his re-election, he claims a 
double allowance for the Session. 



94 auditor general's REPORT, 188-4-5. 



At first I thought this could not be permitted and would be unfair, but upon con- 
sideration, I have come to a different conclusion. Bach election, must, I think, he 
considered, as separate. Having served 30 days when unseated, he became entitled 
to the $1,000, subject to the necessity of waiting till the end of the Session to ascer- 
tain the proper deduction from it. On coming in again under a different writ, this 
right, I think, was not changed ; but on serving 30 days, he became entitled to 
another allowance, subject to a deduction calculated with reference to his second 
election. If by reason of that election he can claim $1,000, as I think hecan.it 
must be subject to the deduction for each day of the Session before he was so elected ; 
and calculated in this way, taking 90 days as an average Session, and assuming that 
he had sat the first and last 30 days, his renumeration would not differ very mate- 
rially from that of a member who had sat during the whole Session under the 
same election, though he could have served le3s time for it. The exact case is not 
provided for, and I do not well see how on the principle of one allowance only the 
Statute, as it is worded, could be applied. 

Toronto, Nov. 10, 1885. C. KOBINSON. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 21, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I find that a few declarations of indemnity are still wanting — 
namely, those of Messrs. Cook, Glen, Irvine, Macmaster, McCarthy, Scott and 
Williams. 

Please let me know the cause of delay. I would like to have the account clo3ed 
soon to prepare for printing. 

Yours respectfully, 
H. Hartnet, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 

Note. — Messrs. Cook, Irvine, McCarthy and Scott have since fyled their declara- 
tions. — J. L. McD. 



House of Commons, Ottawa, Oct. 22, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — In answer to yours of yesterday, inquiring the cause of delay of 
certain declarations of indemnity, I beg to state that Mr. Scott is now here, and I 
hope to got his before he leaves, and the executois of the late Col. Williams promise, 
as soon as certain legal formalities are gone through with, to close up his account. 

As to the others, I can only say that I have done all in my power, both by 
telegraph and letter, to urge the sending in of their declarations, but I have not yet 
received them. 

Yours truly, 
The Auditor General. HENK1 HAETNEY. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 19, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I telegraphed you to day about closing your indemnity account of 
last Session. There is now remaining but a very short time until I shall be obliged 
to place the manuscript of my report in the hands of the printer, and I am desirous 
that there should be as little as possible of an unsettled nature in it. 

Yours respectfully, 
F. W. Glen, M.P., Oshawa. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Nov. 2, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I hope that you are not neglecting to furnish the declaration for Mr. 
Hartney. I am going to include in my report a statement of the sums drawn by 
each member for indemnity and mileage, and I am obliged as you know, to make a 
note of any weakness in the vouchers. The declaration is, as you will at once see, a 



li DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 95 



most important voucher. I dislike very much to be the means of causing any 
annoyance which a little forethought and care on the part of the person most con- 
cerned would have prevented. 

Yours sincerely, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
F. W. Glen, M.P., Oshawa. 



Oshawa, Nov. 3, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — Yours came duly to hand and contents are noted, for which accept 
my thanks. I cannot lay my hands on my memo, of days at Ottawa. lam sure I 
was there more than 30 days, but cannot tell exactly. The House sat 119 days, less 30 
is 89 days absent, at $8 per day is $712 — which if deducted from $1,500 leaves due 
me $782, of which I had $657. There would be more due considerably on this basis, 
but I will not draw any more^ than I have drawn, so that the books can be closed as 
far as I am concerned. 

Yours truly, 
The Auditor-General. F. W. GLEN. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Nov. 4th, 1885. 

Sir, — I shall feel obliged by your furnishing the Accountant of the House of 
Commons with your declaration, to enable him to close the indemnity account for 
last Session. I include in my report for 1884-85 a statement of the indemnity and 
mileage account of each member of Parliament, and am, of course, obliged to note 
any weakness in the evidence of the member's being entitled to the sum which bo 
has drawn. 

Yours truly, 
D. Macmaster, M. P., Montreal. J. L. McDOUGr ALL, A. 6?. 

Note.— Mr. Macmaster, as I am informed, was in England when this letter was 
Written, and has not yet returned. — J. L. McD. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, March 10, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I beg to call your attention to some items of expenditure for House 
of Commons Contingencies in 1884-85 : — 

Publishing Debates. — I notice a cheque for $6,027.09 in favor of Maclean, Roger 
& Co., in full of account for printing the Mansard of 1884. Please let me have details 
of the wnole account. In paying round sums for the present Session before the com- 
pletion of the work, a progress estimate, with specimens, should form part of the 
voucher rendered to this office. 

Time of Payment. — I hope you will see your way clear to making monthly pay- 
ments by cheque for all services except indemnity, and for the exact amounts earned. 
Please refer to my correspondence on this subject with Hon. Mr. Blanchet, printed 
with the Appropriation Accounts for 1881-82 (page 136). 

Translation.— Since 1st July, 1884, Mr. T. (x. Coursolles, the chief French trans- 
lator, has been paid $1,205 for translating the Consolidated Statutes, and $57.50 for 
translation for the Post Office Department. In the same period several persons not 
on the permanent staff have received pay for translating such work as the Militia, 
Mounted Police and Indian Affairs reports. In general, no officer should take so much, 
extra work that he is unable to perform his regular duties. But granting that the 
Consolidators needed Mr. Coursolles, either his regular salary should be withheld, 
or the payments to outsiders charged against him. The Dominion should not be 
asked to make three payments for two services. 

Two fortnightly receipts of Mr, J. Benson Williams, an'extra Sessional Clerk, are 
dated from Quebec. An explanation should be attache! to the voucher. 



96 AUDITOR general's report, 1834-5. 



Payment of $12 a week to Messrs. J. Mullin and H. N. Chesley, of the Post 
Office Department, as amanuenses for Debates, is contrary to sec. 49 of the Civil 
Service Act. The amounts not having been voted specifically, should be refunded. 

Yours respectfully, 
J. G. Bourinot, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, April 14, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt to-day of the Accounts and Youchers 
of House of Commons expenditure for March, 18S5. 

On March 12 and 26, payments were made to H. N. Chesley and J. Mullin (of 
the Post Office Department) of $24 each, for services as Debates amanuenses. As 
mentioned in my letter of March 10, these clerks are under the Civil Service Act, 
and should receive nothing in addition to their regular salary, unless previously 
voted specifically. Please see that the amounts paid to them in the present fiscal 
year are refunded. 

I return a vouchor for $33 paid to John T. White, for services as clerk to a 
committee, in 1882. If the date is not an error, some explanation should be attached 
as to the delay in payment. 

Yours respectfully, 
J. G. Bourinot, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A G. 

House of Commons, Ottawa, April 16, 1885. 
Dear Sir, — In answer to your letter of the 14th instant, I have to say in the 
first place that the amanuenses are employed by the shorthand writers directly (by 
order of the House) without reference to the Clerk, and are paid out of an appro- 
priation for that purpose. 

I add a memorandum of the circumstances under which Mr. White was paid. 
It should have been sent before. 

Yours truly, 
The Auditor-General. JNO. GEO. BOURINOT. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 26, 18-5. 
Dear Sir, — Youchers for payments of round sums on account to the Printing 
Contractors should contain progress estimates of the work done up to the time of 
payment. 

Each advance to Mr. Brewer for cash payments of indemnity should bo sup- 
ported by an account of the disposition of the previous advance. 

Yours respectfully, 
H. Hartney, Es<i. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

House of Commons, Ottawa, May 27, 1885. 
Dear Sir, — I received your communication of yesterday, and in answer beg to- 
state : 

1. The printer furnishes us with fyles of the work as it progresses, with the cost. 
Twenty per cent, of the amount is always retained by me, aud out of the balance he 
draws, as ho requires it, on account. 

2. The disposition of Mr. Brewer's cash is accountel for daily, and the result 
handed to me in a written statement, signed by himself and another official, who 
assists him in checking over the day's proceedings. This result I verify by my own 
books. In fact, the Indemnity Account is audited daily. 

HENRY HARTNEY. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 29, 1885. 
Dear Sia, — Your system of daily audit of the cash advances for indemnity is 
very satisfactory and complete, as a matter of Departmental regulation. The Audit 
Act^ however v requires an examination of all accounts by this offioo, as an indepen- 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 97 



dent check, the Departments being responsible for correctness in the first instarce. 
A second independent examiner cannot accept a mere certificate from the first 
examiner. If he does his pretended check is worse than useless, from promising a 
security which does not exist. 

The statement I would like is a list of names, dates and amounts. The receipts 
will not be necessary in the meantime, if they are in daily use in your office. 

With reference to progress estimates from the printers, I gather from your 
explanation that the contractors get 80 per cent, of their claim before their accounts 
are audited. Please let me know why the usual practice of Departmental audit 
before payment is not followed in this instance. 

The contractors for railways and public works are paid upon submission of 
progress estimates. Such estimates are probably much more voluminous than the 
Printing Accounts, and there should not be much difficulty in furnishing the latter. 

Yours respectfully, 
H. Hartney, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

House of Commons, Ottawa, June 1, 1835. 

Dear Sir,— In answer to yours of the 29th ult , I beg to say I am very pleased 
to hear that you consider our system of the daily audit of the cash advances for 
indemnity " as very satisfactory and complete as a matter of Departmental regula- 
tion." You further state that the Audit Act, however, requires an examination of 
all accounts by your office. It appears to me you have had such examination ever 
since you have had the auditing ot the Parliamentary expenditure, when the declara- 
tion ot each M. P., with his receipt in full for indemnity and travelling expenses, was 
sent to you for that purpose, and which you certified to as correct in the annual 
statement. I have not heard of anything which would tend to destroy your confi- 
dence in the value of those declarations for the purpose of audit, that you should 
wish another system now to be inaugurated. You state what you would now like 
would be " a list of the names of the M. PV., the dates when they draw any money, 
and the amount each one draws." 1 presume you require this periodically as each 
- $2,000 is expended, as in your letter of the 27th ult. This information, being a detail 
of the monetary transactions of this office with the members of the House, which are 
confidential, 1 cannot furnish without an Order of the House, or of the Honorable the 
Board of Commissioners of Internal Economy. I have ever refused it. Did I even 
furnish it to you, it would be valuoless, for it would be but my unsupported 
statement, till you received the declarations after the Session, as you now do. 

You quite mistake the purport of my letter of the 27th ult., if you gather from 
my explanation in it that the Parliamentary Printing Contractors get 80 per cent, of 
their claim before their accounts are audited. They do nothing of the kind. You 
refer to the contractors for railways and public works as being paid on progress 
estimates, but we have no progress estimates, we only pay for work actually per- 
formed and delivered, which consists of the Blue Books, Votes, Minutes, Returns, 
Bills, &c, each one of which constitutes a finished work and voucher in itself, and 
charged as such. After audit in this office 20 per cent, is retained till the whole of 
the work pertaining to the Session is finished, thus ensuring its speedy completion, 
the balance of 80 per cent, is drawn by the contractors in such sums and at such 
periods as they may require it. Semi-annually, an account containing all these items 
of work performed is furnished me, with the cost and charges of each, in detail, on 
which a final settlement is made. This system has been in use ever since 1859, the 
year in which the Joint Committee on Printing was inaugurated. The Journals of 
both Houses have often testified as to the satisfaction it has given. Since you have 
had the auditing of the Printing Accounts, you have annually certified as to their 
correctness. The Joint Committee has them re-audited by a Subcommittee of their 
own appointing, who also certify the same thing, and it does seem uncalled for that a 
system which has given such universal satisfaction should now require further checks 
and guarantees, without any reason being assigned therefor. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Auditor-General. HEtfRY HARTNEY. 

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98 ACDIT0R general's report, 1884-5. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, June 9, 1885. 
Dear Sir, — Please say why you consider the payments made from time to time 
to members of Parliament confidential. 

I ask as I cannot see why they should be looked upon as confidential, and so that 
we may get at once to the points, if any, on which we are to ultimately differ. 

Yours truly, 
H. Hartney, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Jane 3, 1885. 
Dear Sir, — I find nothing in the books of this office in connection with the 
" Special Account — House of Commons." I shall be obliged by a word of explanation. 

Yours truly, 
Manager Bank of Montreal. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

Bank of Montreal, June 10, 1885. 
Dear Sir, — In reply to your favor of yesterday, I beg to enclose copy of letter 
of instructions from Deputy Minister of Finance, under which the special account was 
opened. 

Yours truly, 
The Auditor General. F. GUNDEY, Manager. 

Finance Dept., Ottawa, March 31, 1885. 
Dear Mr. Gundry, — A resolution was passed by the House of Commons yester- 
day recommending the payment of their Sessional allowance in full, on their depar- 
ture from Ottawa, of those members of Parliament ordered on Military service. The 
necessary supply for the same has not yet been voted by Parliament, and I have to 
request that you will be good enough in the meantime to honor Mr. Hartney 's 
cheques for that purpose, for which you will please open a special account. 

Yours truly, 
Manager Bank of Montreal. J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F, 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 21, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I am informed by Mr. Hartney that application should be made to 
you for further information about Unforseen Expenses. 

Please let me know the nature of the services rendered by Mrs. Margaret Martel, 
on which her pension is based, and the authority by which the payments are made. 

What were the services of W. S. Dingman to the Committee on Agricultural 
Industries, for which he was paid $100 ? 

It would materially help my audit if copies were given to me of all minutes of 
the Internal Economy Commission concerning expenditure, just as Orders in Council 
are furnished by the Executive. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Speaker, Kingston. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

4 Audit Office, Ottawa, Oot. 21, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I would like to have additional information on the following items 
of your expenditure : 

Sessional Clerks. — Please give me the dates of Thos. Kelly's entrance into the 
Post Office and his departure for the North- West . 

Committees — In July, 1885, Messrs. J. H. McLeod and T. S. Howe, Sessional 
Clerks, were paid for extra services as Clerks to Committees. How did these differ 
from the services for which they were already paid as Sessional Clerks ? 

Debates.— The two sums paid to Mr. Beaulieu, on account of Mr. Bouchard's 
work left unfinished, should be supported by the receipt of the person to whom Mr. 
Beaulieu handed the money. Please see that this is done. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Clerk of the Commons. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 99 



House of Commons, Oct. 22, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — In reply to your letter of yesterday, desiring information : 

1st. As to date of Mr. Kelly's entry into P. O. The date of entry was Feb. 26, 
and departure for North- West, on or about April 1. 

2nd. As to services of Messrs. Macleod and Howe, as Committee Clerks. It 
is a well recognized fact that the duties of a Committee Clerk are far above those 
of a Copying Clerk. The Committees to which these gentlemen were attached 
recommended extra compensation for the arduous duties performed, and the recom- 
mendations were considered and concurred in. 

3rd. As to sums paid to Mr. Beaulieu on account of Mr. Bouchard's work. 
Will call the attention of Accountant thereto. 

Yours truly, 
The Auditor General. JNO. GEO. BOUBINOT. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 21, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — I would like to have additional information on the following items 
of your expenditure ; 

From the pay lists, Mr. Antoine Boutet began his services as Messenger, March 
12. In July a payment for arrears was made to date back to Jan. 29. Did he begin 
work Jan. 29 or March 12 ? 

Why was M. Genest's allowance paid in one sum of $250.00 ? When did he 
begin work and when did he leave ? 

Under what authority do you pay for furnishings for the Commons' Eefresh- 
ment Eoom ? The first thought which would occur to an outsider is that the 
manager should supply everything necessary. 

Yours respectfully, 
D. W. Macdonell, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

House of Commons, Ottawa, Nov. 9, 1885. 

Dear Sir, — In reply to yours of the 21st October, I have to state that D. 
Boutet, Sessional Messenger, was taken seriously ill the beginning of the Session, and 
died in March, and was replaced by his brother, Antoine, who drew the Sessional 
allowance in fall. 

Genest, in the early part of last Session, was taken ill and sent to hospital. On 
the 21st May he was paid by cheque $250, taken home and died shortly after. 

The Speaker and Hon. Premier, Members of the Board of Internal Economy, 
some years ago, ordered a certain amount to be expended in famishing the refresh- 
ment room with the necessary articles required. Otherwise I believe it would be 
impossible to get a person to cater for the members of the House. 

Truly yours, 
The Auditor General. D. W. MACDONELL. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Nov. 16, 1885. 
Dear Sir,— Let me acknowledge your letter of Nov. 9, concerning crockery and 
glassware, bought for the Commons refreshment room. 

If the service is to be continued, please see that explicit amounts for the purpose 
are placed in the next Estimates, both for 1885-6 and 1886-7. 

Yours respectfully, 
D. W. Macdonell, Esq. J. L. McDOUGALL, AG. 

Circular to Returning Officers. 

Audit Office,. Ottawa, 188 . 

Dear Sir, — I beg leave to make the following suggestions, tending to a speedy 
settlement of your account, for holding the coming election in 

1. The charges for mileage should be supported by a detailed statement of actual 
travel, giving dates, names of persons travelling, places passed through and distances 
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11 



from place to place. To assist me in checking the statement with the map, please 
mark on the enclosed tracing of your county the route followed when posting 
Proclamations, and the place of each poll. !No account will be accepted which can- 
not be compared fully with a map. 

The practice is to make payment for posting notices and giving boxes in one 
trip. If, from unusual and special circumstances, the Eeturning Officer is unable to 
have everything ready to send out at one time, full proof of the fact should accom- 
pany the charges for mileage. 

2. Please see that a specimen of each form printed is sent with the printer's 
account. I am only able to order payment when satisfied that work has been done 
equal to the amount of the claim. Enclosed is a list of the sums which will be 
allowed to the printer for necessary forms. 

3. I shall need the account of the custodian against you for voters' lists, and the 
name of the office by virtue of which he is custodian. If you had any subdivision of 
lists to make, let me know your reasons for sub-dividing. 

4. With this I send blank accounts for the deputies. Claims for rent and con- 
stables will be paid only when made in writing by the person to whom the money is 
due. You should certify that each item charged is correct, and that the rent paid 
for the polling booth is a reasonable amount for the house used. Please notice that 
$4.00 for rent is a limit, and not a fee. Polls can generally be rented for less than 
$4.00. 

5. I send you, by mail, a specimen screen, which has already been used with 
satisfaction. It is a piece of heavy grey cotton, 6 feet sq are, hemmed along the top, 
with a ring on each end of the hem— the whole to be hung across the corner of the 
room. Screens of this kind could be made under your own directions at a cost of 
less than 75 cents each, and sent to the deputies (where needed) inside of the ballot 
boxes. After the polling day they could be returned to you in the same manner. 
Your voucher should be based on the quantity of material used for the number made. 

If, however, an election has lately been held in your county, the screens are 
already provided. In that case you will find screens and ballot 

boxes in the possession of , postmaster at . These will be 

given to you on payment of a delivery fee of 82.00 a year, counting from the time the 
postmaster got them. 

6. Any new ballot boxes obtained by you, together with the screens, should be 
securely packed up and left with a postmaster near the place of declaration. A 
storage allowance of $2.00 a year will be made to him, payable when he gives them 
up. You will please take his receipt, and forward it to this office, specifying the 
number of screens and boxes. 

7. The accounts of your creditors should be forwarded in original, without 
alteration, except your deductions and certificate in the margin. Please support the 
whole account with a solemn declaration under 37 Vic, cap. 27, that you have made 
a reasonable examination of the claims, and are to the same extent satisfied of their 
correctness : that you do not know of any item for which the Government is asked 
to pay more than others would under circumstances of similar urgenoy. As the 
Dominion officer having most knowledge of the locality, we rely upon you for pro- 
tection against overcharge. 

8. Let me call your attention to the Dominion Election Act, sec. 126, sub-sec. 30, 
instructing returning officers to report through the Secretary of State the distribu- 
tion made of money paid to them for election expenses. Since many of your claims 
on the Government are not completely established without receipts from your 
creditors, and you cannot be expected to advance the money, a subsequent verifica- 
tion is the only one possible. Your services will not be completed until the account 
is closed, and a part of your fee will therefore be withheld until this is done. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



101 



SUMMARY. 



1884 
1878 
1879 
1882 
1884 
1884 
1882 
1882 
1885 
1885 
1882 
1884 
1884 
1885 
1884 
1884 
1883 
1885 
1882 



ELECTIONS. 



Beauce 

Cape Breton 

do 

do 

do 

Cumberland 

Joliette (Dec.) mileage withheld ....... 

King's (P.E.I.) balance for poll books 

Lennox ■ 

Levis 

Marquette. 

Maskinonge 

Megantic 

West Northumberland 

West Ontario - 

Queen's, P.E.I 

Soulanges, printing ("Minerve") 

Soulanges 

Vercheres (balance) 

Stationery Office, Ottawa, maps 



Claimed. 



Beauce (Oct. 31, 1884) G. 0. Taschereau, R.O.— 

Returning Officer - 

do extra claim for size of county. 

Election Clerk 

30 voters' lists 

30 certificates 

30 searches 

Printing and stationery (Levis "Quotidien ") . 

Mileage ~ 

Making and sending return 

Postage, tacks, &c 

30 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

30 booths 

27 constables 

Mileage to polls ~ 

1 ballot box 

29 screens , 



Cape Breton (Sept. 17, 1878) John Ferguson- 
Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable 

24 voters' lists 

Copying voters' lists 

Printing voters' lists 

Mileage M 

26 commissions to Deputies and Clerks .. 

26 poll books - 

4 certificates to candidates 

Subdividing territory 

Recounting ballots 

27 ballot boxes 

Padlocks and numbering boxes 

Printing (W. D. Hill) 

Stationery 

Postage and telegrams , 

26 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

18 constables , 



Carried forward 



$ cts 

1,038 05 

1,299 88 

602 95 

580 85 

515 60 

300 60 

15 00 

15 00 

782 28 

833 64 

1,915 75 

980 66 

696 98 

678 98 

92 20 

1,272 03 

62 01 

468 60 

62 90 

4 20 



12,218 16 



60 00 

50 00 

8 00 

66 60 

15 00 

6 00 

104 60 

219 60 

25 00 

2 25 
210 00 
120 00 

27 00 
34 00 

3 00 
87 00 



1,038 05 



80 00 
8 00 

1 00 
16 25 
40 00 
50 00 

245 00 

26 00 

26 00 

4 00 

225 00 
12 00 
67 50 
10 28 
73 25 

2 80 

3 00 
182 00 

18 00 



Allowed. 



$ cts. 
788 00 
767 63 
552 40 
538 50 
515 60 
211 00 

15 00 

15 00 
693 03 
751 35 
1,720 45 
672 62 
681 01 
532 02 

92 20 
1,233 28 

49 57 
418 00 

33 86 
4 20 



1,090 96 



10,284 72 



60 00 

' Too 

38 90 
15 00 



62 20 

202 90 

5 00 

2 00 
210 00 
120 00 

27 00 
34 00 

3 00 



788 00 



60 CO 
8 00 
1 00 

16 25 
3 50 



142 50 



5 00 



5 00 



67 50 
10 28 
40 00 

2 80 

3 00 
182 00 

18 00 



Paid 
in 1884-85. 



$ cts. 
788 00 

20 25 
238 90 
225 50 
515 60 
211 00 

15 00 

15 00 
693 03 
751 35 
1,347 45 
672 62 
681 01 
461 71 

92 20 
1,233 28 

49 57 
418 00 

33 86 
4 20 

8,467 53 



564 83 



102 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Elections — Continued. 
Brought forward 



Cape Breton — Continued. 

26 booths ..... 

21 screens 

Mileage to polls , 



Les3— 4 deposits by candidates .. 
Paid in 1879-80 (page 87). 
Paid in 1883-84 (page 81). 



Paid in 1884-85. 



Cape Breton (Oct., 1879) John Ferguson- 
Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 

Voters' lists 

22 certificates of custodian 

Copying voters' lists 

Mileage 

Printing and stationery (" Express ") 

Postage and telegrams 

25 Deputies, Clerks^and oaths 

15 constables 

22 booths 

Mileage to polls 



Claimed. 



% cts. 



1,090 08 



104 00 
57 00 
48 80 



1,299 88 

200 00 
273 60 
273 78 



Less- 



-3 deposits by candidates. 
Paid in 1883-4 (page 81)., 



Paid in 1884-5. 



Cape Breton (June 20, 1882) John Ferguson- 
Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 

Voters' lists 

20 certificates of custodian 

Copying lists 

Mileage 

Postage and telegrams 

Printing (Sydney " Express ") 

23 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

14 constables 

22 booths 

10 screens 

Mileage to polls , 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

20 50 

12 00 

7 90 

82 10 

96 50 

4 25 

175 00 

15 00 

86 00 

34 70 

602 95 

150 00 
163 50 



Less- 



-Paid in 1882-3 (page 28), 
Paid in 1883-4 (page 81). 

Paid in 1884-5 1 



60 00 
8 00 
I 00 

22 00 

12 00 
4 70 

91 20 
4 25 

78 00 
161 00 

14 00 
83 50 
25 50 

15 70 



580 85 

50 00 
263 00 



Paid. 



$ cts. 
564 83 



102 00 
57 00 
43 80 



767 63 



747 38 



20 25 



60 00 

8 00 

1 00 

18 80 

11 00 

7 90 

78 00 

63 50 



Paid 
in 1884-85. 



175 00 

15 00 

82 00 

32 20 



552 40 



313 50 



238 90 



60 00 
8 00 
1 00 

19 40 

10 00 
4 70 

86 70 
4 00 

63 00 
161 CO 

14 00 
83 50 

8 00 

15 20 



538 50 



313 00 



225 50 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



103 



Elections— Continued. 



John Ferguson- 



Cape Breton (July, 1884) 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable.... 

Voters' lists 

20 certificates of custodian 

Copying voters' lists 

Mileage 

Printing (Sydney "Advocate"). 

Postage and telegrams-.. 

23 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

22 booths ,. ... 

14 constables 

Mileage to polls , 



Paid in 1884-5. 



Cumberland (June 26, 1884) Roderick MacLean, R.O. 

Returning Officer , 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 

27 voters' lists 

27 certificates of custodian , 

Counting nameH on lists , 

Mileage, posting proclamations 

Mileage to meet the writ , 

Special messengers , 

29 poll books • 

Printing (Amherst "Gazette") 

Stationery, postage and telegrams 

Making up returns , , 

Error in addition 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



Lennox (Jan. 8, 1885) W. G. Wilson, R.O.— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Hall for nomination end declaration 

Constable at nomination and declaration 

21 voters' lists 

21 certificates 

21 certificates of roll . 

Printing (Napanee u Beaver '") , 

do (Napanee " Standard ") 

21 ballot boxes, at $2.50.... 

21 lock3 

Blanks and stationery 

Postage, telegrams and freight 

Mileage 

21 Deputies, Clerks and oaths , 

21 constables , 

19 booths 

21 screens 

Mileage to polls 

Levis (April 14, 1885) L. N. Carrier, R.O— 

Returning Officer , 

Election Clerk , 

37 voters' lists 

37 certificates of custodian 

Legal advice 

Printing (Levis " Quotidien ") , 

Carried forward..,.. 



40 00 
4 00 

1 00 
27 80 

13 50 

2 50 
67 30 
50 00 
31 00 

14 50 
38 00 

9 00 
1 50 
50 

300 60 



60 00 
8 CO 
5 00 
1 00 

40 00 

10 50 

5 25 

17 00 

53 00 

52 50 

16 00 

19 93 

10 00 

132 00 

147 00 

21 00 

74 00 

61 00 
49 10 



782 28 



Allowed. 



60 00 
8 00 
46 90 
18 50 
24 00 
111 76 



$ cts. 



60 00 


8 00 


1 00 


20 00 


10 00 


5 00 


90 00 


42 70 


4 00 


161 CO 


88 CO 


14 CO 


11 90 



269 16 



515 60 



40 00 

4 00 

1 00 

19 30 

13 50 



56 10 
46 80 

"Tab" 

17 00 
9 00 



211 00 



60 00 
8 00 
5 00 
1 00 

31 55 
10 50 
5 25 
12 00 
30 00 
52 50 
16 00 
19 93 
10 00 
88 60 
147 00 
21 00 
74 00 

61 00 
39 70 



693 03 



60 00 
8 00 
29 00 
18 50 
15 00 
72 37 

202 87 



Paid 
in 1884-85. 



$ cts. 



104 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Elect ions— Continued. 



Brought forward 



Levis — Continued. 

Stationery (Levis "Quotidien") 

Mileage 

Ferries, tolls, &c 

Postage and telegrams 

Making and forwarding return ... 

37 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

37 booths 

28 constables 

Mileage to polls 



Marquette (July 1882) W. J. James, R.O.— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Voters' lists 

Printing - 

12 boxes and repairs 

Mileage » 

Travelling expenses 

Postage and stationery , 

37 polls 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 
269 16 



20 13 

55 00 

6 00 

4 85 

11 75 

259 00 

148 00 

28 00 

31 75 



833 64 



Less— Paid in 1883-84 
do 1885-86. 



Paid in 1884-85 to Robert Watson, M P., attorney for 
W. J. James 



Maskinonge (December 22, 1884) Chas. L. Auge, M.D.— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Hall for nomination and declaration 

22 voters' lists 

22 certificates of custodian 

Printing (Three Rivers " Journal").... 

do (Louiseville "Courier") 

Stationery 

22 poll books , 

2 ballot boxes 

4 locks 

Telegram, postage and report — . 

Tacks, hammers, pencils, &c 

Mileage 

22 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

22 booths , 

21 constables 

Mileage to polls 

21 screens made by Deputies 

21 screens made by Returning Offi«er 



120 00 
30 00 

63 15 
115 80 

40 25 
438 80 

64 50 
25 92 

1,017 33 



Allowed. 

$ cts. 
202 87 



20 13 
55 00 



Paid 
in 1884-85. 



4 85 

1 75 

259 00 

148 00 

28 00 

31 75 



751 35 



1,915 75 

313 00 

60 00 



120 0!) 

8 00 

63 15 

87 80 

40 25 

438 80 



25 92 
936 53 

1,720 45 



373 00 

1,347 45 



Megantic (July, 1884) W, H. Lambly, R.O.— 

Returning Officer , 

do 4 days at recount 

Election Clerk 

do 4 days at recount 

25 voters' lists 

25 certificates of custodian 

Printing and stationery, (" Alpha ") 



Carried forward 



60 00 

8 00 

8 00 

102 46 

11 00 

39 75 

4 00 

21 44 

21 66 

8 00 

80 

14 10 
16 00 

246 10 
154 00 
88 00 
21 00 
77 60 
63 00 

15 75 



60 00 

8 00 

8 00 

27 23 

11 00 

34 50 

4 00 

21 44 

11 00 

4 00 

80 

14 10 

11460* 

154 00 
88 00 
21 00 
75 20 



980 66 



60 00 

20 00 

8 00 

4 80 

49 00 

12 50 

8 27 



162 57 



15 75 



672 62 



60 00 

20 00 

8 00 

4 80 

40 73 

12 50 

8 27 



$ cts. 



154 30 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



105 



Elections — Continued. 

Brought forward 

MGgantic — Continued. 

Printing (Arthabaskaville "ArguB ").... 

do (C. Darveau, Quebec) 

Mileage 

Postage and telegrams 

25 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

21 constables 

25 booths 

Mileage to polls 

25 screens supplied by Returning Officer 
Error 



West Northumberland (1885), Roe Buck, R.O.— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk , 

Constable at nomination and declaration 

Hall at nomination and declaration 

22 voters' lists «.. 

22 certificates of custodian 

22 books for lists, at 9c. 

Printing ("Sentinel Star") 

Advertising (" World") 

Mileage 

Postage, telegrams, stationery, &c ,... 

22 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

22 constables 

21 booths 

20 screens 

Fuel and furniture « 

Swearing agents 

Mileage to polls ■ 



West Ontario (Aug., 1884), Erastus Jackson, R.O.— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Hall for nomination 

Mileage 

Printing (Newmarket "Era") 



Queen's, P.E.I. ( Aug. 19, 1884), Henry Longworth, R.O.— 

Returning Officer. 

Election Clerk 

Mileage 

Constable at nomination 

Printing (Bremner Bros.).. 

do (Charlottetown "Examiner")- 

do (Charlottetown " Herald ") • 

do (S. G. Lawson) 

15 ballot boxes 

Repairing boxes. 

Stationery 

52 screens, supplied by Returning Officer 

52 Deputies, Clerks and oaths 

42 county booths 

10 city booths «... „.... , 

37 constables 

Mileage to polls .. ...• , 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 
162 57 



31 00 

6 00 

127 30 

2 31 

175 00 

21 00 

100 00 

21 60 

50 00 

20 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 
8 00 

56 20 

11 00 

1 98 
87 74 

6 24 
94 80 

12 57 
154 00 

22 00 

79 00 

44 00 

6 95 

2 00 
22 50 



678 98 



40 00 

4 00 

2 00 

34 70 

11 50 

92 20 



Allowed. 



$ cts 
154 30 



23 50 

6 00 

127 30 

2 31 

175 00 

21 00 

100 00 

21 60 

50 00 



681 01 



60 00 

8 00 

2 00 

8 00 

31 20 

11 00 



68 31 
[6 24 

48 00 
12 57 
154 00 
22 00 
79 00 



21 70 
532 02 



40 00 

4 00 

2 00 

34 70 

11 50 

92 20 



Paid, 
in 1884-85. 



60 00 


8 60 


182 70 


1 00 


100 25 


15 00 


16 00 


11 25 


30 00 


11 75 


28 69 


95 62 


364 00 


168 00 


100 00 


37 00 


43 77 


1,272 03 



60 00 

8 00 

155 50 

1 00 

94 70 
15 00 
13 00 

8 25 
30 00 
11 75 
28 69 

95 62 
364 00 
168 00 
100 00 

37 00 
42 77 

1,233 28 



106 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 






Claimed. 

$ cts. 


Allowed. 


Paid 
in 1884-85. 


Elections — Continued. 

Brought forward » 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Soulanges (1885), A. M. Pharand, R.O.— 

Returning Officer 


60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
1 00 

26 20 
7 50 

18 85 

3 50 
85 60 
30 00 

4 00 
1 105 00 

15 00 
60 00 
32 25 
10 70 

468 60 


60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
1 00 

26 20 
7 50 

18 85 
3 50 

80 00 




Election Clerk. 




Constable at nomination , .»...*. 




do declaration 




15 voters' lists ...» 




15 certificates of custodians 

Stationery 




Postage and telegrams , 








Making up returns .. 




Freight on boxes 


4 00 
105 00 
15 00 
60 00 
17 25 
10 70 








15 constables...... •• =.. 




15 booths 




13 screens... * 




Mileage to polls, 










418 00 




Vereheres (Balance, 1882), E. Chagnon— 


29 00 
7 50 

15 60 
6 00 
4 80 


21 56 

7 50 

4 80 




15 certificates 




12 certificates 

Mileage for printiDg • • 










62 90 


33 86 


i 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 



107 



Election Trials. 

Bothwell— 

Sheriff, John Mercer — 

4 days' attendance 

Drawing 2 notices and summoning 4 constables. 

Court room and accessories 

4 constables, 4 days, at $1.50 

Crier, calling cause and swearing 27 witnesses.. 

Jacques Cartier— 

M. J. Vilbon, Deputy Sheriff- 
Drawing notice and calling cause.. ... 

Advertising, Montreal "Gazette" 

do do "Minerve" 

Joliette— 

C. B. H. Leprohon, Sheriff- 
Advertising, Joliette "Gazette" 



Kent- 
John Mercer, Sheriff— 

2 days' attendance 

Drawing notice and summoning 3 constables- 
Court room and accessories 

3 constables, 2 days ... 

Crier, calling cause and swearing 3 witnesses 

Lennox- 
Judge J. D. Armour — 

Travelling expenses 

Sheriff 0. T. Pruyn— 

4 days' attendance 

Drawing 2 notices 

Advertising, Napanee "Standard" , 

8 constables, 4 days each , 

Crier, calling cause and giving 80 oaths „ 



Claimed. 



Registrar B. B. Brown— 

13 days' time 

Travelling expenses, to Napanee once and Ottawa 

twice 

Copy of evidence, 1,300 folios, , 



Levis— 

Deputy Sheriff J. B. Amyot, 20 days' attendance. 



Registrars Fiset, Burroughs and Campbell, 20 days' at- 
tendance . ,. 

Constable A. Soulard, 30 days 

do F. R. Lepage, 30 days 

do do swearing 23 witnesses 



Megantic (Frechette) — 
Sheriff A. Quesnel— 

37 days' attendance 

Travelling expenses 

Court room 

Drawing notice 

Advertising, Arthabaskaville 



E. T. Union 



Megantic (Langelier)— 

Sheriff A. Quesnel, advertising in "E.T.Union", 
Clerk O. C. Bernier, 2 days , 



Constable A. Beland, 2 days. 



Carried forward 



$ Ct3, 



20 00 
5 00 
4 00 

24 00 
4 65 



2 10 
9 00 
4 50 



10 00 

3 00 

4 00 
9 00 
1 05 



20 00 

3 00 

4 55 
48 00 
12 60 



78 00 

76 16 
130 00 



185 00 

24 00 

10 00 

1 50 

8 29 



Paid. 



$ cts 



Total. 



$ cts. 



57 65 

15 60 
9 62 



27 05 



38 SO 




88 15 




284 16 


411 11 


100 00 




120 00 

30 00 

30 00 

3 45 


283 45 




• 




228 79 


10 14 

12 00 

3 00 


25 14 




1,058 41 



103 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Brought forward. 



Election Trials— Continued. 
West Middlesex- 
Sheriff Wm. Glass— 

4 days' time 

Drawing 3 notices 

Court room and accessories 

Travelling expenses. 

Advertising, Strathroy " Age" , 

4 constables, 1 day 

Crier, calling cause and giving 80 oaths. 



Registrar, P. J. Joseph— 

9 days, at $6 , 

Travelling expenses 

Copy of evidence, 28 folios. 



Claimed. 



cts. 



Montcalm— 

Sheriff, C. B. H. Leprohon, advertising in Joliette " Gazette' ' 
West Northumberland- 
Sheriff, Isaac 0. Proctor— 

4 days' services 

Drawing 3 notices 

8 constables, 4 days, at $1.50 

Mileage 

Crier, calling cause and giving 25 oaths 

Advertising, Cobourg "Sentinel-Star" 

do Cobourg "World" 



Sheriff, F. W. Jarvis— 1 day 
Registrar, F. J. Joseph— 

7 days' time 

Travelling expenses 



Soulanges (1883)— 

Deputy Sheriff, M. J. Vilbon— 

Drawing notice 

Court room and accessories 

Advertising, Montreal " Gazette " 

do do "Minerve" 

Consable, 16 days » 

Crier, calling cause and giving 180 oaths.. 

Soulanges (1884)— 

Judge, F. G. Johnson — Travelling expenses .. 
Deputy Sheriff, M. J. Vilbon— 

10 days' time 

Travelling expenses 

Drawing 2 notices 

Court room and accessories 

Advertising, Montreal "Gazette" 

do do "Minerve" 

2 constables, 7 days 

Crier, calling cause and giving 130 oaths. 



Registrar, L. H. Collard— 

» 9 days' time 

Travelling expenses . .. 



Vercheres— 

Deputy Sheriff, M. J. Vilbon— 

Drawing notice 

Crier, calling cause 

Advertising, Montreal "Gazette", 
do do " Minerve " . 



Total, Election Trials . 



20 00 
4 50 

14 60 
8 10 
4 56 
6 00 

12 60 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



Total. 



$ cts. 
1,058 41 



54 00 

44 21 

2 80 



20 00 
4 50 

48 00 
4 80 
4 35 
9 02 
7 92 



70 26 



101 01 



42 00 
54 10 



1 50 

17 00 

7 60 

4 59 

24 00 

27 60 



50 00 

20 00 
3 00 
2 95 
6 75 
5 80 

21 00 
20 10 



171 27 
5 20 



5 00 



96 10 



45 50 



54 00 
19 50 



1 60 

60 
5 50 
5 10 



129 60 



73 50 



82 10 



248 60 



II 70 

U77 97 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



109 



SENATE. 



Salaries : — 

Edouard J. Langevin, Clerk, Master in Chancery, Cashier and Accountant. 

Jas. Adamson, Clerk Assistant and Master in Chancery 

J. G. A. Creighton, Law Clerk, Clerk of Committees and English Translator .. ., 

Yen. J. S. Lander, Chaplain , 

Peter Miller, Clerk of English Journals and 1st English Clerk ,... 

R. W. Stephen, 2nd English Clerk and Clerk of Routine Proceedings 

Alex. Soutter, 3rd English Clerk and Clerk of Private Bills ^ 

A. A. Boucher, 2nd Clerk Assistant, Master in Chancery and Chief French Translator 

Alfred Garneau, 1st French Translator and Clerk 

J. de St. D. Lemoine, Sergeant-at-Arms 

Ivanhoe Tacbe, Clerk of French Journals and Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms 

C. T. Gibbs, Junior Clerk, acting as Assistant Accountant 

P. A. McCord, Junior Clerk 

R. Edw. Kimber, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod (rooms valued at $650 additional) 

J. B. Myrand, Postmaster 

Peter Dunne, Housekeeper (rooms valued at $400 additional) 

Pierre Rattey, Doorkeeper 

Thos. Wheeler, Newsroom Keeper 

Chas. Young, Speaker's Messenger 

Frederick Gilbert, Wardrobe Keeper and Assistant Doorkeeper... 

John Dunne, Bank Messenger , 

Andre Gravelle, House Carpenter 

Odilon Archambault, Permanent Messenger 

Joseph Larose do .. 

Jos. H. Pelletier do , 

Thos. Davis do 

Total Salaries for 1884-85. 

Permanent Staff, June 30, 1885—25. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



3,400 00 


2,800 00 


2,200 00 


400 00 


1,600 00 


1,400 00 


1,400 00 


2,200 00 


1,900 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


850 00 


850 00 


1,350 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


750 00 


750 00 


700 00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 


600 00 



32,150 00 



32,150 00 



110 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Senate Salaries and Contingencies. 



Brought forward. 



Pages ;— 

Jean A. Choquette, Jan. 29 to July 27, 180 days, at $1.50... 

A. Duhamel, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $1.50 

Gerald Fitzgerald do do 

R. Graburn do do 

Fred Merrett do do 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Sessional Messengers: — 

W. L. Lambkin, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $2.50. 
Theodule Paqnette do do 

Louis Robitaille do do 

Jas. N. Thomson do do 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Charwomen ; — 

4 permanent charwomen, 365 days each, at 80c. 
6 sessional charwomen, 173 days each, at 80c. .. 
3 extra charwomen, 20 days in all, at $1... 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Stationery ;— 

Paper, 636 reams 

Envelopes, 318 thousand. 
Other stationery 



Newspapers— Yearly subscriptions and sessional extras 

Postage and carriage of Math : — 

Carrying mail to Post Office, Jaly 1 to opening of Session, 

at $10 a month 

Carrying mail tj Post Office, Jan. 30 to July 22, 1885, 175 
days, at $3 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Ottawa Post Office, July, 1834, to June, 1885, inclusive, 
Pritchard & Mingard, 1 dating stamp.... 



Tradesmen's Accounts : — 

P. C. Auclair, 4 suits for pages, at $16. 

S. Ashfield & Co., glassware 

do 5 brackets... 



Beauchemtn & Valois ; dictionary 

Jas Baylis & Son, 18 yds. Brussels carpet 

S. & H. Borbridge, repairing boxes 

do 84 large trunks, at $4.50, less 2£ per cent 

do 84 small trunks, at $2, less 2£ icer cent. 



A. Christie & Co., brushes, combs and soap 

J. Christin & Co., 50 lbs. of ice for 268 days 

Geo. Cox, printing 700 cards 

Dupuis & Nolin, napkins, tablecloths and towelling. 
Jos R. Esmonde, hardware. 



Express charges 

J. C. Forbes, portrait of Speaker Miller, for Senate corridor 

Peter Girard, repairing 15 chairs 

D. Goyer, repairing clock and barometer 

Harris, Campbell & Co., mirrors and framing 

Geo. Hay, hardware 

R. Jordan, 1 telephone resonanter 

Kavanagh Bros., soap, brushes, pails and brooms 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



270 00 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 



432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 



1,168 00 

830 40 

20 00 



1,308 00 
160 50 



1,730 00 
730 00 



2,018 40 
96 00 



1,416 38 
1,176 08 
3,475 48 



68 40 
525 00 



593 40 
63 00 



27 30 
25 00 



2 55 
368 55 
163 80 



530 40 
434 31 

14 50 



64 00 



52 30 

5 50 

23 94 



534 90 
23 15 
16 75 

12 25 
141 12 
275 92 

1 40 

400 00 

15 75 

13 00 
12 75 

75 

3 00 

39 20 

1,635 68 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



Ill 



Senate Salaries and Contingencies. 



Brought forward 



Kearns & Ryan, carpet and matting., 
do dry goods 



$ cts. 



H. F. MacCarthy, combs, brushes and sponges 

Thos. Mussen, 245 yds. Brussels carpet, at $1.35, less 5 per 

cent 

W. M. Mortimer, binding, ruling and map-mounting , 

Ottawa "Citizen," printing for opening of Parliament— 

2,450 tickets, 4 kinds 

100 circulars > 



M. M. Pyke, washing tablelcoths and napkins 

A. D. Richard, flannel and cloth for cleaning 

J. L. Richard, 1 black cloth suit for Page 

H. G. Roche, plumbing..... , 

C. S. Shaw & Co., glassware 

Shoolbred & Co., 1 wool mat and silk cord 

F. R. Whiteside, 12 lbs. thymo-creosol„ 

J. Wilson & Co., framing portrait of Speaker Miller. 
do sundry framing 



A. S. Woodburn, binding and paper. 



Senate Debates and Shorthand Writers : — 

Holland Bros., amount of estimate for three months' session, 

paid at $250 a week for 24 weeks 

Holland Bros., payment recommended by Committee on 

Debates, July 8, 1885 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Holland Bros., taking evidence in 6 divorce cases — 

12 days' attendance, at $5 H 

652 folios of evidence, 5 transcripts of each, 50 cent3 a 

folio .... 

266 folios of evidence, 1 copy only, at 30 cents 

Duplicate of 50 folios, and copying documents 



Unforeseen Charges: — 

G. tf . W. Telegraph Co., 12 months' telegraphing, to March 



31, 1885 



Advertising "Private Bills Notice" in Provincial 
11 Gazettes' '— 

Session of 1885, British Columbia " Gazette " 

do Quebec do 

do Ontario do 

do Charlottetown do 

do Fredericton do 

do Manitoba do 

Sessions 1878, 1879, 1880, 1881, 1883, Manitoba 
"Gazette " 



Books, various 

Cheque books for 1885, B. A. Bank Note Co. 
3 Quebec Debates, 1884, A. Desjardins , 



Directories, 8 kinds , 

Maps, F. J. Boswell., 

do A. S Woodburn , 

do R. dills & Co 

do H. M. Jarvis ., , 

Labor : — 

Thos. Gravelle, laborer, 365 days, to June 30, 1885 

Mrs. M. Dunne, washing towels, tablecloths, sheets and 
pillowslips 

Carried forward 



128 15 
199 92 



46 50 
2 CO 



90 00 
27 50 



6,000 00 

1,000 00 

7,000 00 

1,000 00 

60 00 

326 00 

79 80 

6 00 



10 75 
53 13 
27 30 
20 75 

11 87 
73 99 



293 55 


48 60 
58 80 
24 00 



24 60 

22 50 

1 00 

1 00 



365 00 
301 60 



666 60 



$ cts. 



1,635 68 



328 07 
19 90 

314 21 

145 78 



48 50 

5 38 
3 60 

16 00 

17 25 

6 80 
10 64 

1 80 



117 50 
129 35 



6,000 00 



471 80 



127 68 



491 34 



130 80 
104 00 



49 10 



902 92 



$ cts. 



44,887 53 



2,800 56 



6,471 80 



54,159 89 



112 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Senate Salaries and Contingencies. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


Brought forward 

Labor — Continued. 

Mrs. Bridget McKee, sewing and repairing carpets, 35 days, 
at $1 


666 60 

35 00 
18 50 
15 00 
12 00 
2 40 


902 92 

749 50 
306 50 


54,159 89 






Jas. P. Curry, delivering Senators' stationery trunks 








Sundry accounts for unforeseen charges— 

Jos. Marmette, translating 114 pages of evidence in 4 


114 00 
192 50 
















1,958 92 






Total, Salaries and Contingencies 


56,118 81 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 



113 



House of Commons. 



Salaries :— 

J. G. Bourinot, Clerk of the House « 

Henry Hartney, Accountant 

F F. Rouleau, Clerk Assistant 

D. W. Macdonell, Sergeant-at-Arms 

H. R. Smith, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms 

G. W. Wicksteed, Law Clerk 

Wm. Wilson, Assistant Law Clerk and Principal English 

Translator 

T. G. Coursolles, Asst Law Clerk and Principal French 

Translator 

J. R. E. Chapleau, Translator of Votes and Proceedings 

and Journals 

J. A. Genand, A assistant French Translator 

F.B. Hayes, Assistant English Translator 

A.Frechette, Assistant French Translator..... 

R. J. Wicksteed, Assistant English Translator „ 

L. Laframboise, Assistant French Translator 

D. L. DesaulHiers do do 

F. X. Demers do do 

E. Query, Assistant French Translator and Proof-reader.. 
Robt. Brewer, Book-keeper and Asst. Accountant 

F. McGillivray, Clerk of Routine and Record 

H. B. Stuart, English Engrossing Clerk 

R. Romaine, Proof-reader and Clerk of Stationery 

I. B. Taylor, Indexing Clerk 

€. Panet, Clerk of Miscellaneous Private Bills and Stand 

ing Orders Committee, 6 months, at $1,300 

do do at 1,400 



$ cts. 



Walter Todd, Asst. Clerk of Miscellaneous Private Bills and 

Standing Orders Committee, 6 months, at $1,000 

do do at 1,200 



R. McG. Moffatt, Clerk of Railway and Banking Commit- 
tees, 6 months, at $1,300 , 

do do at 1,400 



E. 



P. Hartney, Clerk of Public Accounts Committee, 

6 months, at $1,300 

do do at 1,400 



Elie Tasse, Principal Clerk of Committees .. 

L. D. Duvernay, Asst. do *. 

H. Poetter, Clerk of Votes and Proceedings 

W. C. Bowles, Assistant Clerk of Votes and Proceedings, 

and Secretary to Clerk, 6 months, at $1,500 

do do at 1,600 



W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk 

A. G. D. Taylor, Asst. English Journal Clerk and Clerk of 

Petitions. 

J. Dalton, Clerk of Sessional Papers 

Pierre Rivet, French Journal Clerk 

N. Balzaretti, Asst. do 

T. Ouimet, Junior Clerk, 6 months, at $800 

do do at 900 .' 



N. Robidoux, Junior Clerk 

P. Poirier, Postmaster, to Feb. 28, 1885, at$l,300 

J. Stansfield, Asst. Postmaster, 8 mos.,to Feb. 28, 1885, at $900 
do Postmaster, 4mos., to June 30, at $1,100.... 



A. E., Pelletier, Post Office Messenger, 6 months, at $500.. 
do do 2 do at 600.. 

do do 4 do at 800., 



3—8** 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



650 00 
700 00 


500 00 
600 00 

650 ©0 
700 00 


650 00 
700 00 



750 00 
800 00 



400 00 
450 09 



600 00 
366 67 



250 00 
100 00 
266 62 



$ cts. 

-. 



3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,400 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 0O 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

l,60d 00 

1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 



1,350 00 



1,100 00 



1,350 00 



1,350 0O 
1,450 00 
1,000 00 
1,700 00 



1,550 00 
1,900 OO 

1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,000 00 



850 00 
600 00 
866 64 



966 6T 



616 62 



60,249 93 



114 



AUDITOR GENERAL^ REPORT, 1834 5. 



Honso of Commons, 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ ct& 


Brought forward 






60,249 93 
250 00 


Salaries — Continued. 

A. Sloane, Assistant Clerk of Stationery and Proof-reader, 
5 months, at $600 






0. E. Clarke, Asst. Clerk of Stationery and Proof-reader, 
7 months, at $600 






350 00 


Total Commons Salaries for 1884-85 < 


60,849 93 


(Permanent Staff, June 30, 1885=40.) 
Estimated value of rooms occupied by — 

D. W. Macdonell, Sergeant-at-Arms 




648 00 
200 00 




H. R. Smith, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms and Speaker's 
Secretary ,.. 












Committees, Extra Sessional Clerks, &c. 

Speaker's Secretary : — 

H. R. Smith, Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms, additional as Spea- 
ker's Secretary , 




300 0$ 


5 Permanent Sessional Clerks : — 

Felix Bedard, Session of 1885 


360 00 
750 00 
750 00 


2,860 00 
700 00 




J. A. Polkinghorne 




P. A. Stewart ■.! .. 




F. Talbot 




A. V. Wade 








Less — Paid in July, 1885. , 








519 00 
519 00 
519 00 
60 00 
5i9 00 
519 00 
692 00 
519 00 
692 00 

519 00 
519 00 
519 00 
84 00 
580 00 
692 00 
692 00 
519 00 
519 00 
519 00 
692 00 

342 00 
236 00 
519 00 
519 00 
258 CO 
100 00 
519 00 
519 00 
519 00 
619 00 
519 00 


2,160 0© 


Extra Sessional Clerks :— 

D. Bechard, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $3 .... 


16,072 00 
2,815 00 


Bruce F. Campbell do do 




J. E. Chagnon do do 




Denis Daigle, July 1 to 20, 20 days, at $3 

A. Mctfab Da]y, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $3 

Bruno Duval do do 




L. E. Fontaine, P.O. do do $4 




P. Furoy do do $3 

P. tfagnon, P.O. do do $4 




M. T. Haldane, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $3 

J. B. flemmeon do do 




T S Howe do do 

Thos Kelly, Jan. 29 to Feb 25, 28 days, at $3 




do P O , Feb. 26 to July 20, 145 days, at $4 




H. P. Macdonell, P.O., Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $4... 

E. J. McGurn,P.O. do do 

A. B. McLean do do $3... 

J. H. Macleod do do 

J. S. Molony do do 

J. Sim Morrison, P.O. do do $4... 

T. O'Farrell, Jan. 29 to May 22, 114 days, at $3.. 




do P.O., May 23 to July 20, 59 days, at $4 




F. L. Owen, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $3 

F. Rogers do do 




Wm, Smyth, April 1 to June 25, 86 days, at $3 




J. B. Tache, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 daya, at $3 








Daniel J. Walsh do do 








J. Benson Williams do do 








Lbss— Paid in July, 1885 






(Number on June 30, 1885, 28.) 




13,257 00 


t Carried forward 


15,717 00 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



115 



House of Commons. 



Brought forward 

Committers, Extra Sessional Clerks, Ac. — Continued. 

Expense* of Committees : — 

Hugh N. Mathewson, reporting for Immigration Commit- 
tee, 5 days 

do extending evidence, 666 folios, at 30c 



A. F. Wallis, reporting for 3 Sub-committees, 4 days. 
do extending evidence, 138 folios, at 30c... 



John T. White, Extra Sessional Clerk to Committee on Agri- 
cultural Interests, in 1882, 11 days, at $3 

7 witnesses for Immigration Committee, 9 days in all, at $4 

J. H. Macleod, Extra Sessional Clerk at $8, additional pay 
for acting as Special Clerk to Immigration Committee. 

T. S. Howe, Extra Sessional Clerk at qt>3, additional pay 
for acting as Special Clerk to Consolidated Statutes 
Committee , 






Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Sessional French Translators : — 

Severe Uelinas, Jan. 29 to Feb 5, 8 days, at $4 

Rev. M McD. Dawson, Jan. 29 to July 20, 173 days, at $4. 
A. McMahon do do 
Flavien Moflfet do do 
Emery Perrin do do 
Arthur Prieur, Feb. 6 to July 20, 165 days, at $4 



Estra Translation during recess — 
Pierre Cbapleau, 354 pages .... 

A. Gelina.;, 237 pages ... 

Rev. C. F. Marsan, Steckel's " 

tracta" , 

Emery Pe<rin, 770 pages 

H. de Puyjaloa, 12 pages 

J. B. Vanasse, 28 pages , 



Essay on the Vena Con 



Less — Salaries paid in July, 1885. 



Total expenses of Committees, Extra Sessional 
Clerks, &c 



$ cts. 



25 00 
199 80 



20 00 
41 40 



32 00 
692 00 
692 00 
692 00 
692 00 
660 00 



354 00 
237 00 

100 00 

770 00 

12 00 

28 00 



$ cts. 



224 80 



61 40 

33 00 

36 00 

100 00 



50 00 



505 20 
150 00 



3,460 00 



Contingencies. 

Stationery (See page 115) 

Postage and telegrams do 116 

Newspapers do 116 

Miscellaneous , do 116 

Unforeseen expenses do 117 



Stationery. 



784 thousand envelopes. 

l,865f reams writing paper. 

250 small trunks , 

Other stationery 



1,501 00 



4.961 00 
600 00 



11,904 36 
1,615 62 
1,498 16 
3,079 88 
1,440 00 


2,699 96 

2,578 28 

500 00 

6,126 12 



$ cts. 



15,717 00 



355 20 



4,361 00 



20,433 20 



19,538 02 



11,904 36 



3-8J** 



116 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



House of Commons. 



Postage and Telegrams. 

Carrying mails to Post Office : July 1 to Jan., 1885, 7 months, at $10. 
do do Jan. 29 to July 22, 175 days, at $4 



Ottawa Post Office, July 1 to Jan. 31 

do Feb. 1 to July 31, 1885. 



Great North-Western Telegraph Co., April 1 to Dec. 31, 1884. 
do do Jan. 1 to June 30, 1885... 



Canada Mutual Telegraph Co ... 

Post Office Department, Speaker's postage at Kingston in January, 1885., 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Newspapers and Advertising. 

Newspapers— -Annual subscriptions - 
Miscellaneous. 



D. Appleton & Co., "Annual" for 1883 

Beauchemin & Valois, 2 copies Garneau's " History of Canada " 

Bell Telephone Co., telephone at Distribution Office and Government Print- 
ing Office, 6 months, to Jan. 23, 1885 

do telephone at H. R. Smith's Office, 6 mos., to Mar. 22, 1885. 

F. J. Boswell, 235 maps of seat of insurrection 

W. C. Bowles, allowance on account of General Index to Journals for 1883-84. 

A. Buies, 2 copies of *' Les Chroniques Canadiennes " 

Burland Lithograph Co , " Patent Record " for one year 

Wm. Cairns, 200 hours in Stationery Department, unpacking cases and pack- 
ing members' stationery trunks - 

F R. E. Campeau, 5 " Illustrated Guides " at $3.00, and 5 at $3.50 

Canada Atlantic Railway, freight on paper « 

Canada Paper Co., 340 reams Manilla paper 

do 1,200 packages tissue Manilla 



Robt. Cassels, Supreme Court Reports, 3 copies of 5 volumes 

E. Chateau vert, 2 directories 

A. B. Cherrier, 2 directories of Quebec 

Continental Publishing Co., 1 World's Atlas 

J. G. Davis, 4 maps 

Dawson Bros., 15 copies " Parliamentary Procedure and Practice ". 

do 1 copy May's " Parliamentary Procedure " 

do books and binding 



Dominion Express Co. charges . 

J. F. Dunlevie, 20 copies of " Volunteers in North-West' 

J. Durie & Son, 425 maps, Seat of Rebellion 

do books, $85.40 ; almanacs, $70.60 , 

do directories, $22 50 ; periodicals, $37.40 . 
do dictionaries, $51.65 ; statutes, $9.00 



"W. W. Evans, 2 Guelph directories , 

J. A. Gemmell, 12 a Parliamentary Companions," 1885 , 

G. F. Goddard, Vols. 17 and 18 "Encyclopaedia Britannica 

Grey Sisters of Ottawa, one rosette 

Jas. Hope & Co., 247 almanacs 

do mounting sheet calendars... 

do stationery , 



W. H Irwin & Co., 4 directories 

H. M. Jarvis, 10 maps 

R. Jordan, 3 resonanters for telephones. 

Carried forward. 



$ Ct8. 



70 00 
700 00 

360 79 
1,099 20 



38 78 
106 06 



50 00 
20 00 



681 28 
162 00 



84 00 

16 00 

7 65 



42 50 
156 00 

59 90 

60 65 



42 90 

16 45 

17 50 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE* 



111 



House of Commons. 



Brought forward 



Miscellaneous — Continued. 

T. V. Kraft & Co., 2 copies " History of (J.S. Government Printing Office " 

R. Lamb, vols. 7 and 8 of Suite's History 

Lovell & Sod, 9 directories * 

MacLean, Roger & Co., 10 Postal Guides 

do printing 12 copies of special report 



Montreal " Gazette," 2 maps of Canadian Railways. 
do 1 vol. " Legal News," 1884 .. 






W. McG. Mortimer :— 

Binding 128 books , 

do 235 "Votes and Proceedings 

Printing 2,850 cheques, 3 kinds 

Binding 700 lists of members 

Mounting 21 maps ,, 

Lithographing 70 diagrams of Speaker's Table 

Lithographing and printing 400 cards, Speaker's Gallery 

Making 16 fyle-books ..., 

Ruling and binding 24 reams Double Royal 

300 sheets H M. Imperial «. 

Ruling, printing and binding 

R. L. Polk & Co., 3 directories 

Pritchard & Mingard, repairing stamps « 

Queen's Printer, 6 statutes, 1884 



W. H Smith, 1,460 diagrams and lists of members, House of Commons 

Geo. Virtue, "Life of Queen Victoria," 2 vols 

A. S. Woodburn, 10 maps of Ottawa, at $7,50 

do 11 Ottawa directories 



Newspapers for Speaker and Secretary to Speaker, during Session. 



Unforeseen Expenses : — 

Mrs. Margaret Martel, 1 year's gratuity 

Mrs. Margaret Sloane, 2 mos. salary of late Alex. Sloane 

Mrs. Esther Fitzsimmon?, 2 mcs. salary of late J. Fitzsimmons. 



Part of wages of Sessional Messengers (See page 122) , .... 

Robt. Craig, 28 days' services as watchman 

H. P. Macdonell, Extra Sessional Clerk at $4, additional for acting as 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

Additional allowances to Messengers in Commons Chamber, for dress 
clothes — 

J E. Asselin , 

Wm. Cairns 

N. Jallet 

M. Laflamme... 

J. B. G. Sampson 

Narcisse Turgeon , 



Additional allowances to Messengers in Paste Room — 

B. Champagne , 

Claire Hu gg , 

Jos. Turgeon 



W. S. Dingman, for services in connection with Committee on Agricul 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



$ cts. 



5 00 
23 00 



17 00 
5 00 



181 90 
94 00 
47 50 

105 00 
40 56 
19 00 

25 00 
76 25 
56 00 

26 25 
178 61 



75 00 
22 00 



90 00 
100 00 
100 00 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



$ cts. 



1,824 5t 



3 79 

8 00 

28 0© 



28 00 
22 m 



850 07" 

11 00 
4 0O 

12 60 
130 00 

12 00 



97 00 
48 85 

3,079 88 



290 00 

1,008 00 

42 00 

160 00 



300 00 

150 00 

100 00 

2,040 00 
600 00 

1,440 00 



118 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



11 



House of Commons, 



Publishing Debates :— 

Reporters (6 months, to June 30, at $2,000)— 

G. B. Bradley, Toronto 

J. A. Abbott, Roxton Pond 

B. J, Duggan, Quebec 

Geo. Eyvel, Toronto 

A. Horton do 

F. R. Marceau, Montreal. 

J. 0. Marceau do 

T. J. Richardson, Ottawa 



,.(See page 96) 



Amanuenses (at $12 a week) — 

J. G. Bauset, 25 weeks, to July 22.... 
H. N. Chesley do 

Alph. Chevrier, 21 weeks, to July 22 

Geo. R. Jones, 25 weeks, to July 22 „ 

A. W. Laird, 9 weeks, to July 22 

J. W. Mathewson, 16 weeks, to May 23 

H. N. Mathewson ,. 

J. Mullin, 25 weeks, to July 22 (See page 96) 

J. U. Prieur, 4 weeks, to Feb. 25... 

Alph E. Provost, 25 weeks, to July 22 .. 

Jas. Stoddart do 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Debates Translators (1885 Session)— 

N. H. Beaulieu, Chief Translator 

Jos. Bouchard, for self and substitute, 

AimeGelinas 

Severe Gelinas , 

L. Lassalle 

A. E. Poirier 

E. Tremblay 

Remi Tremblay , 

J. B. Vanasse 



Less— Paid in 1885-86. 



Debates Translators, Session of 1884 — 

A. Gelinas, to complete allowance of $1,000. 



N. H. Beaulieu 
E. Tremblay 
R. Tremblay 
J. B. Vanasse 
Jos. Bouchard 
L. Lassalle 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



800. 
800. 
800. 
800. 
600. 
600 



Proof-readers, and Assistant to Chief Reporter — 

J. C. Boyce, on account of $1,200 for Session of 1885. 

E. Query, on account of $600 for Session of 1885 

do to complete $400 for Session of 1884 



American Writing Machine Co., 1 small Roman caligraph. 
;H do do supplies for type-writer. .. 

A. H. Cobb, supplies for type-writer . 

A.J.Henderson do 

G. B. Walbridge, ribbons 



Mercantile Fire Insurance Co., insurance on " Debates " of 
1884, $5,000 for 2 months 

Citizens' Insurance Co., insurance on " Debates " of 1885, 
$7,500 for 5 months 



Jas. Back, making 211 boxes, at 50c, for "Hansard 
1884 



of 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



300 00 
300 00 
252 00 
300 00 
108 00 
192 00 
130 00 
300 00 
48 00 
300 00 
300 00 



1,700 00 
1,500 00 
50 00 
1,450 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 



$ cts. 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



2,530 00 
610 00 



12,200 00 
5,880 00 



250 00 
150 00 
100 00 
150 00 
150 00 
450 00 
250 00 



500 00 

300 00 

75 00 



85 00 

1 62 

1 90 

16 50 

22 60 



16 25 
58 50 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



119 



Honse of Commons. 



Brought forward. 



Publishing Debates : — 

Canadian Express Co., transport of " Hansard " of 1884. 

Wm. Barber & Bros , Georgetown — 

312 reams of paper, Royal No. 1, 26 lbs., at $2.52£. .. 



A. S. Woodburn, binding " Hansard " of 1884, at 90c. 
a volume — 

English edition, Vol. I., 1,050 copies 

do do If., 1,050 do .... 

French do I., 350 do 

do do II., 350 do 



Less— Paid in June, 1884. 



MacLean, Roger & Co., printing " Hansard " of 1884— 
1,350 daily "Hansard," French and English mixed- 



Composition, 7, 195^ thousand, at 60c, 
Press-work, 1,524 tokens, at 30c 
Folding, 342,900, at T Vc 



Less— 50 copies, to Jan. 29. 



1,050 English, book-form, Vols. 1 and 2— 

Composition, 695 thousand, at 60c 

Press- work, 1,205 tokens, at 30c , ... 

Alterations, 3,974 hours, at 25c 



Cancelled sheets— ,., 

Composition, 34£ thousand, at 60c. 
Press-work, 15 tokens, at 30c 



600 French, book-form, Vols. 1 and 2— 
Composition, 7,832f thousand, at 60c. 

Press-work, 738 tokens, at 30c , 

Folding, 61,500, at ^c 

Alterations, 960 hours, at 25c 



Less— Paid in 1883-84 



MacLean, Roger & Co., printing H Hansard " of 1885, under 
contract on page 432, Commons Journal of 1882— 
1,350 daily " Hansard," French and English mixed- 
Composition, 14,960 thousand, at 60c 

Press-work, 3,108 tokens, at 30c. 

Folding, 699,300 sheets, at &c * 

Cancelled sheets 



1,100 English, book-form, Vols. 1 to 4 

Composition, 943$ thousand, at 60c 

Press-work, 2,560 tokens, at 30c -. 

Alterations and over-running, 8,352 hours, at 25c. 
Cancelled sheets 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



945 00 
945 00 
315 00 
315 00 



4,317 15 
457 20 
342 90 

5,117 25 
4 90 



417 00 
361 50 
993 50 



20 70 
4 50 



4,699 65 

221 40 

61 50 

240 00 



8,976 00 

932 40 

699 30 

3 90 



666 10 

768 00 

2,088 00 

38 11 



$ cts 



2,520 
540 00 



1,772 00 



25 20 



5,222 55 

12,132 10 
€,105 01 



10,611 60 



3,460 21 



14,071 81 



$ cts. 

18,922 87 
478 89 
787 80 



1,980 00 



6,027 09 



28,196 65 



120 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



House of Commons. 



Brought forward. 



Publishing Debates :— 

MacLean, Roger & Co., printing " Hansard 



of 1885 und^r 



contract on page 432, Commons Journal of 86A— 
eoO'French, book-form, Vols. 1 to 4— 



Composition, 15,266 thousand, at 60c. 

Press-work, 1,353 tokens, at 30c 

Folding, 112,750 sheets, at ^c. , 

Alterations, 2,255 hours, at 25c 

Cancelled sheets , 



Index to French Volumes- 
Composition, 352| thousand, at 60c. 

Press-work, 110 tokens, at 30c 

Folding, 2,750 sheets, at &c 



Less— Paid in 1885-86. 



(Noti.— Paper for " Hansard " of 1885, 3,120 reams, includ- 
ing 2$ per cent, waste, at$2.5:j=$7,873.29.) 



Tota 1 , publishing Debates, 



$ cts 



,159 GO 
405 90 
112 75 
563 75 
18 00 



211 65 

33 00 

2 75 



$ cts 



14,071 81 



10,260 00 



247 40 

24,579 21 
18,562 03 



$ cts.. 



28,196 65 



6,017 18 



34,213 83 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



121 



House of Commons. 



Sergeant-at- Arms' Estimate : — 

Salaries — 

L. Dub6, Chief Messenger (rooms valued at $400) 

Narcisse Turgeon, Assistant Messenger 

Edward Storr 

Jos. Brown 

0. Roberge...... 

M. Laflammo 

J. K. Asselin 

G. Lizotte, 6 mos., at *500 

do do $600 



Geo. A. TCoudreault, 6 mos., at $400 
do do $500. 



F. X. Lemitux ~ 

Wm Cairns . 

Richardson Harris, doorkeeper 

Geo. Smith, night watchman 

J. Fitzsimmons do 8 mos., to Feb. 28 

L. Gagnon do Mar. 17 to May 29, 76 days, 

at $2 

Jos. Sinclair, house carpenter 



Sessional Messengers, 173 days, at $2.50— 

R. B. Bell - 

Antoine Boutet (See page 99) 

John Boyce 

C. Brazeau 

Bazile Champagne 

Mederic Chemer 

Robt. Craig , 

Michael Dolan ,., 

B. B. Gardiner. - , 

E. Gratton 

Chas Guerard 

Thos. Hewlet 

Claire Hugg„ , 

Geo. W. Bolder , 

John Hurley 

Wm. Irvine 

Napoleon Jallet 

Octave Jobin „ 

John C. Jones 

Pierre Labelle 

L. Lafranchise '. 

Hugh Latimer 

A. Lortie 

P. Minahan 

John Marceau 

John Mason. 

S. Chesley Morris 

Philip O'Farrell 

Wm. O'Keefe 

E. M. Patchell , 

Jos. Patry «....., 

J. B. Geo Samson , 

A. Simard , 

S. Skinner .. ,.„ 

Chas. Stewart 

"Wm, Sutherland 

Jos. Turgeon 

Geo. H. Turner .. , 



Total— 38 Sessional Messengers, 173 days, at $2 50. 
M. Genest, sessional allowance as Messenger... 
S. C. Moore do do 



Carried forward.. 



$ cts. 



432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 
432 50 




$ cts. 



$ cts. 



250 00 
300 00 



200 00 
250 00 



1,200 00 
900 00 
800 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 



550 00 



450 00 
500 00 
500 00 
275 00 
600 00 
400 00 

152 00 

700 00 

9,827 00 



16,935 00 



16,935 00 



9,827 00 



122 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



House of Commons, 



Brought forward. 



SerjjeaiU-at -Arms' Estimate : — 

Less — Charged under "Unforeseen Expenses," 1884-85. 
Paid in July, " Unforeseen Expenses," 1885-86.. 
Paid in July, "Messengers," 1885-86 



13 Pages, 173 days, at $1.50 a day— 

H. F. Beaven 

0. A. Ohevrier 

A. Cote 

C. Dorion ..„.., . ... 

Wilfrid Dube 

James Agnew, 143 da} r s, to June 20. 

Wilbrol Fraser 

J. Graburn 

Z. RE. Lewis 

H. A. McMillan 

Wm. Ross 

P. C, Short 

L. H. Stuart 



$ cts. 



1,008 00 

377 > 

6,600 00 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Servants for wash rooms, at $2 a day — 

N. Audette, 173 days, at $2 

Ovide Fournier do 

A.Henderson do 

M. Roberge do 

Jas. Tough, 131 days, from March 12 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



11 permanent charwomen, 365 days each, at 50c. 

12 sessional charwomen, 173 do at 50c. 

3 do 170 do at 50c. 

4 do broken periods, at 50c. 



Less— Paid in July, 1885. 



Contingencies — Housekeeper's Department — 

Extra charwomen 

Washing, Good t-hepherd Convent 

do A. Valiquette 

Hemming and washing napkins, A. Lemieux. 



Cleaning windows, Mederic Cherrier. 

House cleaniug, A. Lizotte , 

Attending grates, P. Labelle 



Cartage, J. Hurley. 

do others .... 

Cab-hire 



Canadian Express Co , 

Dominion do 

Canadian Pacific Railway Co 
Canada Atlantic do 



Great North- Western Telegraph Co. 
Canada Mutual do 
Postage 



259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
214 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 
259 50 



346 00 
346 00 
346 00 
346 00 
262 50 



$ cts. 



16,935 00 



7,985 00 



$ cts. 



3,328 50 
540 00 



1,038 00 

255 00 

71 00 



237 75 

140 02 

8 55 

18 00 

16 50 

5 00 

48 95 

5 20 

10 25 



Thymo-cresol, F. R. Whiteside 

Gum Arabic and camphor, C. O. Dacier. 

Brushes, N. Audette 

Brass polish, M. Allen 



Carried forward. 



18 93 
14 15 
16 71 

3 50 

8 37 
25 

4 33 



3 60 
6 40 
2 00 
2 07 



1,646 50 
637 00 



1,364 00 
375 00 



135 05 



386 32 



39 50 



64 40 



53 29 



12 95 



14 07 



9,827 00 



8,950 00 



2,788 50 



1,009 50 
2,007 50 



989 00 






705 58 



25,571 5a 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



123 



Mouse of Commons. 



Brought forward 



Sergeant-at-Arms' Estimate : — 

Stationery, Hope & Co 

1 trunk, Geo. May 

6 waste paper baskets, R. Orr.. 
Fringe, Russell, Gardner & Co. 

24 towels, P. Hudon 

Hardware, J. R, Esmonde , 

1 screen, W. A. D. Smith 

Repairing chairs 



Two trips to Montreal, D. W. Macdonell. 



Gas man (paid in 1885-86)— 

John Smith, 174 days, at $1.25. 
Tradesmen and others — 

gjfc. Andrews Bros., 13 dusters 

do hardware , 



S. Ashfield k Co., 10 dozen glssses 

do 1 do candle holders and shades. 
do mugs and jars for paste room 



Bate «fc Co., 36 boxes soap .... 
do 15 boxes candles. 

do 2 dozen brooms . 

do 1 case matches .. 



J. E. Belford, Universal Polish, 60 cans, at 40c 

Bell Telephone Co , telephone in Chief Messenger's 
room, 6 months 

Blais & Theriault, 30 towels and 6 rollers , 

Blyth & Kerr, matting, 50 yds , at Si ., 

do gasolierfor Clerk's office , 

do brass fender for Speaker's room , 

do hardware , 



*S. & H. Borbridge, 150 labels for mail bags 

K. Campbell & Co., 166 lbs. gum Arabic 

do 24 dozen soap.. 

do 9 brushes, 12 combs, 3 sponges.... 

Wm. Chalmers, 1 silver-plated urn for Speaker's room. 
B. Champagne, packing pamphlets, 9 days, at $1 50.... 
J. Christin & Co., ice to Nov. 1, 1884, 36,800 lbs., at 

25c 

J. Ghristiri v & Co , ice, Jan. 28 to April 30, 37,200 ... 

lbs, at 12$c 



Geo. Cox, engraving badges, spoons and seal 

Robt. Craig, watchman, 14 days, to Dec. 31, 1884 , 

S. Curry, carting members' and reporters' stationery 

trunks, Session of 1885 

■Dupuis & Nolin, dry goods , 

Jacob Erratt, 2 large cases for stationery I 

Jos. R. Esmonde, 3 coolers 



J. Eveleigh & Co., Montr al, leather for chairs in 
Chamber 

J. Eveleigh & Co., 212 large trunks for Members 
stationery, at $3 



E. Hagar & Co., china and glassware, 38£ dozen pieces 
Hamel et Freres, Quebec 



do 
Chamber, at $1.43| 



Carried forward 



12 rugs 

151f yds. Brussels carpet for 



cts. 



3 75 

4 50 
2 94 

4 80 

5 00 

6 00 
5 30 



22 60 
56 97 

26 50 

5 00 
2 25 

95 70 
76 30 

6 75 
4 50 



50 00 

36 30 

17 50 

278 04 





59 72 


21 10 


18 37 





92 00 
46 50 



39 62 

636 00 



26 85 
218 15 



$ cts. 

705 58 
18 13 



32 29 

17 00 



217 50 



79 57 



33 75 



183 25 

24 00 

20 00 
11 45 



381 84 
20 25 



99 19 
16 20 
13 50 



138 50 
23 00 
21 00 

45 00 
91 91 
80 00 
25 50 



675 62 
117 23 



245 00 



2,345 76 



$ cts. 



25,571 50 



773 00 



26,344 60 



12* 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



11 



House of Commons, 


$ cts. 


$> cts 


$ cts. 


Brought forward -, , 


2,345 76 

89 25 

44 00 

235 53 

150 25 

169 44 

10 73 

7 50 

43 00 

381 63 

3 65 
13 00 

6 90 
73 98 

148 40 


26,344 5© 


Sergeant- at -Arms" Estimate : — 

Harris & Campbell, 6 writing tables 


53 00 

22 00 

6 00 

8 25 


do 1 revolving book case . 




do 4 pairs of curtain chains 

do repairs 




M. Hicks & Co., Montreal, 1 plush sofa - 


40 00 
4 00 




do 1 table cover, and packing. 




Henry S. King & Co., London, freight, packing and 
insurance 

Henry S. King & Co., china and glassware for Speak- 
er's rooms 

Henry S. King & Co., china and glassware for Mem- 
bers' dining room 


14 06 
73 32 










29 75 

30 00 
90 50 




do winding and regulating clocks, Session of 

1884 

do knives, forks and spoons, 10£ dozen 










66 99 
36 00 
29 50 
20 00 
14 25 
2 70 








do do 12 dozen napkins 








do do 6 yds. plush. 












Maclaren & Co., lumber » 






McMorran & Co., 2 pairs of pillow shams 






Morel & Gagnon, 2 large tables for "Hansard" reporters 

do 2 small drawer cases for a Hansard '' 

room 


30 00 
13 00 

242 76 

15 60 
70 29 

16 00 
18 75 
12 38 

5 85 




Henry Morgan & Co , Montreal, 115 yds. carpet 








do do 5 yds. fringe 




do do 5 walnut poles... 




do do silk, and binding 

do do 4 china ornaments 




Morris, Walton & Co., proof portraits of 16 English 






A. G. Mosgrove. 1 cosy and fringe, for Speaker's room 
Thos. Norris, Quebec, 6 doz. plates for refreshment room 
Pidgeway & Russ, paper 














C. S. Shaw & Co., Crockery , 


13 60 
85 30 
35 00 

14 50 




do 138 glasses for Speaker's rooms 

do 168 do refreshment room .... 
do 60 do Commons Chamber . 




Shoolbred & Co., 234 yds. Brussels carpet 

do 221 yds. matting 


323 25 
257 34 
63 87 
52 43 
21 15 
21 00 
21 85 
23 33 
17 50 
59 65 
25 00 
10 60 
34 50 
6 00 




do 59 yds. oilcloth 

do 58^ yds. tapestry 

do 199 lbs. of fibre. , 




do 83J yds. Silesia 




do 42j yds. enamelled cloth 








do materials for repairing furniture 
do 3 mattrasscs 




do 3 pillows 




do 3 rugs .... 

do 2 screens - 




Carried forward 


938 47 


3,723 02 


26,344 6CJ 






11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITUEB. 



125 



House of Commons. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 


938 47 

8 25 
39 90 
12 50 
20 90 
12 00 


3,723 02 

1,032 02 

180 90 

14 00 

25 00 

9 60 

9 50 


26,344 50 


Sergeant-at- Arms' Estimate : — 

Shoolbred & Co., 7 dusters 

do 26 chairs 




do 100 padlocks for fyles 

do 2 cushions 








S. Skinner, sewiDg carpets and cushions 


26 45 
36 45 
118 00 












W. A. D. Smith, 2 tables 


9 00 
5 00 




do 1 tea tray 

Wm. Wall, 9 doz. whisks . 




Henry Watters, brushes and camphor- 

J. Wilson & Co., mirrors and framing , 












4,994 04 








31,338 54 



126 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1884-5. 



Legislation. 



Clerk of the Crown in Chancery : — 

R. Pope, Clerk of the Crown, salary for year ending June 30, 1885. 
R. Pope, travelling expenses for election trials — 

To Arthabaskaville for 3 days, Megantic trial 

To Montreal for 1 day, Soulanges trial , 

R. Hope, cab hire in Ottawa.. , , 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co., 9 months telegrams 

A. Rosenthal, 1 clock 

Mortimer & Co., mounting map of Dominion 

Government Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer's advance account « 



Total, Clerk of the Crown 



Library Grant: — 

Books for Library — 

E. G. Allen, 'London.... 

L. Bossange, Paris 

Expenditure in Canada. 



Binding books for Library . ..... 

Library exchanges — 

Rowsell & Hutchison, 12 copies of Ontario reports. Vols i to 4, at $5 

do Chancery, No. 29, and C. P., No. 32, and postage 

G. A. Desjardins, Quebec "Debates," 1883; 10 copies for Government 

and 2u for Library exchanges, at $8... 

Wilson & Lamb, 5 copies of Suite's " History of the French Can 

adians,' ' Vols. 5 to 8, at $4 

John Lovell & Son, 25 copies of Rev. Joshua Praser's "Shanty, 



Forest and River Life," at $1.50. 



Supreme Court Library — 

Books supplied by R Carswell & Co., Toronto, under tender, 
Expenditure by Library of Parliament 



Library — Salaries and Contingencies : — 

A. D. DeCelles, Assistant Librarian , 

Aug. Laperriere, Senior Clerk, French division , 

A. H. Todd, Junior Clerk, English division , , 

Jas. Fletcher, Accountant 

L. P. Sylvain, Junior Clerk, French and English 

E. S.Thayne, Extra Clerk 

L. J. Oasault, Chief Messenger (rooms valued at $400) 

J. H. Dunlop, Messenger , 

J.W.Ryan do 

J.N. Rattey do 

Wm. Terrent, Junior Clerk, Supreme Court , 

John Smith, 120 days to June 30 , 

John Moore, April 

J. E. McGuire, Sessional Messenger, to June 30 

Thos. Lynton, Book-binder and Messenger, 6 months to June 30 



Charwomen 

Express charges, $319.21 ; telegrams, $10.51 

Newspaper subscriptions 

Ice, $41.05; washing towels, $14 

Travelling expenses, L P. Sylvain 

Goods, $51.33; map stand, $40 15 

Engraving and lithographing 1,000 circulars, Geo. Cox 

Indexing a Vols, of Journals, 1792-3, H. de Puyjalon 

Advertising, "Citizen," $6; "Canada" $6 

Directories, $5 ; repairs, $4.50 

Translating librarian's report, D. L. Desaulniers, House of Commons. 
Printing 200 circulars, Ottawa "Citizen" 

Contingent balance on hand, June 30, 1885 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Queen's Printer. 



Total, Library Salaries and Contingencies 



$ cts 



30 60 

13 00 

14 00 
6 50 

15 00 
5 00 

60 37 
9 03 



4,035 99 
3,061 27 
3,892 74 



240 00 
11 32 

240 00 

80 00 

37 50 



1,000 00 
500 00 



2,400 00 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,150 00 

1,000 00 

1,0 j0 00 

900 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

240 00 

37 50 

250 00 

300 00 



796 00 

329 11 

89 02 

55 05 

31 30 

91 48 

18 00 

12 00 

12 00 

9 50 

3 00 

1 50 



390 14 
52 01 



$ CtSo 



2,150 00 



153 50 
2,303 50 



10,990 00 
1,010 00 



608 82 



1,500 00 



13,177 50 



1,448 57 
8 54 



442 15 
15,076 76 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



121 



Printing the Statutes. 



MacLean, Roger & Co., printing Statutes of 1884, under con 
tract on page 11, Sessional Paper 13 of 1880 : — 
Printing 17,750 Vol. I, English— 

Compoaition, 301 pages, at 30c 

do 41 do 35c 

Presswork, 1,637 tokens, at 30c 

Printing 3,350 Vol. II, English- 
Composition, 300 pages, at 30c, 

do 16 do 35c ,. 

Presswork, 280 tokens, at 30c 

Printing 4,500 Vol. I, French- 
Composition, 307 pages, at 30c 

do 41 do 35c 

Presswork, 450 tokens, at 30c 

Printing 1,000 Vol. II, French- 
Composition, 314 pages, at 30c 

do 16 do 35c 

Presswork, 88 tokens, at 30c 

Printing separate Acts — 

Altering 254 forms, at 50c 

Presswork, 445 tokens, at 15c 

Cutting and folJing 

Reprinting Cap. 78, English 

Less— Paid in June, 1884 

do do 1885-86 



A. S. Woodburn, binding Statutes of 1884, under contract on 
page 12, Sessional Paper 13 of 1880 : — 

Vol. I, cloth sides, law-sheep backs, 18,545, at 12c. 
Vols. I and II, cloth sides, law-sheep backs, 3,569, at 

14£c 

Vols. 1 and II, half law-calf, gold titles, 37, at 49£c . 
Vols. I and II, full law-calf, gold titles, 243, at 69c -, 
Vols. I and II, extra binding, with gilt edges, 6, at $1.35 

Folding 

Packing, including room and two assistants, 



Less— Paid in 1883-84. 



$ cts. 



Wm. Barber k Bros., Georgetown, paper for Statutes, under 
contract on page 18, Sessional Paper 13 of 1880 : — 

Double royal, 52 lbs. (500 sheets to the ream), 886^ 

reams, at $5.95.. 

Less— Paid in 1883-84 

do do 1885-86 



Canadian Express Co., transport of Statutes ' 

Canada Atlantic Railway do 

Dominion Express Co. ' do , 

T. G. Coursollrs, House of Commons — 

Translating Orders in Council and Imperial Acts, 67 pages, 

at $1.25 

Proof-reading Orders in Council and Imperial A.cts, 86 

pages, at 62£c 

Index, 9 pages, at $2 



Carried forward. 



90 30 

14 35 

491 10 



90 00 

5 60 

84 00 



92 10 

14 35 

135 00 



94 20 

5 60 

26 40 



127 00 

66 75 

26 35 

2 85 



725 55 
15 25 



2,225 40 

517 50 

18 33 

167 67 

8 10 

5 92 

350 00 



2,435 43 
279 91 



'$ cts. 



595 75 



179 69 



241 45 



126 20 



222 95 



$ cts. 



1,365 95 
740 80 



3,292 92 
120 00 



5,277 10 
2,715 34 



625 15 



3,172 92 



420 75 

14 69 

15 05 



83 75 

53 75 

18 00 



2,561 76 



450 49 



155 50. 
6,965 82 



128 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Printing: the Statutes. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 


Brought forward 




6,965 82 






7 90 
I 38 


do stationery 










9 28 






Total, Statutes 


6,975 10 


Less— Refund from Private Bill fees, share of publish- 






136 14 












6,838 96 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



12£ 



Printing 1 , Printing- Paper and Book -binding. 



Salaries paid by Joint Printing Committee- 
Clerk, Henry Hartney 

Voucher Clerk, Robert Brewer 

Proof-reader, Robert Romaine .... 

Assist. Proof-reader, Alex. Sloane, 5 months 
do C. E. Clarke, 7 do 



Distributor, Edward Botterell 

Assist. Distributor, N. Boulet, 6 months 
do do 6 do 



2nd do 



H. A. Botterell 



Claire Hugg, packing blue books, 47} days, at $1.50 

Jeremie Rivet, part of $432.50, Sessional allowance for 

173 days 
W. H. Whillock do do 

do 18 days work in vault of Distribution Office.. 

J. Wiltshire, part of $382 50, being $2.50 for 153 days, to June 30 

Mrs. Margaret Sloane, gratuity of 2 months salary of late 
Alex. Sloane > 

S C. McLaughlin, reducing drawings and making 27 photo- 
relief blocks for Public Works Report, 1884 

S. C. McLaughlin, drawing and photo-lithographing 3 illus 
trations* and paper for same, for Militia Report, 1885, 
17,695 copies, at 1 Jc 

S. C. McLaughlin, extra drawing, as by agreement 

Canada Bank Note Company, lithographing map No. 4 
(British Columbia) and supplementary map of the world, 
with cable and telegraph lines, and printing 16,000 
copies in 9 printings, size 40 x 52 (for Public Works De- 
partment) 

Burland Lithographic Co., lithographing small map of Domin 
ion, and printing 5,000 copies (for Railway Department) .. 

A. Cuddie, carting printing paper 

M. Whalen do 

E, Labelle do 

L. Dube, balance on hand, June 30, 1885 



Less— Balance on hand, July 1, 1884 



Ottawa Post Office, postage 

Carting 80 loads of mail matter to Post Office. , 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co., premium on $2,000 for 1 year 

Norih British and Mercantile Assurance Co., premium on 

$3,000 for 1 year 

Royal Canadian Insurance Co., premium on $2,000 for 1 year... 
Geological Survey, for Report of 1880-81-82, supplied for 
Members of the Senate and Commons — 

English, 726 copies, at $1.78$ 

Less— One-third chargeable to Geological Survey 



French— 183 copies, at $3.32 , 

Less— One-third chargeable to Survey. 



Wm. Barber & Bros., Georgetown, paper supplied in 1884-85 
under contract, on page 307 of Commons Journals for 
1879 (Tender ll-B)— 

Royal, 13,192^ reams, at $2.52$ 

Foolscap, l,719| reams, at 97£c 



Less— Charged to Debates Account, 1884-5 (see page 119) 

do (io do 1885-6 

do do Printing Account, 1885-86 



3—9** 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



83 30 
116 70 



475 00 
500 00 



250 00 
27 00 



128 60 

6 00 

50 

10 92 



1,295 91 
431 97 

607 56 
202 51 



33,311 57 
1,676 81 



787 80 
6,752 97 
6,168 99 



$ cts. 



300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



200 00 
1,400 00 



975 00 
800 00 



71 25 
250 00 



277 00 
250 00 



150 00 | 



220 00 
16 00 



146 02 
6 02 


80 49 
20 00 


20 00 

37 50 
25 00 



863 94 
405 05 



34,988 38 



13,709 76 



$ ets. 



4,275 00 



848 25 
33 33 



386 00 

1,600 00 
60 0® 



140 00 
100 40 



82 5» 



1,268 99 



21,278 62 



30,073 18 



130 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Printing, Printing- Paper and Book-binding-. 



Brought forward. 



M. Mortimer, binding Sessional Papers of 1884, at 29c. each 

under contract on page 307 of Commons Journals for 1879— 

English, 845 each of Vols. 5, 7, 8, 9„10, 11, Sess. Papers 

do 870, Commons Journals , 

do 870, Appendix to Journals. - , 

do 845, Senate Journals 

do 850, Census, 1 vol , 



French, 242 of Vols. 1 to 11, Sessional Papers. 

do 242, Commons Journals ..-, 

do 242, Appendix to Journals 

do 242, Senate Journals 

do 250, Census, 1 vol 



W. M. Mortimer, lithographing— 

Lithographing 3 colors for Excise map 

Printing 4,400 copies=13,200 impressions 

Paper, 9$ reams D.D. No. 1 (40 lbs.), at $5.50. 



Lithographing red stone for Weights and Measures. 

Printing 4,300 copies=12,900 impressions 

Paper, 9£ reams D.D. No. 1 (40 lbs.), at $5.50 



Lithographing and printing 5,000 charts, "Track of the 

Neptune," in 3 colors , „, 

Paper, 6 reams Royal No. 1 (60 lbs.) at $6.75 



MacLean, Roger & Co., printing for Session of 1884, under con- 
tract on page 307 of Commons Journals for 1879 — 

Composition, 137,403,500, at 25c 

Presswork, 36,897 tokens, at 18c ■ 

Changing for Sessional and Appendix headings 

Folding and stitching 

Covering 

Alterations M *. , 

Old matter , 

Making index to Trade and Navigation Report 

Third Readings, 1,103 pages, at 2c 

Mounting, cutting, bronzing and ruling 

Alterations on press 



Less— Paid in 1883-84 

Memo, of paper used, including 5 per cent, for waste — 

Royal, 9,844 reams, at $2.52* 

Foolscap, 1,141 reams, at 97|c 



MacLean, Roger & Co., printing done up to June 30, 1885, fbi. 
Session ci 1885, under contract od page 307 of Commons 
Journals of 1879 — 

Composition, 110,749,250, at 25c 

Presswork, 23,667 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching 

Changing for Sessional and Appendix headings 

Covering 

Alterations 

Making index for Trade and Navigation Report 



Less— Paid in 1885-86— 

20 per cent, of half-year's work withheld (see 

correspondence on page 97) 

Balance paid on final audit of half-year 



Memo, of paper used, including 5 per cent, for waste- 

Royal, 6,204 reams, at $2.52£ 

Foolscap, 1,474 reams, at 97£ 



$ cts 



1,014 00 
174 00 
174 00 

169 00 

170 00 

532 40 
48 40 
48 40 
48 40 
50 00 



275 00 
70 00 
52 25 



75 00 
65 00 
52 25 



120 00 
40 50 



34,350 87 

6,641 46 

2,237 76 

4,623 19 

1,324 41 

308 40 

27 14 

25 00 

22 06 

17 90 

5 28 



24,856 05 
1,112 35 



27,687 31 

4,260 06 

3,137 62 

2,081 40 

515 13 

205 90 

25 00 



7,582 48 
5,301 76 



15,665 36 
1,436 82 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



1,701 00 



727 60 



397 25 



192 25 



160 50 



49,583 47 
27,863 43 



25,968 40 



37,912 42 



12,884 24 



17,102 18 



$ cts. 



30,073 18 



2,428 60 



750 00 



21,720 04 



25,028 18 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



131 



Printing* Printing: Paper and Bookbinding:. 



Brought forward 



Lbs3— Share of coat of Reports furnished to De- 
partments, charged to "Miscellaneous 

Printing" 

do Cost of printing Private Bills, charged to 
Private Bill Fees 



Balance, charged against Vote for Printing, Printing 
Paper and Binding 



cts. 



Ct8. 



6,895 58 
380 32 



80,000 00 



7,275 90 
72,724 10 



3— 9J** 



131 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Legislation. 



Additional Details of Reports costing: over #2.000 

Public Accounts, 1883-84, English, 3,850 copies- 
Paper, 324^ reams Royal, at $2.52$ 

do 5 per cent allowed for waste 

Presswork, 1,200 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stiching 

Covering, 3,000, at $c 



Composition, 4,733,750, at 25c. 

Sessional headings 

Alterations .... 



Trade and Navigation, 1883-84, English, 3,100 copies- 
Paper, 397£ reams Royal, at $2.52$ 

do 5 per cent, allowed tor waste 

Presswork, 1,107 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching 

Covering, 2,250, at $c 



Composition, 7 745,250, at 25c 

Sessional headings 

Making index. 



Tirade and Navigation, 1883-84, French, 675 copies- 
Paper, 86$ reams Royal, at $2.52$ 

do 5 per cent, allowed for waste 

Presswork, 246 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching 

Covering, 425, at $c 



Composition, 7,745,250, at 25c. 
Sessional headings. 



Auditor-General's Report, 1883-84, English, 3,345 copies- 
Paper, 271f reams Royal, at $2. 52$ 

do 5 per cent, allowed for waste. - 

Presswork, 810 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching 

Covering »•••■ 



Composition, 4,207,750, at 25c. 

Sessional headings 

Alterations 



Mortuary Statistics, July to Dec , 1883, English and 

French, 4,895 copies — 
Paper, 379| reams Royal, at $2.52$. 

do 5 per cent, allowed for waste 

Presswork, 1,216 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching 

Covering, 3,795, at $c , 



Composition, 3,114,750, at 25c. 
Sessional headings , 



Mortuary Statistics, 1884, English and French, 4,895 copieg— 



Paper, 494f reams Royal, at $2.52$. 
do 5 per cent allowed for waste 

Presswork, 1,584 tokens, at 18c 

Folding and stitching. 

Covering, 3,795, at $c 



Composition, 3,912,750, at 25c. 
Sessional headings 



$ cts. 



41 
216 
158 

15 



1,183 
112 
96 



50 
199 
153 

11 



1,936 

137 

25 



218 

10 

44 

29 

2 

1,936 
71 



34 

145 

112 

12 



1,051 


93 


90 


72 


11 


50 



959 

47 

218 

160 

18 

778 



1,248 

62 

285 

208 

18 



978 
128 



$ cts. 



1,250 69 
1,391 44 



1,417 33 
2,099 07 



304 78 

2,007 65 

991 18 

1,154 15 



1,405 23 



877 49 



1,824 13 
1,106 88 



$ cU 



2,642 03 



3,516 40 



2,312 43 



2,145 33 



2,282 72 



2,931 »1 



DETAILS OF VXPENMTORE 



133 



Legislation. 



Analysis of Printing Account by Languages : — 

Printing for Session of 1884 — 

Composition 

Changing headings for Sessional Papers 

Alterations, old matter, and Index to T. & NT. Returns. 

Part of cost, not varying with the number printed, 

$36,954.45 

Presswork 

Folding and stitching 

Covering 

Pine copies of third readings 

Mounting, cutting and ruling fc 

Total paid to MacLean, Roger & Co., $49,583.47... 

Paper, Royal, plus 5 per cent for waste 

do Foolscap do do 

Total cost of printing (including printing paper) 
for Session of 1884, $75,561. 87 

Printing for Session of 1885— work done to June 30, 1885— 

Composition 

Changing headings for Sessional Papers 

Alterations, and Index to T. & N, Returns 

Part of cost, not varying with the number printed, 

$29,999.61 

Presswork . 

Folding and stitching 

Covering. 

Total paid to MacLean, Roger & Co., $37,912.42... 

Paper, Royal, plus 5 per cent, for waste 

do Foolscap do do 

Cost of printing (including printing paper) up to 
June 30, 1885, for Session of 1885, $55,014.60... 



English. 



$ cts 

20,029 81 

1,432 58 

303 62 



21,766 01 

5,475 78 

3,814 50 

1,148 53 

11 36 

17 90 



32,234 08 

20,560 60 

897 95 



53,692 63 



13,859 81 

1,257 26 

207 90 



15,324 97 

2,991 42 

2,284 60 

388 54 

20,989 53 

10,789 70 

1,162 45 



32,941 68 



French. 



In both 
Languages. 



$ cts. 

11,902 50 

560 72 

56 00 



12,519 22 

821 34 

653 35 

117 69 

10 70 



14,022 30 

2,632 70 

214 40 



16,869 40 



10,569 81 

460 40 

18 00 



11,048 21 

587 16 

356 51 

55 55 



12,047 43 

1,707 54 

274 37 



14,029 34 



$ cts, 

2,418 56 

244 46 

6 20 



2,669 22 

344 34 

255 34 

58 19 



3,327 09 
1,662 75 



4,989 84 



3,257 69 

363 74 

5 00 



3,626 43 

681 48 

496 51 

71 04 



4,875 46 
3,168 12 



8,043 53 



131 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 188i-5. 



Legislation. 



Cost of Report* of 1883-84:— 

Public Accounts, English 

do French 

Trade and Navigation, English 

do French 

Auditor-General's Report, English , 

do French 

Inland Revenue, English 

do French 

Public Works, English 

do French 

Postmaster-General, English 

do French 

Militia, English .. 

do French M 

Indian Affairs, English.. 

do French 

Railways and Canals, English 

do French 

Fisheries, English , 

do French 

Canal Statistics, English 

do French 

Marine, English. « 

Interior do 

Archives do 

Manufacturing Industries, English , 

Agriculture, English 

Mortuary Statistics, July to Dec, 1883, English and French, 
do 1884 do 

Criminal Statistics, English and French 

Chartered Banks do 





Paper 




Number 
Printed. 


and 
Pres*work 

for 
one copy. 


Total 
Composition 




Cents. 


$ cts. 


3,850 


32 


1,391 44 


575 


32 


1,2*8 54 


3,100 


46 


2,099 07 


675 


46 


2,007 65 


3,345 


29 


1,154 15 


650 


29 


1,098 94 


3,570 


20 


79 5 65 


825 


21 


76J 87 


3,120 


29 


707 86 


1,025 


25 


567 17 


2,820 


21 


929 42 


675 


22 


882 88 


4,570 


22 


556 3J 


1,325 


22 


5i8 64 


3,320 


24 


711 01 


775 


25 


667 44 


4,100 


12 


289 88 


1,325 


12 


267 54 


4,320 


20 


615 42 


775 


7 


193 38 


3,020 


5 


195 50 


825 


5 


178 48 


3,320 


16 # 


442 69- 


4,600 


14 


216 66 


3,800 


12 


179 38: 


5,850 


11 


303 12 


3,820 


16 


359 66 


4,895 


29 


877 49 


4,895 


37 


1,106 88 


3,895 


10 


419 71 


2,870 


17 


884 43 



II 



DETAILS 07 EXPENDITURE. 



13$ 



Legislation. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


.. - XT-.. 
$ Ctf. 


Miscellaneous Printing : — 

MacLean, Roger & Co., printing Estimates of 1885, at con- 
fidential rates — 
500 copies of Estimates in English- 
Composition, 431,000, tabular, at $1 » 


431*00 

1 50 

44 25 

15 00 

21 00 

1 25 

3 20 

3 20 

50 


520 90 
444 65 




do 3,000, plain, at 60c 

Alterations from copy, 177 hours, at 25c ....... 




Presswork, 30 tokens, at 60c 

Paper, 7 reams, at $3, • • 




Paper for covers, 125 sheets * 

Folding, 3 folds, at 8c. a 100 




Gathering and stitching, at 8c. a 100 

Glueing, at 10c. a 100 ~ -•• 




50 copies of Estimates in French — 

Composition, 431,000, tabular, at$l..... *• 


431 00 

1 50 
8 50 

2 25 
60 
40 
40 
10 




do 3,000, plain, at 50c 

Presswork, 17 tokens, at 50c • 




Paper, f ream, at $3 

Covers 




Folding, 3 folds, at 8c. a 100 - 

Gathering and stitching, at 8c. a 100 

Glueing 








966 55 


Indemnities paid nnder Special Totes : — 

Session of 1884, M. Catudal 


112 00 

152 00 

376 00 

96 00 


' 


do Hon. P. Mitchell 






do S. Labrosse « 

do J. C. Rykert « 










T36 00 


Session of 1885, 2 members sick (see page 90) ,. 


1,368 00 
4,791 80 


do 8 members in N.W.T. (see page 90) 




6,169 89 







136 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Agriculture Department, 



Extra Services in Agriculture Department :- 

W. S. Abel, literary services 

do translating, 1 month , 



B. Barber, 132 days, at $1 

S. Barnum, copying 

J. Beatty, 365 days, at $2.50 , 

J.Bell, 152 do 1 

P.Bell, 33 do 1 

M. B. Beresford, 82 days, at $1 

G. Bourret, 164 days, at $1 

Thos. 0' Boyle, Packer, 378 days, at $1.25 

A. E. Oaron, 8 days, at $1 , 

M. W. Casey, 365 do 1.50 

C . Charlebois, copying , 

S. Christie, 111 days, at $1 . 



H. Clayton, 
A. Code, 
L. Copping, 
S. Cowan, 
J. Craig, 



90 

41 

62 

140 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



$ cts. 



601 12 
150 00 



P. Davreau, Messenger, 365 days, at $1.25 ..... 
do extra work, 14 hours, at 50c 



B. M. Desche'ne, copying .... 
do translating 



E. R. Dewhurst, 365 days, at $1.50 

O. Dorion, Extra Clerk, 120 days, at $1 
do copying ^ 



J. B. E. Dorion, 5 days, at $1 „ 

D. Dube, 101 do 1 

M. Emond, 117 do 1 

F.A.Evans, 117 do l....„ 

do packing minerals, 60 days, at $1.50 

E. Gaudry, 9 days, at $1 

M. Gravel, 365 do 2 

do extra work, 11 hours, at 50c 



S. E. Gregory, 52 days, at $2 

E.Hammond, 118 do 1 ,....,., 

L. A. Kingsmill, 73 do 1 * 

W.Kingston, 365 do 2 , 

J. G. Layton, 123 days, to Oct. 30, 1884, at $5. 

G. E. Lemaltre, Archivist, 365 days, at $1.50 , 

do extra work, 10 hours, at 50c 

If. Leyden, 149 days, at $1 

J. Montgomery, 271 days, at$l 

R.Morgan, 62 do 1 

M. J. Morrison 365 do 2 

do extra work, 8 hours, at 50c 

A. Morency, 66 days, at $1 

do copying 



456 25 
7 00 



166 00 
69 85 



120 00 
242 50 



117 00 
90 00 



730 00 
5 50 



J. J. Muldoon, 49 days, at $1. 
B. Munro, 361 do 1. 

W. H. Murphy, 111 do 
R. S. McKenzie, 63 do 
Mrs. McMillan, 130 do 
S. A. Neville, 117 do 
8. A. O'Grady, 109 do 
M. E. O'Meara, 80 do 

E. Perrin, translating 

M. Piche, 21 days, at $1 



Carried forward 



...... M ...... 



547 50 
5 00 



730 00 
4 00 



66 00 
155 50 



$ cts. 



751 1J 

132 00 

86 50 

912 50 

152 00 

33 00 

82 00 

164 00 

472 50 

8 00 

547 50 

291 50 

111 00 

48 00 

90 00 

41 00 

62 00 

140 00 



463 25 



235 85 

547 50 



362 50 

5 00 

101 00 

117 00 



207 Of 
900 



735 60 
104 00 
118 00 
73 00 
730 00 
615 00 



552 50 

149 00 

271 00 

62 00 



734 00 



221 50 

49 00 

361 00 

111 00 

63 00 

130 00 

117 00 

109 00 

80 00 

16 50 

21 00 



11,595 72 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



131 



Agriculture I>epartinent. 



Brought forward 



Extra Services in Agriculture Pepartment — Continutd. 



G. H. Preston, 118 
D. Prevost, 127 
T.A.Richardson, 41 
R. J. Robillard, 5 
A. Robson, 90 

G. Ross, 365 

S. Rothwell 365 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



extra work, 11 hours, at 50c. 



S. Sanborn, Extra Clerk, 365 days, at $ 1.50 
do copying 



J. Skead, 365 days, at $2.50 .-, 

do extra work, 11 days, at 50c. 



M. Slater, 131 days, at $1 

E. Small, copying 

W. 8mall, copying 

C. Steacy, extra clerk, 7 months, at $400 a year 

do do 150 days, at $1.25 

do copying , 



H. Stethem, 16 days, at $1 

F. Stuart, 149 days, at $1 

W. D.Tremblay, 365 days, at $2 

do extra work, 11 days, at 50c 



L. Veilleux, 119 days, at $1 

E.J. Walsh, 38 do 1 .... 

R. E. Watts, 365 do 2 

do extra work, 6 hours, at 50c. 



J. Wilkins, 365 days, at $2 



do 



extra work, 11 hours, at 50c. 



M. C. Wood, 70 hours, at $1 

Total, Extra Services in Agriculture Department. 

■Charged as follows: — 

Census, page 138 .... 

Health Statistics do 139 

Agricultural Statistics do 139 

Criminal Statistics do 138 

Antwerp Exhibition do 140 

Immigration do 152 

Public Health do 

Cattle Quarantine do 



Extra Clerks (50 on June 30, 1885) 

Messengers and packers (2 on June 30, 1885). 

Copying 

Literary services 

Translating 



$ cts. 



730 00 
5 50 


547 50 
72 50 


912 50 
5 50 



233 33 
187 50 
148 50 



730 CO 
6 50 



730 00 
3 00 

730 00 
5 50 



3,587 50 
2,803 ?5 
6,325 00 
1,012 50 

675 35 
3,364 45 

278 00 
41 00 



15,242 33 

1,025 75 

981 50 

601 12 

236 35 



$ cts. 



11,595 72 



118 00 
127 00 

41 00 
5 00 

90 00 
365 00 



735 50 

620 00 



918 00 

131 00 

50 00 

126 50 



569 33 

15 00 

149 00 



735 50 

119 00 

38 00 



733 00 



735 50 
70 00 



18,087 05 



18,087 05 



18,087 05 



133 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



A it ri culture and Si a (In He*. 



Collection and Care of Archives :- 

Books and newspapers for archives. 

T. P. Bedard, copving 

A.N Montpetit do 



H. 


Prudhomme 


do 


A. 


F. Brymner 


do 


F. 


Debloi« 


do 


E. 


Poitras 


do 


A 


J. Huot 


do 


A. 


Talbot 


do 



W. E. Glackmeyer, copying. 



D. Brymner, travelling expenses 

Cleaning rooms in Agriculture Department 

Freight charges 

Queen's Printer 



Expenditure pail through London Office- 
Copying Archives , 

Comparing 

Books 

Binding .. 



C. C. Chipman, special services in London ($233.33 voted). 
Total, Archives 



Expenses of Paten t Record : — 

Burland Lithographic Co., printing 15 numbers of the "Patent Record" 
—Dec , 1883, to Feb., 1885— 

3,047 patents, at $3 50... 

Printing 1,000 copies of 13 numbers, at $80.33 a 1,000 , 

Printing 1,100 copies for Jan. and Feb., 1885, at $80 a 1,000 

Index and certificates of fees for 13 numbers, 59 pages, at $15 

Index for Jan and Feb., 1885, 372 patents, at 44c 

Printing 1,100 '-Index to Patent Office Record," 35 pages .... 

Preparation of Criminal Statistics : — 

Sundry persons for statistical returns...., 

Extra services in Agriculture Department (see page 137) 

Rubber stamp 

Queen's Printer 

Expenses of Census:— 

Extra services in Agriculture Department (see page 137) 

J. GK Layton, travelling expenses, self and assistant 

Ice 

Washing , 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery 



$ cts. 



1,388 33 


800 83 


279 10 


128 66 


141 15 


120 75 


91 70 


79 75 


64 55 



1,788 10 

1,180 85 

180 35 

76 72 



10,664 50 


1,083 29 


176 00 


885 00 


163 68 


175 00 


3,229 65 


1,012 50 


2 00 


79 72 


3,587 50 


211 50 


27 60 


8 CO 


1,155 66 


69 18 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITUKK. 



139 



Agriculture and Statistics. 



Dominion Exhibitions : — 

S. C. Stevenson, on account of Montreal Exhibition. 

J. E. T6tu, expenditure 

W. 0. B. Grahame, expenditure , 



H. Wade, on account of Ottawa Exhibition. 
G. Grahame do do 

J. E. T6tu, expenditure 

W. O.B. Grahame, expenditure 

H. J. Maas, expenditure M 

Freight charges 



Total, Dominion Exhibitions. 



Health Statistics : — 

Sundry persons for returns 

A. B. Larocque, M.D., Montreal, 12 months' pay as Statistical Officer. 



T. Trenaman, MD , Halifax, 12 do 

W. Canniff, M.D., Toronto, 15 do 

A. Robillard, MD., Ottawa, 9 do 

J. W. Daniel, M.D., St John, 12 do 

J. Ryall, MD., Hamilton, 12 do 

G. Coburn, M D., Fredericton, 12 do 

R. Johnson, M.D., Charlottetown, 12 do 

F. Pare, M. D., Sherbrooke, 3 do 

G. P. Sylvester, M.D., Gait, 2 do 
E. 0. Morin, M D., Quebec, 15 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



J. H. St. Germain, M.D., St. Hyacinthe, 3 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

T. Keating, M. D. , Guelph, 1 month's pay as Statistical Officer 

J. W. Neilson, M.D., Winnipeg, 12 do do 

J. P. Rutherford, M.D., Chatham, 2 do do 

J. B Tweedale, M.D.,St Thomas, 3 do do 



Extra services in Agriculture Department (See page 137). 
Travel line: expenses — Mrs. A.F. Lyster 

do J. P. Rutherford, M.D 

do F. Pare, M.D 

do J R. Tweedale, M.D 

do R. Tracy 

do J.H.St Germain, M.D 

Type writer, Holland Bros , 

Washing 

Queen's Printer . 



Total, Health Statistics. 



Agricultural and Industrial Statistics :— 

Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Manitoba, for collecting statistics. 

Sundry postmasters, for collecting statistics 

E. F. King, Post Office Inspector, Montreal 

G. A. Bourgeois do Three Rivers 

W. G. Sheppard do Quebec 

C. G. Macdonald do Halifax 

J. McMillan do St. John \ 

T.P.French do Ottawa 

a. A. Macdonald do Charlottetown 



Extra services in Agriculture Department (See page 137). 

A. S. Woodburn, time of two assistants, 60 days at $1 , 

Repairs „..., 

Queen's Printer m 



Total, Agricultural Statistics. 



$ cts. 



4,911 20 
41 15 
47 65 

2,(00 00 
2,650 00 
26 25 
36 75 
54 25 
76 78 



451 84 
190 25 
421 36 
126 39 
165 36 
189 90 
115 52 
128 71 

29 51 

18 82 
320 10 

28 33 

10 39 

119 96 

19 93 

30 22 



72 32 
48 00 
38 00 
3^ 38 
32 00 
16 10 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
50 00 
100 00 



$ CtSo 



5,000 00 



4,894 0$ 
9,894 03 

2,174 25 



2,366 59 
2,803 25 



239 80 
127 50 

20 00 

240 86 

7,972 23 



2,500 00 
854 16 



650 00 

6,325 00 

60 00 

18 00 

108 28 

10,515 44 



140 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1881-5. 



Agriculture and Statistics. 



Antwerp Exhibition: — 

A. fl. Leith, Commissioner for Ontario- 
Salary, 123 days, at $5 

On account of salary 

Living allowance, 96 days, at $3 ... 
Travelling expenses 



R. R. Pringle, Commissioner for Ontario- 
Salary, 111 days, at $5 

Living allowance, 73 days, at $* 

Travelling expenses 



A. W. Wright, Commissioner for Ontario— 

Salary, 143 days, at %5 ... , 

On account of salary 

Living allowance, 120 days, at $3 

Travelling expenses 



S. C. Stevenson, Commissioner for Quebec- 
Salary, 139 days, at $5 

Living allowance, 108 days, at $3 

Travelling expenses 



W. D. Dimock, Commissioner for Nova Scotia- 
Salary. 99 days, at $5 

Living allowance, 89 days, at $3 

Travelling and incidental expenses 



W. F. Best, Commissioner for New Brunswick- 
Salary. 73 days, at $5 

Living allowance, 14 days, at $3 

Travelling and incidental expenses 



Extra services in Agriculture Department (see page 137). 



Prescott " Me c senger," printing 10,000 German pamphlets— 
" Forests "— 

Composition, 169,500. at 70c 

Piesswork, «00 tokens, at 30c 

Folding and stitching 

Covering 10,000 

Cases and freight ..... 



Prescott " Messenger," printing 11,000 German pamphlets- 
" Minerals"— 

Composition, 116,000, at 70c 

Presswork. 356 tokens, at 30c 

Folding and stitching 

Inserting introduction and index 

Covering 1000 

Cases and freight... 



Prescott "Mepsenger"— Advance on account of German 
printing 

Ottawa "Citizen," printing pamphlets, (seepage )... 

Dawson Bros., furnishing 10,000 copies of Small'a " Can- 
adian Forests ' ' — 

Composition, 158,800, at 35c 

Presswork, 360 tokens, at 30c 

Covering (incl paper> at lc 

Folding 90,000, 2 folds, at ^c ... 

Gathering «nd stitching, at ^c 

Cases and packing 

L. Z. Joncas, writing special "Fisheries" pamphlet 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



555 00 
219 00 
292 80 



715 00 
100 00 
360 00 
300 10 



695 00 

324 00 

91 02 



495 00 
267 00 
188 71 



365 00 
42 00 
53 58 



118 65 

120 00 

73 34 

10 00 

15 20 



81 20 
106 80 
77 00 
55 00 
11 00 
14 05 



55 57 
108 00 
100 00 
4* 00 
60 00 
3 00 



$ cts. 



1,242 86 



1,066 80 



1,475 10 



1,110 0.' 



950 71 



460 58 



337 19 



345 05 



100 00 
291 7* 



371 57 
50 ro 



1,495 69 



$ cts. 



,306 07 
675 35 






,981 42 






DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



141 



Agricnltnre and Statistics. 



Brought forward 



Buntin, Bord & Co , paper for pamphlets— 
210 reams Double Demy, super, cal., 40 lbs. 
30 reams Demy, tinted, for covers, at $5 ... 
Cases 



at $3 60. 



Advertising , 

Queen's Printer. 



Framing drawings. 
Lithograph cards. , 
Lettering boxes — 

Rubber stamp 

Wood samples 

Exhibits 



Telegrams 

Freight charges. 



Travelling expenses of L. G. Desjardins, M.P.P. 

from Levis to Montreal 

Expenditure by J Jessup, collecting exhibits 

Advance to Geological Survey 



3 trips 



Total Expenditure in Ottawa for Antwerp Exhibition 

Expenditure paid through London Office — 

Decorating 

Woodwork 

Joiners' work 

Repairing cases 

Collecting and mounting Natural History specimens.. 

Collection "Manitoba Birds," John Freeman 

Printing and stationery 

Advertising, " Canadian Gazette," London 

4 exhibition reports, P. S. King & Son « 

Freight and warehouse charges 

Insurance 

6 flags, W. Jones & Son, Liverpool 

72 grain jars, W. Walmsley, Liverpool 

A. Begg, for £ the space allotted to "Manitoba farm ". 
H, Fabre, on account of services as Prees representative. 
F. J. Dore, six moDths salary to June 30, 1885 ....... 

do on account of expenditure 

Sir Cbas. Tupper, travelling expenses, 

J. G. Colmer do 

C. F. Just do 

J. Dyke, on account of expenditure 



$ cts 



756 00 

160 00 

2 50 



$ cts. 



1,495 59 



908 50 

,721 17 

5 88 



96 00 
27 00 
47 00 
2 00 
21 20 
100 05 



76 21 
,294 93 



2,593 93 

828 37 

547 50 

340 66 

398 83 

48 66 

99 68 

39 66 

14 75 

295 61 

199 53 
62 05 

108 04 
608 33 

200 00 
1,249 88 
4,331 34 

474 30 
97 33 

170 33 
58 34 



$ cts. 



6,981 42 



5,131 14 



293 25 



2,371 14 

100 00 

54 53 

500 00 

15,431 48^ 



12,767 12 
28,198 60 



142 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18S4-5. 



11 



Immigration. 



Salaries paid in Canada : — 

Quehec : — 

L Stafford, Agent 

P. Doyle, Assistant — 

L. Stein, Clerk 

W Anderson. Norwegian Interpreter. 
F. O'Reilly, Messenger , 



Montreal : 

J. J. Daley, Agent 

W. McMcnblsj Assistant 
A. Regimbal, Messenger. 



Ottawa : — 

W. J. Wills, Agent 

A. Akerlinch, Interpreter 



Kingston : — 

R. Macpherson, Agent. 
H. Hitchin, Messenger. 



Toronto :— 

J. A. Donaldson, Agent 
A. Gaunt, Messenger 



Hamilton : — 

J. Smith, Agent 

R. Rissman, Messenger 



London : — 

A. G. Smythe, Agent . 
J. Hunter, Messenger... 

Halifax : — 

E. McC. Olay, Agent . 
H. P. Clay, Messenger 



St. John :— 

S. Gardner, Agent 

Winnipeg : — 

W. C B. Grahame, Agent 

H. J. Maas, Interpreter, 4 months. 

J. M. Trimble, Caretaker , 

E. Ohlen, Interpreter 



Emertoa: — 

J. E. TeUu, Agent 

A. Eournier, Caretaker. 



Gretna .— 

L. A. Turgeon, Caretaker 

Brandon : — 

T. Bennett, Agent 

J. Eberhardt, Interpreter, 5 months. 

H. J. Maas do 7 do 

Qu'Appelle : — 

A. J. Baker, Agent 

J. P. C. Miquelon, Assistant 



Port Arthur: — 

J. M. McGovern, Agent 
0. Mellbye, Messenger... 

Victoria :— 

J. Jessup, Agent 



$ cts. 



1,700 00 

1,100 00 

i,or.o oo 

660 00 

365 00 



1,300 CO 
910 00 
365 00 



1,300 00 
547 50 



1,300 on 

456 25 



1,650 00 
590 00 



Total, Salaries in Canada 



1,250 00 
45S 25 



1,0C0 00 
365 00 



1,000 00 
349 50 



1,400 00 
256 67 
730 00 
493 75 



1,000 00 
600 00 



1,400 00 
333 30 
476 66 



1 400 00 
800 00 



1,000 00 
367 50 



$ cts. 



4,825 00 

2,575 00 

1,847 50 

1,756 25 

2,240 00 

1,706 25 

1,365 00 

1,349 50 
1,000 00 

2,880 42 

1,600 00 
730 00 

2 ; 209 96 

2,200 00 

1,367 50 

1,000 00 

30,662 38 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



143 



Immigration. 



Brought forward 




Salaries la London, Eng., Office:— 

J. G. Oolmer, Secretary , 

C. C. Chipman, Accountant 

B. W. A. Dixon, Librarian , 

C. F. Just, Clerk , 

C.J.Taylor do 

J. Howard do 

O. Jones do 

A. A Wellonddo 

T. J. Wilkinson, Messenger , 

£. Churchouse do 

D. Penn do 



Salaries of Agents in Europe :— 

John Dykp, Agent, Liverpool 

T. Grabame do Glasgow ■ 

Chas. Foy do Belfast 

T. Connolly do Dublin , 

J.W.Down do Bristol 

Otto Hahn 

R. Clarke, balance 

W. G. Gaunce, 7 months 

D.Beaton 6 do , 

J. 0. Dell, balance 

Rev. A. Labelle, 5 months salary and allowance 
W. Lukes, balance 



Contingencies of Non-European Agencies : — 

Quebec Agency 

Montreal do « 

Ottawa do 

Kingston do 

Toronto do 

Hamilton do 

London do 

Halifax do 

St. John do 

Winnipeg do , 

Emerson do 

Brandon do 

Qu'Appelledo ? 

Port Arthur Agency ,. 

Victoria, B.C, do 



1,2*6 66 

],79<» 95 

699 83 

730 00 

535 33 

535 33 

81 11 

40 60 

442 87 

66 18 

170 33 



2,000 20 

1,199 88 

1,000 10 

1,000 10 

486 66 

800 00 

302 66 

700 00 

60O 00 

270 38 

1,500 00 

229 48 



4,499 44 
2,485 48 

1.369 68 
903 59 

2,352 90 

1.370 69 
951 83 

1,527 55 

361 61 

6,022 26 

2,665 41 

2,749 52 

333 38 

2,197 31 

54 38 



$ cts. 



6,679 09 



10,039 46 



29,845 03 



144 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Immigration 



Travelling Expenses of Agents in Europe :— 

John Dyke, Liverpool Agency — 

Travelling allowance, at $4 a day 

Salaries of Clerks 

Printing and stationery, $192.63 ; advertising, $40.75 

Postage, $684,54; telegrams, $116.67 ; newspapers, $83.32. 

Translating, $189.18; Veterinary Surgeon, $51.10.. 

Travelling expenses, $206 22; freight, $73.05. 

Office supplies and charges 

Kent, $909.18; taxes, $220.55 ; insurance, $3.04 

Gas and fittings, $23.13; coal, $16.30 

Mounting heads of deer and bullocks 

Distributing pamphlets 

Packing cases, $70.40; sample jars, $27.74 



Thomas Grahame, Glasgow Agency- 
Travelling allowance, at $4 a day 

Expenditure in excess of allowance 

Salaries of Clerks 

Advertising, $340.77; stationery, $51.50 

Postage, $268.93 ; telegrams, $27.49; newspapers, $56 57 

Rent of office, $316.33; taxes, $47.79; office cleaning, $44.90. 

Coal, $7.02; directory, $2.19; rug, $1 34 

Freight, $68 59 ; joiner work, $7.50 

Distributing pamphlets 

Travelling expenses attending shows 



Thomas Connolly, Dublin Agency — 

Travelling allowance, at $2 a day 

Advertising, $606 10; newspapers, $65.28; directory, $5.10 

Postage, $323.40; stationery, $42.37 ; freight, $94 

Bill posting, $24.33; distributing pamphlets, $123 

Travelling expenses, $332.23; mounting maps, $24.33 

Space at show, $17.50 ; stand at show, $20.90 .... 

Office supplies and charges ..* 



Chas. Foy, Belfast Agency- 
Travelling allowance, at $4 a day 

Salary of Clerk 

Advertising, $88.05 ; newspapers, $12 60; bill posting, $12.60 

Postage, $92.45 ; telegrams, 73c. ; freight, $35 10 

Office rent, $211.70; taxes, 31.63 

Cleaning office, $58.40; gas, $20.75; coal, 24.33 



John W. Down, Bristol agency- 
Printing and stationery 

Advertising, $110.72; directory, $8.76 
Postage \ 

Freight, $69.06; bill posting, $4.87 — 



D. Beaton, Special Agent- 
Travelling allowance, 190 days, at $4 
Ocean passage 



Rev. A. Labelle, Special Agent- 
Ocean passage 



W. Lukes- 
Travelling allowance, 10 weeks, at $9. 73 

W. G. Gaunce, Special Agent- 
Travelling allowance, 212 days, at $4 



Ocean passage. 
Not accounted for. 



Total, Travelling Expenses of Agents in Europe.. 



$ cts. 



1,460 00 

1,068 73 

233 38 

884 53 

240 28 

279 27 

134 78 

1,132 77 

39 48 

35 26 

2 43 

98 14 



1,460 00 

13 87 

243 33 

392 27 

352 99 

409 02 

10 55 

76 09 

4 87 

84 80 



730 00 
676 48 
459 77 
147 33 
356 56 
38 40 
89 03 



1,460 00 
249 98 
113 25 
128 28 
243 33 
103 48 



40 63 

119 48 

1,753 22 

73 93 



760 00 
40 00 



847 9i 

80 00 

250 00 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



145 



Immigration. 



Assisting Immigration ;— 

Printing, Advertising and Stationery : — 
London ' ' Free Press ' ' — 

Lithographing and printing in colors 50,000 railway maps 

at $7 50 a M 

Lithographing and printing 50,000 of same, at $5.55 a M..< 

Stereo blocks 

69,000 North- West chromos, at 5c 

100,000 North- West posters, at 5$c 

Lithographing and printing 20,000 "Homes in Canada," at 

5 cents 

3,000 meal tickets, 4 kinds...... 

Cash paid to U.S. Consul for certificates 

Uases and packing 



Toronto "Mail" Job Office— Printing 105,157 copies of "Guide 

Book" in 6 editions- 
One composition, 528 thousand, at 35c 

Alterations and revisions, 40 hours, at 35c 

Presswork, 8,189 tokens, at 30c 

Folding 2,001 M. 8vo sheets, at ^ a c 

Stitching 2,001 M. 8vo sheets, at ^c 

Covering (including covers) 105,157, at lc 

Inserting maps, 105,157, at ^c , 

Folding maps, 105,157, at £c 

90 cases > 

Freight and charges 

Putting to pres3 and dressing engravings for 5 editions, at 

$30.. 



Less— Paid in 1885-86. 



27 electrotypes. 



Montreal " Gazette "—50,000 Nova Scotia pamphlets- 
Composition, 41,000, at 35c 

Presswork, 200 tokens, at 30c , 

Folding 100,000, at ^c, 

Gathering and stitching 100,000, at ^ 5 c. 

Covering (including paper) 50,000, at lc 



Montreal " Gazette "— 200,000 British Columbia pamphlets 
(Nov., 1884, to Jan., 1885)— 

Composition, 97,000, at 35c , 

Alterations and corrections, 54 hours, at 35c , 

Presswork, 3,200 tokens, at 30c , 

Folding (4 folds) 800,000, at 2 Vc. , 

Stitching 800,000, at ^c 

Inserting 200,000 maps, at £c. 

Folding 200,000, at £c 

Covering (including paper) 200,000, at lc. 



40,000 British Columbia pamphlets 



Montreal " Gazette 
(June, 1885) 

Presswork, 320 tokens, at 30c 

Folding (2 folds) 80,000, at ^c 

Stitching 40,000, at^c 

Inserting 40,000 maps, at £c 

Folding 40,000 maps, at ^c 

Covering (including paper) 40,000, at lc 



56 cases, and packing 

Advertisement in "Gazette Almanac," 1885, 1 page. 



3—10** 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



184 80 

14 00 

2,456 70 

1,000 11 

1,333 47 

1,051 57 

525 79 

262 91 

151 25 

47 32 

150 00 



14 35 
60 00 
50 00 
66 67 
600 00 



33 95 

18 90 

960 00 

400 00 

533 36 

1,000 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 



96 00 

40 00 

26 68 

200 00 

100 00 

400 00 



$ cts. 



375 00 

277 50 

25 00 

3,450 00 

5,500 00 

1,000 00 

10 00 

6 00 

50 50 



7,177 92 
64 27 



7,113 65 
47 00 



691 02 



5,446 21 



862 68 
84 00 
15 00 



$ cts. 



10,694 00 



7,160 65 



7,098 91 
24,953 56 



146 



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Immigration. 



Brought forward 



at 



Assisting Immigration: — 

^im Printing, Advertising and Stationery: — 
Burland Lithographic Co. — 

Printing and folding 23,200 folders, " Manitoba Lands 

$13 '. 

Photo-engraving 6 blocks, and mounting same in one, at $5 

Printing 7,650 copies of do 

Photo-lithographing and printing 7,500 " Maps of Canada," 
18 x 12 

Photo-lithographing and printing 7,518 "Maps of Quebec," 
24x36 

Photo-lithographing and printing 7,500 " Hemisphere" 

Printing 7,650 full double-demy ■' Views," at $2.50 

Composing, altering and electrotyping folder 

Printing and folding 52,825 copies of same, at $13 

Photo-lithographiog and printing 1,500 " Farm Record"... 

Engraving " Map of Dominion" 



Printing 276,625 do on £ sheets, at $1.50 

Printing 350 reams paper, " Map of Dominion," at $2 

Printing 103,521 Maps of British Columbia, at $9.50 

Lithographing 100,000 Maps of Canada, in 7 colors, at $15.... 

Altering plates of map 

Printing 11,080 small Maps of Dominion, at $6.50 

Printing 277 reams paper, small " Map of Dominion," at $2 

Engraving and making 1 electro, scene in B. C 

Making 4 electros, 1 at $16, 1 at $10, 2 at $5 

Making 9 electros, at $3 m 

Making 37 electros, at $2.50 . , 

76 cases 



Montreal "Herald," 55,000 " Report of Tenant Farmers," 144 
pages- 
Composition, 392,000, at 35c , .. 

Presswork, 3,960 tokens, at 30c * 

Folding, 990,000, at ^c 

Gathering, 990,000, at ^c 

Covering, 55,000, at lc 



Montreal "Herald," 50,000 Prof. Tanner's "Successful Emigra- 
tion to Canada" — 

Composition, 98,000, at 35c 

Presswork, 1,000 tokens, at 30c « ~ 

Folding, 200,000, at ^c 

Gathering and stitching, 200,000, at ^c 

Folding, 50,000 maps, at ^c 

Inserting 50,000 maps, at £c 

Covering, at ^c 

17 cases, and cartage , 



do — Advance for work partly done. 



Montreal "Herald," 48,000 New Brunswick pamphlets, 54 pages- 
Composition . 

Presswork...., 

Folding „ 

Gathering and stitching ,. 

Covering, at lc, less $105 for paper 



Less— Paid in April, 1882 . 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



301 60 
30 00 
15 00 

100 00 

225 00 

30 00 

19 13 

40 00 

686 73 

57 50 

150 00 

414 95 

700 00 

983 45 

1,500 00 

10 00 

72 02 

554 00 

25 00 

36 00 

27 00 

92 50 

69 50 



137 20 
1,188 00 
495 00 
660 00 
550 00 



34 30 
300 00 
100 00 
133 34 

25 00 
250 00 

50 00 

13 50 



47 25 
403 20 
168 00 
224 00 
375 00 

1,217 45 
500 00 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



24,953 56 



6,139 38 



3,030 20 



906 14 
500 00 



717 46 



5,153 79 
36,246 73 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



147 



Immigration. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 






36,246 73 


Assisting: Immigration : — 

Printing, Advertising and Stationery : — 
Quebec "Chronicle," 42,500 " What Farmers say," 7th edition, 
90 pages- 
Composition, 249,000, at 35c 

Press-work, 2,210 tokens, at 30c 


87 15 
663 00 
255 00 
340 00 

42 50 


1,387 65 

3,505 93 
161 50 


Folding, 510,000 sheets, at ^c 




Stitching, 510,000 sheets, at ^c ~ c 








Quebec "Chronicle," 209,600 "Canada, its Extent and Re- 
sources," 4 editions, 36 pages — 
Composition, twice, 105,000 4- 108,000, at 35c 


74 55 

1,266 00 

419 20 

489 58 

1,047 00 

209 60 




Press- work, 4,220 tokens, at 30c 

Folding, 838,400 sheets, at ^c , 

Stiching, 734,400, at T \c 




Inserting maps, 209,400, at $c 

Pasting on covers, 209,600, at ^c 




Freight, cases, &c 








1,687 50 
250 00 


5,055 08 


Winnipeg "Leifur" (Henry Johnson, proprietor), 2,000 copies 
weekly, supplied to Agriculture Dept. at Ottawa — 

Nos. 1 to 27, May to Nov. 18, 1884, 6f months, at $250 

Less— Paid in 1883-84 (Auditor's Report, part ii, 
Dasre 98) 


1,437 50 
1,562 50 






Nos. 28 to 52, 25 issues, dated Jan. 3, 9, 16, 23, 29 ; Feb. 5, 
11, 16, 21, 26; Mar. 4, 9, 14, 19, 25, 30; April 3, 9, 14, 
18, 23, 28 ; May 2, 7, 9 ; at $62.50 a week ,,., 










3,000 00 




5,000 00 
3,601 78 


Lass — Paid before July 1, 1884 


3,184 00 
126 00 
291 78 




Paper 




Charged to "Antwerp Exhibt." (page 140). 










Difference for 1884-85 


1,398 22 

324 62 
928 54 




Ottawa " Citizen,'- 25,000 " Alberta" pamphlets, 20 pages- 
Composition, 37,000, at 35c 


12 95 
120 00 
12 50 
16 67 
125 00 
25 00 
12 50 




Press-work (including cover), 400 tokens, at 30c 

Folding, 25,000 sheets, at ^c. , 




Gathering and stitching, 25,000, at T ^c. .., 




Covering, 25,000, at ^c , 




Making 250 parcels of 100 each, at 5c 








Ottawa " Citizen," 50,000 "Across Canada," in long primer- 
Composition, 72,000, at 35c 


25 20 
360 00 
100 00 

250 00 
50 00 
10 00 




Press-work (including cover), 1,200 tokens, at 30c, 

Folding, 200,00a sheets, at &c. - 




Folding and inserting 50,000 maps, at jc 




Covering, 50,000, at ^c. 

Making 500 parcels of 100, at 2c ..... 




Prescott "Messenger," 25,000 B. C. pamphlets in German- 
Composition, 92,000, at $1 , ...... 


92 00 
330 00 
500 00 
125 00 

25 00 


2,651 3S 


Press-work, 1,100 tokens, at 30c 




Folding and stitching, 250,000, at £c 




Inserting 25,000 maps, at £c 




Covering, 25,000, at ^c ..,. 




Carried forward 


| 1,072 00 





46,953 19 



3—10J** 



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ii 



Immigration. 



Brought forward 



Assisting Immigration: — 

Printing, Advertising and Stationery : — 

Corrections 

Freight and cases 



3,000 circulars of 3 kinds-Finnish, Scandinavian and German 
3,000 English circulars 



Prescott "Messenger," 30,000 German pamphlets- 
Composition, 41,000, plain, at 87c ...•>..,» 

do 13,000, catalogue, at $1.30 , 

Folding, 210,000, at ^c 

Stitching, 210,000, at ^c 

Press-work, 960 tokens, at 30c 

Inserting " letter," front of 1st form 

Packing and freight 



Prescott "Messenger," 20,000 German pamphlets, uncovered- 
Composition, 49,000, plain, at 70c 

do 16,000, catalogue, at $1.05 

Press-work, 560 tokens, at 30c , 

Folding and stitching 

Packing and freight - 



Le3S— Advanced in 1883-84.. 



Frederic Gerbie, 5,000 " Canada et 1' Emigration Franchise " — 

5,000 copies, at 77c... 

16 cases, and freight 



Less— Paid in 1883-84 (page 98), 

Paper 

Paid to Burland , 



Quebec " Petit Journal," 25,000 "Agriculture in the Canadian 
North-West"— 

25,000 copies, at 5Jc 

Translation 

Freight and cartage... 



Quebec " Petit Journal," 5,000 Langelier's " Gaspesie" : 

5,000 copies < « 

Translation 

Boxing 



Hamilton "Spectator," 50,000 pamphlets- 
Composition, 88,704, at 35c 



Folding 200,000 sheets, at fac. > 

Gathering and stitching, 200,000, at ^c , 

Folding 50,000 maps, at £c , 

Pasting in 50,000 maps, at £c 

Cover, including paper and presswork, 50,000, at lc. 

5,000 prefaces to Tenant Farmers' Reports 

7,250 circulars. 

Advertising, 5 ins., D. and 1 ins. W 

13 cases, and cartage 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,072 00 



56 00 

47 15 



63 00 
15 00 



35 70 
16 80 
105 00 
140 00 
288 00 
150 00 
26 65 



34 30 

16 80 
168 00 

98 33 

17 92 



3,850 00 
30 00 

500 00 
821 80 
419 13 



1,312 50 
25 00 
13 50 



460 00 

90 00 

3 25 



31 04 
240 00 
100 00 
133 33 
125 00 
250 00 
500 00 



$ cts. 



1,175 15 
78 00 



762 15 



335 35 



,350 65 
150 00 



3,880 00 
1,740 93 



1,351 00 



553 25 



1,379 37 
42 02 
26 25 
11 00 
16 55 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE* 



149 



Immigration. 



Brought forward 



Assisting Immigration : — 

Printing-, Advertising and Stationery : — 
0. J. Pittman, Manager of Nova Scotia Immigration Society, 
Halifax- 
Services, supplying the Immigration Agents at Halifax and 

elsewhere with information for immigrants 

Less — Paid in May, 1884 (see Auditor's Report, 
1884-85, page 98) 



52,100 Nova Scotia pamphlets, at lfc. 



Quebec "Telegraph"— 50,000 Prof. Tanner's pamphlet- 
Composition, 97,000, at 35c . 

Presswork, 1,200 tokens, at 30c 

Extra presswork on electro 

Folding, 250,000, at 2 ty; 

Gathering and stitching, 200,000, at T ^c 

Inserting 50,000 maps, at £c 

Covering, 50,000, at j^c , 

Freight and packing, 



Ottawa "Le Canada"— 50,000 Sheldon's N.W. pamphlet- 
Composition, 78,000, at 35c...... » 

Re composition 

Presswork, 1,200 tokens, at 30c , 

Covering, folding and stitching , 

Translation, 250 folios, at 20c 



Ottawa a Le Canada" — 5,000 Broad's Temiscaming pam- 
phlet- 
Composition, 12,-000, at 35c 

Paper.. 

Presswork, 20 tokens, at 30c 

Covering, 5,000, at lc 

Folding and stitching 



1,000 Hungarian circulars 



Sherbrooke " Gazette ' '—30,000 British Association pamphlets 

Composition ,. '. 

Presswork , ,.., 

Folding 

Gathering 

Covering 

Maps < 

Packing and freight , 



Winnipeg "Times"— 10,000 pamphlets, "Guide to Manitoba 

andN.W.T." 

Jules Tache, Crown Lands Department, Quebec— 610 maps of 

Gaspe, at 50c 

Quebec " Nouvelliste "—30,000 " Agriculture in N.W.T.".— 

Composition, 80 thousand, at 50c 

Presswork, 500 tokens, at 30c »...., 

do cover, 125 tokens, at 30c 

Folding, stitching and inserting maps, 30,000, at $4 

Cartage and freight. 

8 boxes 



L. Z. Joncas— 

On account of pamphlets ,. 

Balance for purchase 

Writing special pamphlet 

R. L. Richardson, Winnipeg — 2,000 British Association pamph- 
lets, at $100 a thousand 



■Carried forward 



$ cts 



250 00 
100 00 



33 95 
360 00 

10 00 
125 00 
133 34 
250 00 

50 00 

17 64 



27 30 

5 00 

360 00 

341 67 

50 00 



4 20 
18 00 

6 00 
50 00 

5 84 



55 25 
180 00 
120 00 
160 00 

30 00 
150 00 

23 51 



40 00 
150 00 

37 50 
120 00 

12 50 
3 20 



97 50 
83 07 
50 00 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 
54,672 35 



150 00 
868 33 



1,018 33 



979 93 



783 97 



84 04 
12 00 



880 01 



718 76 
500 00 
305 00 



363 20 

230 57 

200 00 

69,868 15 



150 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



u 



Immigration. 



Brought forward. 



Assisting Immigration : — 

Printing, Advertising and Stationery :— 
Dawson Bros., Montreal— 

200 British Association handbooks, at 50c 

Advertising in British Association handbook. 



Mortimer & Co., Ottawa — 

Lithographing and printing in black 2 plans of Temisca- 

ming, 10 M. of each... 

Printing, 20,000 impressions in blue 



Paris "Canada" — Advertising, 1 column, from Oct. 1, 1884, to 

June 1, 1885, 33 insertions, at $4 

Sherbrooke " Pioneer " — 

2,000 " Vekeman's Conseils aux Emigrants,"— composition 

measuring 28,072, printed in August, 1884 

2,0C0 do do do 

100 numbers each of 12 copies of " Pioneer,' ' at $2.50 a 100... 

Advertising Antwerp exhibition - ..... 

Freight 



6. Vekeman, on account of printing ....... 

L. Benoit, purchase of MS. of Danish pamphlet written by him. 

Montreal " Eastern Townships Advocate " — 100 maps of Eastern 
Townships, mounted 

Montreal "Shareholder"— Advertising "Information to Emi- 
grants" in 25,000 papers for England 

"Canadian Land Advertiser" , 

J. M. Leet, " North- West Monthly " 

Photographs 

Electrotypes 

"Picturesque Canada," 4 parts 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office, Ottawa , 



Total, Immigration Printing and Advertising. 



Paper Jor Pamphlets: — 
Buntin, Boyd & Co., Valleyfield — 

2,132 reams double demy, super- calendered, 31 lbs., at 

9c. = $2.79 

54 reams double demy, super-calendered, 40 lbs., at 

9c. =$3.60 

17 reams double demy, fine-calendered, at $3.10 

312 do demy, assorted colors for covers, at $5 



Packing cases. 



Toronto Paper Co. (at 10c. a lb)— 

1,139 reams double demy, 40 lbs. = $4.00. 

179| do 32 do 3.20. 

70^ do 60 do 6.00. 

100 do 31 do 3.10. 

16 reams demy, colored, 23 do 2.30. 

14 do 24 do 2.40. 

8 do 22| do 2.22. 



Canada Paper Co., Windsor Mills and Sherbrooke— 

556$ reams double demy, spl. -toned, 36 lbs., at 9c. = $3.24. 

85 do toned, at $5.00 

148 do 40 lbs. = 2.60 

110 do 36 lbs., at9£c. = $3.42 

53 do 36 do 10c. = 3.60 

26^ reams for covers, at $4.50 

8 do double demy, colored, at $3.50 - , 

8 do 20x25, tinted, at $3.00 , 

1 do double demy, chromo, 50 lbs , at lie 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



5,948 28 

194 40 

52 70 

1,560 00 

7 40 



4,556 00 

575 12 

420 60 

310 00 

36 40 

33 60 

17 80 



1,803 38 

425 00 

384 80 

376 20 

190 80 

119 25 

28 00 

24 00 

5 50 



$ cts. 



100 00 
50 00 



80 00 
60 00 



42 95 

45 47 

30 00 

9 25 

1 68 



7,762 78 



5,949 52 



3,356 93 
17.C69 23 



$ cts. 
59,868 15 

150 00 

140 00 
132 00 



129 35 

100 00 

80 00 

75 00 

75 00 

25 00 

20 00 

20 00 

3 00 

2 40 

189 70 

41 67 

61,051 27 



61,051 27 



11 



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151 



Immigration. 



Brought forward. 






Assisting: Immigration :— 

Geo. A. Knadelle— 

14£ reams cover paper, at $2.40. 
Freight and cartage ,.. 



$ cts. 



Transport of Immigrants : — 

Grand Trunk Railway , 

Intercolonial Railway 

New Brunswick Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

South Eastern Railway 

North Shore Railway 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 

Bras d'Or Steam Navigation Co 

Northern and North- Western Railway 

Eastern Extension Railway 

Collingwood and Lake Superior Steamship Co. 

Allan, Rae & Co — 

Clyde Steamship Co 

St. Martin's and Upham Railway 

Ontario and Quebec Railway 

Western Counties Railway 

Union Line 

Nova Scotia Steamship Co 

Ottawa River Navigation Co 

St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway 



Less Refunds — Irish transport ... 
do Inland transport. 



Commission on Children immigrating, at $2 each 

Miss Rye 

E. A. Billbrough , 

M. M. Lacy , 

L. Birt 

J. F. Middlemore , 

A. Robert . 



Assisted Passages: — 

10,897 adults, at $4.86f 

2,491 do 4.0l| ..... 

2,028 children under 12, at $2.00f . 
223 do 1. at 0.24?. 



Advance to Allan Line not yet accounted for. 
Less— Due Torrance & Co 



Note. — The above passages were paid as follows :- 

H. & A. Allan , 

D. Torrance & Co , v 

Canada Shipping Co..... 

Ross & Co 

White Cross Line 

R. Reford & Co 



British Columbia Settlement Bonuses. 
Expenditure on Repatriation Account. , 
Meals supplied to Immigrants : — 

G. Carslake 

A. Marquette 

D. Clanaghan.. 



Carried forward., 



17,069 23 



34 80 
50 



63,784 64 

15,955 18 

443 61 

162 09 

194 50 

119 60 

103 08 

97 50 

81 77 

76 71 

42 50 

25 00 

24 00 

16 10 

10 95 

9 80 

• 9 00 

9 40 

7 ?5 

4 50 

1,268 69 
4 83 



650 00 
508 00 
478 00 
424 00 
290 00 
100 00 



53,032 06 

10,001 36 

4,071 21 

54 19 



4,000 00 
82 40 



52,875 50 

12,500 00 

3,718 75 

1,509 67 

371 88 

100 62 



$ cts. 



$ cU* 



61,051 27 



4,669 80 
4,603 65 
4,432 80 

13,706 25 



35 30 



17,104 55 



81,177 28 
1,273 52 



79,903 76 



2,450 00 



67,158 82 
3,917 60 



71,076 42 



71,076 42 



620 00 
1,245 00 



233,450 98 



152 



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11 



Immigration. 



Brought forward. 

Assisting: Immigration: — 

Mtals to Immigrants ; — 

J. H. Watson 

Law, Clarke & Go 

G. A. Vye 

E. Austin .... 

N. A. Ross 

W. J. Case 

G. R. Sangster 

W. Hallett 

W. Tofield 

T. A. Lavigne 

W. Buckley..., 

Sundry persons 



Point Levis Guardians : — 

Chief guardian, 229 day3 at $1.75, and 136 days at $1.. 
4 guardiaus, each 229 days at $1. 25, and 136 days at 50c. 

Marine Mail Clerks, for distributing pamphlets— 7 at $100 
and 1 at $50 , 



Expenditure at Tanneries' Junction : — 

Hardware ,.., 

Coal 



Freight, express and cartage 

Repairs to Immigrant Shed, Brandon 

Extra services in Agriculture Department {See page 137) 

Travelling Agents :— 

A. 0. Kellam, 12 months' salary 

do expenditure, at $2 a day 

J.Sumner, 12 months' salary 

do expenditure, at $1.50 a day 

R. Clarke, 152 days' salary, at $3 

do expenditure 

0. Lalime, 12 monhs' salary 

do expenditure , 

J. Taylor, 2 months' salary.. 



Special Services ; — 

A. S. Geralds, salary as Special Agent, Prescott. 

do expenditure 

W. E. Ibbotson, salary as Agent, Sherbrooke 

J. H. Dyson do Richmond 

do expenditure 

W. Dewart, Special Agent, Rochester, N.Y... 

W. S. Williams, destination reports 

J. Hoolahan, salary as Special Agent on trains. . . 

do expenditure ,. 

H. B. Richardson, salary as Matron, Quebec 

do expenditure 

Mrs. McCrobie, salary as Matron, Montreal 

J. Zingule, Quebec 

W. E. Price, G.T.R. immigration returns 

W. C. Henderson do 

H. de Rouville, destination reports , 

J. Mc Williams, steamship reports 

A. W. Shephard, distributing printed matter 

T. Carney do do 

W. G. Beers do do 



$ cts. 



13,706 25 



448 56 
403 00 
347 62 
326 86 
196 12 
118 50 
116 30 
105 95 
100 25 
70 00 
807 66 



C. Prudhomme, St. V. de Paul... 
A. Somerville, literary services. 
H. Lemcke do 



305 47 
265 71 



1,200 00 
730 00 

1,200 00 
547 50 
456 00 
289 25 

1,200 00 

1,306 52 
200 00 



100 00 

112 65 

500 00 

200 00 

7 25 

100 00 

165 00 

639 00 

123 00 

525 00 

21 25 

200 00 

456 25 

275 25 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

90 00 

135 00 

83 93 

160 85 

612 00 

792 00 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



536 75 
1,417 00 



$ cts. 



233,450 98 



18,234 88 

1,953 75 
750 00 



571 18 

852 07 

163 00 

3,364 45 



7,129 27 



5,448 43 



271,918 01 



11 



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153 



Immigration. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 








271,918 01 


Assisting Immigration : — 

Locating Immigrants : — 

W. C. B Grahame 




136 50 
78 00 

349 35 
35 00 
50 00 

246 00 
1,276 00 

175 00 

300 00 

500 00 
50 00 
50 00 
B0 00 




W. J. Wills 


















W. Cowan.-. »■ 






A. T. Small 






i). C Woodman 












Henry Eilber i 






J. F. Belanger 












Rev. J. Cousineau , 












G. Vekeman ., 










3.495 85 


Travelling and Incidental Expenses : — 

John Lowe, Department of Agriculture 


226 38 

16 25 

21 75 

1,017 11 

174 20 

586 18 

262 10 

229 68 

534 60 

426 50 

365 20 

700 93 

101 50 

67 50 

133 00 

164 00 

328 00 


H. B. Small do 






J. E. W. Currier do 












B. L. Baldwinson 












J. J Daley . 












W. Anderson ,» 












J. E. TStu 












C. Thibault, Secretary to Arbitrators 






R. Waugh 






P, Doyle 










5,354 88 


Expenditure by nnd in connection with Delegates ; — 


220 00 

986 66 

663 33 

150 00 

316 34 

445 00 

286 00 

285 00 

38 00 

201 50 

33 50 

92 25 

131 50 

927 21 

80 00 

63 55 


Prof. Tanner do 










R. Myer do ,., 






P. O'Learj do 






Count Esterhazy and Assistant Delegate ,..., 












Prof. W. Fream do 












W. C. B. Grahame do do 






H. J. Maas do do 






T. Bennett do do 






W.J.Wills do do 






Railway transport , 






Ocean passages > , 






Board , 










4,909 84 


Miscellaneous Expenditure:-*- 

Collecting exhibits 


606 14 

100 00 
125 80 

19 02 
4 00 

20 00 
31 00 
50 00 
40 00 

1 00 


Gratuity to E. Taylor, wife of late J. Taylor, Icelandic 






Newspapers for British Agencies.., , 






do Department..... 






H. R, Perry, M.D., professional services , 












0. Gronland, Finnish Interpreter ... 










Postage stamps 




















996 96 


285,678 58 



154 



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11 



Immigration. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


% cts. 


Brought forward 




996 96 

26 99 
50 00 

350 00 


285,678 58 


Assisting Immigration : — 

Miscellaneous Expenses :— 

Packing cases 




Aquila Walsh, expenditure 






Refund of advance to Aquila Walsh, deposited after 
Immigration Account was closed — {See " Casual 
Revenue" for 1884-85) 










1,423 95 






Total paid in Canada for Assisting Immigration... 


287,102 53 


Expenditure made by London Immigration Office :— 

Printing and stationery , 




19,140 92 

5,948 56 

1,292 24 

382 80 

1,283 21 

1,995 98 

323 08 

40 76 

7 30 

96 05 

75 68 

75 51 

12 16 

6 08 

127 39 

112 42 

907 40 
2,766 52 

1,527 17 

2,586 02 
39 30 
49 88 

1,249 88 








Postages * « 






Newspapers, Directory and Gazetteer 






Commission on children immigrating, at $2 each 

do to Steamship Agents on adult passengers, 
$5 each 


278 00 
i 

1,005 00 
21 




Difference in conversion 




Rent, , , * 






Repairs, &c . 






Electiic bells ,...., 






Winding clock , , > 












Gas and fixtures ~, , 










Insurance premium .» 






Lettering boxes , , 




* 


Income tax 






Subscription to Royal Colonial Institute 


19 46 

4 87 
10 22 
77 87 




do British Association 




do Press Fund 

Royal Agricultural Society, fees 








Exhibition Expenses — 

John Dyke, Royal Show, Shrewsbury 

T. J. Wilkinson, travelling expenses, Smithfield 
Show 


889 15 
18 25 








Freight, express and warehouse charges 






6. Yekeman 


500 00 

50 00 
155 73 
243 33 
170 33 
41 45 
24 33 
292 00 




J. G. Trion , 

Hector Fabre, lecturing 








J. fi. Cracknell do •>* 








W. Prott, distributing printed matter 




A. Zwilchenbost 








Travelling Expenses — 

Rev. G. 0. Greep 


80 00 

80 00 

458 89 

158 40 

1,095 00 

155 33 




Rev. R. F. Winter 




J. G. Colmer 




C. C. Chipman 

F. J. Dore, 








Sundry persons n 




Expenditure in connection with Swis3 Delegates 






F. J. Dore, 6 months' salary 












Carried forward 




40,016 31 


287,102 53 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



155 



Immigration. 



Brought forward. 



Assisting Immigration : — 

Expenditure made by London Immigration Office :- 
Advance to Carl Precilius, to be refunded... 

Cablegrams and telegrams 

J. Gk Colmer, contingencies 

Miscellaneous.... 



Total, Expenditure by London Office. 

Total, Assisting Immigration , 

Aid to Montreal Women's Protective Society...... 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



40,046 31 



100 00 
202 21 
243 33 
335 38 



$ cts. 



287,102 53 



40,927 23 
328,029 76 



1 000 00 



SUMMARY OF IMMIGRATION. 



Salaries in Canada, page 142 
Salaries in London do 143 
Salaries in Europe do 143 
Contingencies in Canada do 143 
Travelling in Europe do 144 
Assisting Immigration do 145 
Montreal Protective Society 



$ cts. 


30,652 38 


6,679 09 


10.089 46 


29,845 03 


17,565 18 


328,029 76 


1,000 00 


423,860 90 



156 



n 



Quarantine. 



Medical Inspection, Quebec 

Inspector, A. Rowand 

Boat service do , 



Quarantine, Grosse Isle : — 

Medical Superintendent, F. Montizambert, 8 months. 

Hospital Steward, H. J, Osgoode, 8 months 

Assistant Hospital Steward, W. Brantigan, season.... 

Norwegian Interpreter, A. Anderson, season , 

Baker, E. Masson. 

Engineer, J. Nadeau 

Cook, Annie Lathrop 

4 boatmen , 

Protestant and R. 0. Chaplains, $200 each 



Boat service 

Steam yacht " Oneida," bought from Archer Baker 

Pilotage and expenses of "Oneida" from Brockville to 
Grosse Isle 



Food and medicines . 

Dry goods, $8,18.73 ; hardware, $722.58 

Fuel, $511.75; coal oil, $28.07 

Printing and stationery, $98.14 ; straw, $24. 

Lumber, $44; sails, $35 

Contingent expenses, F. Montizambert 



Less— Refunds from sales. 



Quarantine, St. John, N.B, :— 

Inspecting Physician, W. S. Harding. 

Stewardess, C- O'Doherty 

Boat service, W. S. Harding 

Contingencies do 



Quarantine, Pictou, N.S. :— 

Inspecting Physician, H. Kirkwood , 

Steward, G. Matheson 

Boat service 



Quarantine, Halifax : — 

Inspecting Physician, W. N. Wickwire. 

Steward, J. Devlin 

Matron, M. Devlin , 

Chaplain, Rev. J. Wood , 

Boat service, W. N". Wickwire , 

Contingencies do , 



Quarantine, Charlottetown :— 

Inspecting Physician, W. N. Hobkirk. 

Steward, Geo. Henry 

Boat service , 

Contingencies 



Quarantine, Victoria, B.C. :— 

Inspecting Physician, Wm. Jackson. 

Steward, C. E.Brown, 

Contingencies , 



Quarantine, Sydney, C B :— 

Inspecting Physician, W. K. McLeod. 

Steward, S. J. Mclsaac 

Boat service 

Contingencies 



Carried forward.. 



$ cts. 



1,600 00 
500 00 
350 00 
475 00 
525 00 
208 00 
175 00 

1,541 00 
400 00 

1,340 00 
4,500 00 

100 00 



653 68 
,571 31 
539 82 
122 14 
79 00 
736 94 



$ Cts. 



1,200 00 
400 00 



5,774 00 



5,940 00 



3,702 89 



15,416 
176 



1,200 
300 
638 



400 
300 
255 



1,200 
560 
150 
100 
600 
137 



400 
300 
150 
170 



800 
400 
439 



1,000 

141 

28 



$ ctg. 



1,600 00 



15,240 02 



2,167 69 



955 00 



2,747 43 



1,020 00 



1,639 57 



1,257 86 
26,627 57 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



15? 



Quarantine. 



Brought forward. 



Tracadie Ijazaretta :— 

Rev. Superioress, salary 

Rev. J. A. Babineau, salary. 
A. 0. Smith, M.D. do 

Sundry persons, for supplies. 



Total, Quarantine Stations. 



Pnblic Health :— 

A. 0. F. Ooleman, V.S., services investigating cattle disease 

P. A. Gauvreau, M.D., inspecting vessels at Rimouski, 39 visits at $10 .. 
do telegrams 



J. McDonald, M.D., inspecting vessels at Chatham, N.B., 76 visits at $4. 
do wages of boatman.. 



J. A. Leger, M.D., inspecting vessels al Shediac, 5 visits at $4. 
do boat hire . , 



E. J. Playter, M.D., services and 400 copies of "Sanitary Journal 
J. L. Archambault, aid to French sanitary journal , 



D. H, Cameron, M.D., professional services, Emerson... 
J. S. Lynch, M.D. do Winnipeg. 
H. A. Higginson, M.D. do 



Drugs and disinfectants 

Extra services in Agriculture Department {See page 137) 

John Lowe, Secretary Agriculture Department, travelling expenses.... 

0. W. Covernton, M.D., travelling expenses to Health Convention 

do services, 8 days 

F. Montizambert, M.D., travelling expenses.,- 

J. Fletcher, Library of Parliament, on account of travelling expenses to 
British Columbia 



J. A. Langlais, on account of $2,500 claimed for 5,000 copies of Couture' s 

pamphlets 

Printing and advertising 



Telegrams ..., * 

Alfred Ogdeu, on account of purchase of steam tug. 

Transport, board and care of patients 

Cleaning drains and scavenger work, Winnipeg 

Drain tiles, $35.25; gates, $18; pump, $13.50 

Building materials and construction, Winnipeg 

Moving building, Winnipeg 

Lumber.. 



Rent of land, Sarnia 

John Dyke, Liverpool, travelling expenses, telegrams and postage for 
Cattle Quarantine 



Total, Public Health, 



Emerson Cattle Quarantine ; — 

Fencing and lumber . 

Guardian, 2 months ,. 

D. H. McFaddeu, V.S., 9 months 

do travelling expenses 

Telegrams, $42.78; labor, $847.76; hay, $809 90. 

Hauling hay, $297.50; digging wells, $52.50 

Pumps, $±0.30; hardware, $56.12; board, $111... 



Immigrant Patients in Hospital, at 60c. a day : — 

Winnipeg General Hospital, average of 53 patients a day for 14 months.. 
St. Boniface Hospital, average of 6 patients a day for 12 months 



$ cts. 



800 00 

225 00 

3G0 00 

1,900 00 



390 00 
5 75 



304 00 
144 00 


20 00 
2 00 


400 00 
400 00 


122 00 

956 00 

3 00 



213 70 
122 25 
104 00 
135 80 

300 00 



1,000 00 
179 79 



375 90 

66 75 

916 90 

107 00 

69 03 



3,542 41 

91 50 

650 00 

264 65 

1,700 44 
350 00 
207 92 



13,495 80 
1,243 80 



$ eta. 



26,627 67 



3,225 00 



29,852 57 



206 00 
395 75 
448 00 
22 00 
800 00 



1,081 00 
667 75 
278 00 



875 75 



1,179 79 
324 86 
700 00 
144 25 



1,535 68 
100 00 

653 66 

9,412 39 



6,806 92 



14,739 60- 



158 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



Quarantine. 



Extirpation of Sheep Scab in Quebec Province : — 

Legal services, C. P. Davidson 

A. W. Clement, services, 243 days at $3 

do do 92 do 5. 

do travelling and incidental expenses 



C McEachran, V.S., services, 92 days at $5 

do travelling and incidental expenses. 



O. Ooutlee services, 11 months at $50 

C. Levesque, V.S., services, 61 days at $5. 
do expenditure 



Services of guardians 

Travelling expenses of guardians., 
Expenditure by D. McEachran — 

3 horses, $370; 2 cans, $95. . 

Buggy, $35; harness, $91.75, 

Care of horses 

Not yet accounted for 



Expenditure on account of sheep slaughter., 

Lumber for shed, Laprairie , 

Erection of sheep pens 

Sheep dip, $77.25; water, $4 

Rent of land, $35; horse hire, $188 

Cartage, $56.50; hay 479.85 , 

Hardware 



Total, Extirpation of Sheep Scab. 



Cattle Quarantine, tevls s— 

D, McEachran, Inspector, 11 months, 

M. 0. Baker, Assistant, 11 do 

J. A. Couture 12 do 

C. McEachran 8 do 

W. Walsh, Caretaker 12 do 

F. Bellerive, laborer 12 do 

M. Guillet do 12 do 

J. Pouliot do 12 do 



at $1,500 per annum. 
$800 do 



$50 



R, Bunting, Inspector, St. John, 9 months 

A. Coleman, V.S., services re investigation of cattle disease 

Prot. A. Smith, travelling expenses re investigation of cattle disease in 

Kansas and Illinois ,. 

D. McEachran, expenditure- 
Travelling expenses and cab hire, self and assistants 

Telegrams , 

Telephone , 

Postages 

Office rent 

Fuel and light , < 

Clerk hire 

" Canada Gazette" , 

Boiler 

Sheep dip.. , 

Miscellaneous 



O. C. Coutlee, travelling expenses 

M.O.Baker do 

J. A. Couture, expenditure for labor, feed and travelling expenses. 

Rent of land. 

Extra services in Agriculture Department (see page 137) 



Less— Refund 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



729 00 

460 00 

1,130 89 



460 00 
209 63 



305 00 
150 00 



923 00 
102 05 



465 00 

126 75 

8 75 

11 25 

134 33 
145 86 
166 15 

81 25 
223 00 
536 35 

83 75 



431 80 

20 12 
52 45 

21 50 
30 00 

22 00 
60 00 

70 
36 95 
18 80 

8 00 



$ eta. 



31 93 



2,319 89 



669 63 
550 00 



455 00 
1,025 05 

611 75 



1,370 69 
7.033 94 



1,375 00 
733 26 
800 00 
400 00 
600 00 
420 00 
420 00 
420 00 
93 75 
10 00 

207 86 



706 32 

62 00 

93 13 

4,900 00 

121 00 
41 00 

11,402 32 
650 48 

10,751 84 



n 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



159 



Quarantine, 



Brought forward. 



Cattle Quarantine, Prinee Edward Island : — 

C. J. Hazard, salary 

do expenditure 

Medicine 

Bedding 



Cattle Quarantine, Halifax : — 

A. McFatridge, Inspector, 2 years' salary ., 
do expenditure 



Cattle Quarantine, West :— 

Prof. A. Smith, Inspector, salary 

do expenditure 

E. P. Westell, Guardian, 9 months' salary 

do expenditure 

W. Grey, salary , 



Picton Cattle Disease:— 

G. Caswell, salary, 276 days, at $3 ... 

do expenditure 

Expenditure on account of cattle slaughter. 



Inspection of Cattle entering North- West Territories :- 

Wm. McEachran, 51 days, at $10 

do expenditure 

do advance not yet accounted for 



Total, Cattle Quarantines 



Summary of Quarantine — 

Quarantine Stations 

Public Health 

Emerson Cattle Quarantine 

Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospitals. 

Extirpation of sheep scab 

Cattle Quarantines, as above , 



$ cts. 



100 00 

42 95 

4 25 

4 42 



250 00 
21 92 



500 00 

9 68 

450 00 

48 71 

456 00 



828 00 
474 49 
219 33 


510 00 

5 10 

25 00 



Total, Quarantine. 



29,852 57 
9,412 39 
6,806 92 

14,739 60 
7,033 94 

14,701 69 

82,547 11 



$ eta. 



10,751 84 



151 62 



271 92 



1,464 39 



1,521 82 



540 10 



14,701 69 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 6, 1885. 

Sir,— Let me call your attention to a discussion in the House of Commons (April 
*7th) concerning the travelling expenses of the Minister of Customs. 

The debate supports me strongly in the position I have always taken, that items 
usually charged against Civil Government Contingencies should never be paid from 
outside votes. 

Unless our practice is consistent, the public will find difficulty in understanding 
the accounts. 

I notice payments in January, March . and April, to the Secretary of your 
Department, for travelling expenses, charged to the vote for Immigration ; also in 
April, travelling expenses of Mrs. A. F. Lyster, charged to Health Statistics. These 
amounts should be transferred to Civil Government Contingencies. 

In January last a payment was made to Holland Bros, of $127.50, for a type- 
writer, and charged to Mortuary Statistics. This should have been procured through 
the Government Stationery Office. 

Yours respectfully, 

The Dep. Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



160 AUDITOR general's report, 1884-5. ii 



Agriculture Dept., May 18, 1885. 

Sir, — I have to acknowledge your letter ot the 6th instant, calling attention to a 
discussion in the House of Commons of April 7th, relating to the votes to which 
travelling expenses should be charged. 

The point, as I understand it, to which you desire to have attention directed, is 
that travelling expenses charged in the particular accounts pertaining to the service 
for which the expenditure was incurred, could not so readily be seen as when charged 
to the account of Civil Government Contingencies. 

[ am to inform you, that after a careful consideration, nothing is found in this 
reference to alter the decision which was arrived at by the Minister of Agriculture^ 
with respect to the entry of items in the accounts to which the charges, from the 
nature of the service, actually belong. 

Travelling expenses which relate simply to the Department generally are 
always charged to Contingencies ; but there are certain other charges for travelling 
which are placed to the account of special votes for the reason that they belong to, 
and that their object is, to give effect to such votes. 

So far as relates to the point that these items are not so plainly seen, 1 have to 
remark, with respect to the Immigration vote, for instance, that there is probably 
no part of the public accounts which seems to attract more attention. 

All items for travelling expenses, moreover, which have been authorized in this 
Department, are always clearly shown separately, in connection with the name of 
the officer or other person authorized to incur them, without being grouped under 
any general heading. 

I have, &c, 
The Auditor General. J. LOWE, Secretary. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, May 20, 1885. 
Sir, — To remove any misapprehension that may exist in your mind with refer- 
ence to my letter of the 6th inst., I desire to state that the travelling expenses which 
I wish charged to " Civil Government Contingencies" are those incurred by the 
inside employees of your Department. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Dep. Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOTJGALL, A.G. 

Agriculture Dept., May 30, 1885. 
Sir, — I have to acknowledge your letter of the 20th inst., in which you inform 
me that the kind of travelling expenses to which you referred in your letter of the 
6th inst. had reference to the inside employees of the Department. In reply, I have 
to state that your first letter left no doubt on that point, and I beg to say, that in 
my letter to you in reply to it, I did inform you that all travelling expenses referring 
simply to Departmental service are charged, in our accounts, to Contingencies, while 
those which particularly and essentially refer to special votes, and are necessary to 
give effect to them, are charged to such votes. 

I have, &c, 
The Auditor General. J. LOWE, Secretary. 

Agriculture Dept., September 3, 1885. 

Sir, — In looking over the details of expenditure in your appropriation account 
under the head of Immigration, which you were so good as to communicate to the 
Department, I find that in five items there should be a little change of form to make 
the account accord with our vote, as specified in the Estimates, and as explained in 
previous years. 

A. Gaunt, a Messenger of the Toronto Agency, is paid a salary of $1 per day 
($365), but you have entered $515. The $150 is not salary, but payment for special 
extra services authorized by the Minister, and therefore should be entered as such 
under the general expenditure of this vote. Mr. Gaunt is only a temporary employe, 
and does not come within any of the definitions of the Civil Service Act. 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 161 



H. B. Clay, in the Halifax Agency, is entered at $349 50 as salary, but he being 
only a temporary assistant employed during the winter time, no special vote was 
taken for salary, the payment being made from the general vote, under which head 
it should be entered in the appropriation account. 

At the Winnipeg Agency, J. M. Trimble, Caretaker, is entered in your account 
at $730 for salary, and Mr. E. Ohlen, interpreter, is also entered in the tame account 
for $499.75 for salary. These employes being temporary, no special vote for salary 
was taken for them, they being paid from the general expenditure, under which head 
the entries should be made. 

At the Port Arthur Agency, O. Mellbye is entered in your account for salary as 
Messenger at $360.50. This employe also is purely temporary and no vote was 
taken for him ; the payment ma le to him being from the general expenditure, under 
which head this item should be charged. 

I have, &c, 

J. LOWE, Secretary. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 5, 1885. 

Sir, — I have your letter of the 3rd inst. (referring to my salaries' statement) in 
which you point out that certain payments introduced in that statement, are only of 
a temporary nature and should be charged to the vote, for general expenditure. 

In treating the payments referred to as I did, I followed the course adopted by 
me in previous reports, of placing the payments to messengers and interpreters 
employed at agencies under the vote for Salaries of Agents and employes. 

If any change be made, the payments to Clay, Mellbye and Ohlen who are 
temporary employees, might be classed under Contingencies of Agencies. The other 
payments being for the tervices of persons continuously employed should, I think, 
remain where they have been placed. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Dep. Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

Agriculture Dept., Sept. 11, 1885. 

Sir, — I have to acknowledge your letter of the 5th instant, on the subject of the 
heads under which the salaries of Agents and Messengers should be charged ; and in 
reply to inform you that only those appointed by Order in Council and for whom 
provision is made in the Estimates can be charged under the head of " Salaries to 
Agents and Employes." All other temporary employes come under the head of 
general expenditure. The esiimates for our vote were framed in accordance with 
this classification, and the accounts of the Department are also kept in accordance 
with it. 

In respect to your remark relative to the continuous employment of temporary 
agents or other employes, that may be a question for the consideration of the Minis- 
ter in framing the next Estimates, but the fact at present is, that such persons are 
treated as temporary employes. 

The several statements furnished by this Department to you have indicated such 
distinction as between the several classes of employes. 

I have, &c, 
The Auditor-General. J. LOWE, Secretary. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 14, 1885. 
Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 11th inst., I regret that we do not agree upon 
the mode in which the accounts should be subdivided with reference to the Appro- 
priations. 

I cannot, however, see my way to changing the position taken by me, so far as 
my own report is concerned. 

Yours respectfully, 
!The Dep. Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

3-11** 



162 auditor general's report, 1884 5. ii 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. *7, 1885. 
Sir, — la settling ap with Mr. W. G. Gaunce, Special Agent in Europe, no account 
was taken of $2o0 advanced him in October last, by cheque 12290. 

1 would be glad to know how this advance was accounted for, and to have the 
vouchers in connection with the same. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The D. M. of Agriculture. 

Note by Auditor General — Further correspondence, which took place after this 
form was in type, will be found in Part I, with the Appropriation statements for 
Immigration. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 7, 1885. 
Sir, — I notice that Mr. Colmer, of the London Office, gets a sura of $24. 33 
monthly for, as he states, " sundry contingent expenses in connection with the public 
service for which vouchers are not obtainable." 

I would like to be supplied with statements in detail of such expenditure. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The D. M. of Agriculture. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 14, 1885. 
Sir,— -I notice that J. W. Down, Agent at Bristol, England, paid out $1,753.22 
for postages during the past fiscal year. 

It strikes me that Mr. Down ought to be able to give vouchers in connection 
with such large expenditure. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Deputy Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

Agriculture Dept., Oct. 31, 1885. 
Sir, — I have to inform you in reply to your letter of the 14th instant, that a re- 
quest will be made to have vouchers furnished for the items of postage in the accounts 
of Mr. Down, the Agent of this Department at Bristol, England. I am aware that 
Mr. Down was authorized to distribute large numbers of publications through the 
mail. 

I have, &c, 
The Auditor-General. J. LOWE, Secretary* 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 29, 1885. 
Sir, — I beg to point out that the payments made in June last to the various 
Post Office Inspectors for services in connection with the' collection of Agricultural 
Statistics are irregular and contrary to the Civil Service Act, Sec. 49. 

Yours respectfully, 
The Dep. Minister of Agriculture. J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



1« 



Pensions. 



Pensions Authorized by Statute. 



^Pensions to Judges : — 

Supreme Court— Hon. Sir W. B. Richards 
do J. T. Taschereau ... 



Quebec — Hon. A. Lafontaine, to July 7, 1884 .... 

do T. J. J. Loranger 

do P. Winter , 

do W. Badgeley 

do J. A. Berthelot 

do A. Polette 

do R. McKay 

do W. 0. Meredith, from November 



1884... 



Ontario — Hon. J. M. Lauder . .. 
do G. M. Boswell ... 

do J. R. Gowan ..... 

do J. G- Stevenson, 



Nova Scotia— Hon. L. M. Wilkins, to March 15, 1885 .. 

do Sir Wm. Young 

do W. F. Des Barres, to June 16, 1885 
do J. W. Ritchie .. 



$ cts. 



5,333 28 
4,666 56 



43 10 
2,666 64 
2,333 28 
3,333 24 
3,333 24 
2,666 64 
3,333 24 
2,999 97 

1,599 96 
1,866 60 
1,866 60 
1,599 96 

1,888 87 
3,733 32 
2,562 93 
3,333 24 






New Brunswick— Hon. E. Williston. , 

Miscellaneous Pensions : — 

Nova Scotia— Hon. W. H. Crawley 

British Columbia— Capt. P. J. Hankin, 12mos. to March 31 

A. F. Pemberton 

H. M. Ball 

E. H. Sanders , 

W. H. Spalding , 



do 
do 
do 
do 



" Militia Pensions : — 

Upper Canada— War of 1812— 

July to December, 1884, 56 payments of $40 
January to June, 1885, 60 payments of $40 . 
Arrears of 1883-84 



Lower Canada— War of 1812— 

July to December, 1884, 4 payments of $30. 

January to June, 1885, 3 payments of $30. . 

do 1 payment of $9.20. 

Arrears of 1883-84 



Military Asylum Pensions, Quebec : — 
November, 1884, 24 payments of $12. 
May, 1885, 21 payments of $12 



-Superannuation :— 

423 allowances, current June 30, 1885 (see page 165) 

Less— Not paid, 45 new allowances, from July 1, 1884, to 
dates when granted * 



26 allowances, from July 1, 1884, to dates of death 
Arrears of 1883-84 , 



12 gratuities in place of retiring allowances 

(For further details of Superannuation, see page 165.) 

Pensions and Gratuities Authorized by Statute. 



2,595 56 
1,622 16 
2,266 56 
1,999 92 
1,622 16 



2,240 00 

2,000 00 

200 00 



120 00 

90 00 

9 20 

30 00 



288 00 
252 CO 



200,490 88 
7,223 10 



$ cts 



9,999 84 



20,709 35 



6,933 12 



11,518 36 
1,733 28 



1,200 00 



10,106 36 



4,440 00 



249 20 



193,267 78 

5,197 44 

378 52 

4,792 47 



$ cts. 



50,893 95 



1L306 3$ 



4,-689 2© 



540 GO 



203,636 21 



271,065 72 



£_11J** 



164 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Pensions. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cU, 


Pensions under Supply Bill. 

Miscellaneous : — 




80 00 
1,200 00 














1,280 00 


Neva Militia Pensions — Fenian Raid : — 


2,209 60 
2,247 67 


12 pensions to 12 females and 9 children .. 










4,457 27 
14,070 00 


Veterans of War of 1812 :— 

469 payments for year, of $30 each 




Compensation to Pensioners in place of Land : — 

Major Milligan, lodging allowance as Staff Officer of Pen- 




462 33 
292 00 

983 07 

905 20 








Pensions, July to December, 1884— 2 officers, at $29.20.... 
do 95 men, at $9.73 , 


58 40 
924 67 




Pensions, January to Judo, 1885— 2 officers, at $29.20.... 


58 40 












2,642 60 








22,449 87 









DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



:cs 



Pension**. 



Superannuation and Gratuities — Detail*. 



Service. 



Cash Paid* 

Gov.-General's Office ., 

Privy Council 

Justice Department 

Militia 

Secretary of State 

Interior 

Indian Affairs 

Audit Office 

Finance Department . .. 

Receiver-General 

Inland Revenue 

Customs 

Post Office 

Agriculture 

Marine 

Fisheries 

Public Works 

Railways and Canals... 

House of Commons 

Senate 



Total...$203,636.21 



Inside. 



$ cts. 

1,563 96 

1,122 00 
2,284 44 
4,398 08 
2,561 20 
8,075 14 



3,356 19 
8,183 86 
1,758 84 
2,400 00 
2,001 29 
4,569 30 
1,955 64 



1,344 00 
5,380 49 
1,68C 00 
6,523 09 
3,634 06 



62,791 58 



Name. 



Allowances Current June 30 
1885. 

John Langton 

B. A. Meredith 

J. W. Dunscomb 

Jos. Lesslie 

A. Brunei 

Robert Lemoine 

Alfred Patrick 

Geo. Futvoye 

H. Bernard 

G. T. Kingston. 

Alex. J. Russell 

Alex. McNabb 

F. Braun 

Norris Godard 

Andrew Russell ,.. 

G. B. Spencer 

F. P. Rubidge 

Gilbert McMicken 

John Kidd 

A. Woodgate 

Lindsay Kussell 

Carried forward 



Outside. 



$ cts. 



7,625 76 



120 00 
821 34 

2,724 24 
1,924 80 
13,028 56 
54,084 52 
24,089 68 
3,079 00 
13,372 20 

1,417 20 
18,557 33 



140,844 63 



Amount. 



$ cts, 

2,716 44 
2,520 00 
2,478 00 
2,449 92 
2,400 00 
2,379 96 
2,379 93 
2,240 00 
2,004 48 
1,857 60 
1,819 92 
1,714 92 
],680 00 
1,680 00 
1,671 24 
1,663 92 
1,663 20 
1,579 80 
1,563 96 
1,552 32 
1,549 90 

41,565 54 



Name. 






Amount. 








$ cts. 


Brought foi 
J. P. Leprohon 


•ward.... 




41,565 54 

1,543 92 
1,540 00 
1,440 09 






F. M. Passow « 


J. W. Peachy 


John Howe 


1,399 92 
1,376 62 
1,344 00 
1,344 QO 


W. H. Jones 


J. S. Dennis 


W. F. Whitcher 


Jas. A. Green 


1,260 00 




I,V60 CO 


Chas. McCarthy - 


a ...a.. 


1,260 00 


H. B. Paulin 






1,260 00 


Hon. Joseph Pope 


1,260 00 
1,231 92 
1,228 44 


Thos. Wily 


Thos. Foote 


E. C. Barber 


1,224 90 
1,197 75 


Alex. Fraser, Quebec. 


G. P. Dickson 


1,188 00 


J. H. Thorne 


1,188 00 


Thos. Hector , 


1,155 00 


F. A. Hioieworth 


1,122 00 


T. C. Bramley 


1,1 2J 04 


N. N. Ross r 


1,120 0O 


Francis Gourdeau, sen 






1,075 20 


J. W. Harper 






1,054 00 


Joseph Austin 


1,050 00 


R. Kimber 


1,048 78 


John Flanigan 


1,039 92 


P. LeSueur 


1,024 20 


J. N. Ross 


1,018 66 


50 AllowaRces over $1,000, total.... 


76,941 67 


6 do between 


950 & $1,000 


5,854 40 


3 do 


900 — 


950 


2,744 52 


4 do 


850 — 


900 


3,533 16 


7 do 


800 — 


850 


5,798 88 


7 do 


750 — 


800 


5,387 17 


5 do 


700 — 


750 


3,700 08 


8 do 


650 — 


700 


5,438 79 


16 do 


600 — 


650 


10,006 68 


11 do 


550 — 


600 


6,413 88 


10 do 


500 — 


550 


5,251 68 


15 do 


450 — 


500 


7,132 89 


29 do 


400 — 


450 


12,421 90 


18 do 


350 — 


400 


6,752 80 


23 do 


300 — 


350 


7,645 63 


31 do 


250 — 


300 


8,491 16 


40 do 


200 — 


250 


8,813 08 


46 do 


150 — 


200 


8,125 07 


57 do 


100 — 


150 


7,276 82 


33 do 


50 — 


100 


2,615 62 


4 do of 50 or less... 


145 00 



423 Allowances current June 30, 1885 



200,490 



166 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18815. 



ii 



Militia. 



Military Branch and District Stall'. 

Salaries paid under Statute : — 

Major-General F. D. Middleton, 11 months from Aug. 1, '84. 
Col. Walker Powell, Adjutant-General 



Salaries paid under Supply Bill : — 

Lt. H. E. Wise, A.D.O. to Major-General, 8 months from 

Nov. 1, 1884 

9 District D. A. 'sG., at $1,200 pay and $500 staff allowance— 

Lt.-Col. Jackson, District No. 1 

Lt.-Col. Denison do 2..... 

Lt.-Col. Villiers do 

Lt.-Col. Lamontagne do 

Lt.-Col. VanStraubenzee do 

Lt.-Col. Harwood do 

Lt.-Col. Duchesnay do 

Lt.-Col. Taylor do 

Lt.-Col. Houghton do 



3. 

4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
9. 
10. 



Col. Walker Powell, staff allowance as Adjutant-General. 
Lt.-Col. Irwin, Inspector of Artillery 



Col. Walker Powell, allowance for acting as Commander 
of Militia from March to June, 1884 (voted specifically) 



Brigade Majors. 



L.-Col. Aylmer, District No. 1, pay and allowance 

- do travelling expenses 

do advance not yet accounted for $1(0 00 

do less amount unexpended July 1, '84 35 75 



do 

Lt.-Col. Milsom, 
do 
do 



postage and stationery allowance, 



District No. 2, pay. 
travelling expenses, 
postage allowance. 



Lt.-Col. Lewis, District No. 4, pay. . 
do travelling expenses 

do postage allowance.. 



Lt.-Col. Mattice, District No. 5, pay 

do travelling expenses ...... 

do postage allowance 

do rent of Brigade Office, 1 year 

do wood for office, 10 cords, at $4.75. 



Lt.-Col. Worsley, District No. 5, pay 

do travelling expenses 

do advances unaccounted for $125 00 

do less am't. unexpended, July 1, '84 27 50 



do 



postage allowance. 



Lt.-Col. Hughes, District No. 6, pay. 
do travelling expenses. 

do postage allowance.. 



Lt.-Col. Taschereau, District No. 7, pay 

do travelling expenses 

do advance unaccounted for $100 00 

do less am't. unexpended, July 1, '84 40 00 



do 



postage allowance. , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 
1,700 



1,200 00 
241 75 



64 25 
87 74 


1,200 00 

274 20 

96 00 



1,200 00 

354 50 

36 76 

1,200 00 

213 77 

36 79 

75 00 

47 50 



1,200 00 
113 75 



97 50 
45 00 



1,200 00 

107 75 

37 48 

1,200 00 
467 95 



60 00 
62 23 



$ Cts. 



$ cts<. 



3,666 67 
2,600 00 



6 266 67 



666 66 



600 00 
2,300 00 



1,570 20 
1,591 26 

1,573 06 

1,456 25 
1,345 23 



1,790 18 
10,919 92 



18,866 66 
266 66 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



167 



Militia. 



Brought forward. 



Brig arte Majors — Continued. 



Xt. -Col. McShane, District No. 9, pay.. 
do travelling expenses. 

do postage allowance . 



I.t. -Col. Freeland, District No. 12, pay, 9 monthg'to April 1, '85. 

do travelling expenses- 

do postage allowance 

do letter book , 



Lt.-Col. Irving, 
do 
do 



District No. 12, pay, 3 months from April 1, 

travelling expenses 

postage allowance 



'85. 



Transport, Canadian Pacific Railway 

do Grand Trunk do 

North Shore do 

International do 

Northern and North-Western Railway. 

Quebec Central Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Co..., 
SS. "Admiral" 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Ammunition. 



^Cartridge Factory, Quebec : — 

Major O. Prevoet, Superintendent . 

Lt.-Col. Forrest, Paymaster, 9 month?, to April, 1885... 
Major Lampson, Acting Paymaster, 3 months, April to June 

Pay of clerks and foremen ... 

Pay of Workmen , 

Pay for piecework 

Deferred pay 

A. J. Duchesnay, travelling expenses .* 

J. Baile, coal, steam, 274 tons, at $4.22 

do nut, 9 tons, at $6.70 



$ cts. 



1,200 00 


337 68 


70 30 


868 00 


47 18 


5 00 


3 25 


300 00 


52 50 


2 50 


75 95 


91 41 


11 60 


8 65 


6 20 


4 50 


1 40 


35 25 


9 00 



J. Voyer, wood, 6 cord?, at $6 

Quebec Gas Co., coke, 7 chaldrons, at $4 

J. Baile, coke, English, 20 chaldrons, at $6.75. 

J. F. Hossack, astral oil, 147 gallons, at 28c 

do lamps and chimneys 

L. Roy, laboratory clothing, 5 suits, at $7 

Mrs Cote, laboratory shoes, 5 pairs, at $2.50.... 
Davidson & Horan, sheeting, 30 yards, at 43c. 

J. Eamel et frere, cotton, 5i yards, at 40c 

do batts, 200 lbs., at 18c , 

F. H. Andrews & Son, cotton waste , 

Making bags for clay pressing machine 

Buntin & Co, paper, manilla, 78 reams, at 75c. 
J. & W. Reid, paper, 40 reams, at 84c 



do twine... 

F. Collette et tie., 
do 



beeswax, 
do 



1,179 lbs. 
650 lbs. 



at 33c. 
at 28c. 



Beaudet & Chinic, machine oil, 2 barrels 

Normander & Prince, varnish, 5 doz., at $1.80 



O'Neill & Judd, tar, 1 barrel. 

A. Parent, clay, 21 loads, at $1.60. 

A. Dion do 6 do 3.10, 



Carried forward, 



1,155 67 
60 00 



28 00 
135 00 



$ Cts. 



10,919 92 



1,607 98 



923 43 



355 00 



58 50 
33 60 



389 07 
182 00 



33 60 
18 60 



243 96 



1,227 14 

149 94 

50 06 

2,220 67 

6,951 50 

7,718 12 

32 56 

13 75 



1,215 67 
36 00 



163 00 
41 17 
33 63 

35 00 
12 50 
12 90 
21 60 

36 00 
70 47 

2 40 



92 10 
2 25 



571 07 

59 55 

9 00 

6 00 



52 20 
20,836 25 



$ cts, 



14,050 29 



168 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834*5. 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




20,836 25 

34 80 
90 55 
25 05 

316 52 
344 40 
133 98 

65 20 

10 50 

200 72 

116 47 

144 71 

34 00 

25 34 

14 88 
256 00 

93 70 

24 60 

100 00 

26 40 
26 83 
20 00 
10 00 

303 75 

15 00 
13 21 
75 29 
13 21 

317 27 

42 50 

33 70 
10 40 




A in iii u ni tiou — Continued. 
O. Fortin, soft soap , m 






Hudon, Hebert et cie., alcohol, 81*48 gallons • 




£. Giroux et freres, chemicals 






Ansonia Brass and Copper Co., brass strips, 1,544 lbs., at 20jc 
Beaudet & Chinic, hardware 










Z Vandry et fits, tin boxes for cartridges, 609, at 22c 






P. P. Giguere, tin lids for ammunition boxes 






J. R. Kane, iron boxes, 6, at $1.75 ., 






Pulleys and shafting 






Belting 

Iron and castings « 










P. P. Giguere, plumbing and repairs .« 






D. J. Wilkinson & Co., drills 






W & D Bell, fireclay, 744 lbs., at 2c 






J. Mnthieu, conversion of ammunition boxes, 3,200 at 8c 






do carpenter's work 






B. Leonard, painting floor 







G.F.Phillips do cartridge filling machine 

F X. Drolet do bullet machines 






L. Brown do crimping machines 






J. Samson, inspecting boilers 






Allan Steamship Co., freight 






Quebec and Levis Ferry Co., freight 






Graud Trunk Railway do 

Cartage „ 

J. R Healey, Customs dues 


- 




Postage, cartage and sundry repairs 






•Quebec •' Nouvelliste," printing 131,640 wrappers 


33 00 
9 50 




do do labels and work tickets.... 




u Courier du Canada " do 30,000 wrappers 

do cutting paper, 44 hours ... 
Order book and labels 


15 00 
13 20 
























23,775 23 


General Service :— 

Beaudet & Chinic, gunpowder, 15,744 lbs. at 17$c 

Canadian Pacific Railway, freight 




2,755 20 

603 12 

271 24 

378 84 

3 85 




Grand Trunk Railway do 






Freight, per R. J. McDonell, Paymaster, B.O 

Advertising , 










4 012 25 


Issues from English Government Stores : — 

3 wagons, complete, sling, without limbers, at $410 87 


1,232 61 
534 00 

22 41 
137 97 

28 84 
202 78 
332 56 
315 21 
497 19 
777 85 
667 95 
238 06 
315 78 
296 77 

74 91 
462 14 

92 55 




3 limbers, wood, complete, at 178.00 






9 swingle trees, at 2.49 






1,080 lbs. R L. G- gunpowder, at 12.77$ 






200 lbs. Adams' pistol powder, at 14 42 






2,000 lbs. blank L.G. do O.lOJp.lb. 
4,100 lbs. shell do 0.08£ do 
150 empty shells, at 210 14 














300 do 165 73 






500 do 155.57 

500 do 133.59 

500 empty spherical shells, at 47.62 

300 solid R. B. L. gun shot, at 105 26 

150 case do 197 85 







50 do do 149 82 






1,000 solid spherical shot, at 46.22 

470 time fuses, wood, 15 sec, at 196.92 p. M. 











Carried forward 




6,229 56 


27,787 4» 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



16* 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ «t8. 


Brought forward 

Ammunition — Continued. 

itsuesfrom English Government Stores — Concluded. 
2,000 time fuses, common, at 8.09 per 100 
2,000 do do 7.24 




6,229 58 

161 82 

144 78 

291 69 

252 66 

222 65 

56 07 

10 88 

56 84 

69 15 
23 22 
16 97 

231 17 
65 70 
81 82 

70 59 
407 41 

35 18 
15 20 
12 98 
64 48 

135 05 
40 56 

36 41 
98 43 
54 14 

184 99 
8 31 

78 39 
5,652 83 

610 60 

662 91 

1,757 59 

1,191 24 

77 87 

26 61 

84 36 

200 29 

79 26 
47 81 

871 27 
225 07 


27,781 48 






1,000 percussion fuses, at 29.16 






2,000 .empty cartridges, flannel, at 12.63 






2,000 do do 11.13 

500 do silk cloth, at 11.21.... 






500 vent piece primers, at 21.76 

4 vent pieces for R. B. L. guns, at 14.21 ..... 






1,000 metal fuse-hole plugs, at 6.91J 

500 do common, at 4.64 

450 do do 3.77 






600 steel vent servers, at 46.231 






60 copper vents for iron and steel ordnance, at 1.09* 






600 cartridge lubricators, at $16,361 






1,114 tin cylinders 






250 zinc do for cartridges 






600 paper do do at $7. 05 M 






500 wood sockets do at 3.04 




.2,000 metal shell rivets, at 0.65 , 






100 wood sponge stave heads, at 0.64£ 






20 large wadmiltilts, at 67.50 . 






20 6mall do 2.03 






600 tin cups for B L. rifled guns, at 7.28 .. 






600 hook borer bits, at 16.40J. 






100 do handles 






100 do hooks 






100 common wood cylinders 






56 yds copper wire cloth . . 






37,390 lbs. braBS strips 






2,810 lbs. copper do 

19,S30 lbs. iron do 






31 tons pure pig lead, at $56. 69 j 






222 reams brown paper 






32 do white tissue paper, at $2.431 






175 lbs. packing twine, at 0.15J 






41 lbs. fulminate of mercury, at 2.06 






728 lbs. orange shellac, at 0.27£ , 






Chemicals 






Oil and tar , 






519 packing cases „ 






Barrels, casks and powder bags « 












Add 5 per cent. Departmental expenses 


20,544 62 

1,027 23 

292 69 




Montgomerie & Workman, shipping charges 








21,864 Sk 


48 empty guns, without fuse-hole plugs, at $413.11 per 100 

108 common R. M. L. shells, at 191.43 

64 empty spherical gun shells, at 47.61 


198 27 

206 74 

30 48 

51 76 

205 05 

164 97 

47 86 

4 13 

4 28 

12 48 

32 

4 12 
750 80 
364 40 

7 €8 
O 58 

5 82 

2,059 74 








112 solid spherical shot, at 46.23 






156 cartridges, silk cloth, filled, at 131.42..1 

132 do flannel, 7 lbs. do 124.98 

44 do do 6 lbs. do 108.77 

27 lbs pistol service powder, at 15.32 


***• 




2 flannel powder bags, 16 lbs., filled, at 2.14 






8 do 10 lbs. do 1.56 






4 lbs. shell powder, at 0.08 






112 grummet wads, at 3. 68 . 






1,800 time fuses, metal, at 41.71 

1,500 plain percussion fuses, at 24.29| 






60 wood time fuses, at 15.35 






8 do do 7.24 ... 






12 common do 8.09.... 










— | 


Carried forward: «.. ,.~....« ...... . ...^. 4 





4&,«S2 02, 



170 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Ammunition — Continued. 

Juuesjrom Her Majesty's Stores, Halifax: 
64 metal fuse hole-plugs, at 
108 do do 

175 copper friction tubes, at 
48 brass shell primers, at 
72 wood shell bottoms, at 
72 metal shell rivets, at 

Packing cases and powder kegs .-.. 



4.64. 
3.77. 
2.24. 
53.84. 
6.86. 
0.66. 



Add 15 per cent. Departmental expenses.. 

SS. " York City," freight and lighterage 

Total, Ammunition 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



2,059 74 



116 98 



2,194 95 
329 22 



eta, 



49,652 02 



2,524 17 
160 68 

52,336 87 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 



in 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Clothing;. 

Auclair & Gagne, Ottawa — 

1,539 Artillery cloth tunics, at $6.79 


10,449 81 

12,586 29 

1,656 64 

6,940 89 

11,654 55 

6,911 25 

3,261 56 

485 28 


53,946 27 
25,000 00 




2,001 Rifle do 6.29 




496 Artillery serge blouses, at 3.34 




2,337 do trousers, at 2.97 




4,005 Infantry serge do 2 91 




2,375 Rifle do do 2.91 

2,434 grey flannel shirts, at 1.34 




3,033 linen towels, at 0.16 










Less — Payments in 1883-84 








$5.48 


10,428 44 

5,480 00 

8,501 76 

3,610 00 

450 00 

698 54 

209 40 

15 00 

28 50 

65 00 

62 50 

147 37 


28,946 27 


Jas. O'Brien & Co., Montreal— 

1,903 Infantry overcoats, attached capes, at 
1,000 Rifle do do 
1,476 Artillery do do 
500 Cavalry do do 
50 Special do detached capes, at 
106 do School overcoats, at $ 6.69 


29,696 51 
4 37 


5.48 




5 76 




7.22 




9.00 








20 great watch coats, at 10 47. 




20 capes for do 75 








26 Infantry do 2.60 




25 Artillery do 2.50 * 




Military cloth, 98J yards, at 1.50 - 










Less — Deduction for buttons.... 










17,855 10 
1,870 00 

9,893 60 
6,034 08 
4,004 88 
1,327 17 


29,692 14 


H. Shorey & Co., Montreal — 




500 serge tunics, at 3.74 , 




O'Brien, Keiran & Co., Montreal — 

1,490 Artillery tunics, at $6.64 , 


19,725 10 


967 Rifle do 6.24 




1,517 Artillery trousers, at 2.64 




533 Infantrv do 2.49 








21 259 73 


C. & J. Webb & Co., London, Eng.— 

500 Infantry tunics, at $3.34^ 2 


1,672 92 

187 37 

159 26 

93 71 

10 00 

34 79 




22 Drummers do 8.51f 




59i yards No. 1 military cloth, at $2 67f 






59£ do 2 do 1.58| , 




220 yards yellow lace, at $6.57 per grs 

Packing and eases 






Infantry Glen- 


2,158 05 


Maynard, Harris & Co, England— 1,000 blue 
garries 






331 13 


R. Watson, Ottawa — Inspecting clothing, 182 j days, at $10 

Allowance to soldiers for forage caps, at 50c 






1,825 00 
855 00 






Geo. Oreeggan, Kingston, Artillery tunic 

do do trousers 


8 50 
5 60 






Advertising , . 


14 00 
1,448 01 


Total, Clothing 






106,254 4a 









172 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Militia. 



$ cts. 



miliary Stores. 

Military District No. 1 : — 

Sloan & Sloan, wood, 55 cords, at $5.00 

do coal, 13 tons, at 6.50 

Drugs, $180.84 ; hardware, $15.42 , 

Washing, $98.10; repairing guns, $38.25 

Repairs to harness and accoutrements 

Rope, tent lines and tent pins 

Transport of stores, $42. U ; work at stores, $25.25. 
Stoves and pipes 



Military District No. 2 :— 

Hatdware, $192.95 ; harness and repairs, $163.75 

Washing blankets, $145.95; cleaning stovepipes, $12.90 

Drugs, $100.80; warehouse truck, $12.50 

Cartage, $71.89 ; moving stores, $76.35 

Coal, 8 tons, at $6.50 

Wood, 6 cords, at 6 50 

do 6 do 5.33£ 

Painting and repairing guns 



Gas, Toronto, $31.35 ; gas, Brantford, $29.80 
Caretaker at Niagara 



Knapsack boards and eyes. 
Transport 

Needles, thread and tent buttons. 



Military District No. 3 :— 

I. Noble, wood, 33 cords, at $6.20 

Cartage, $126.00; transport of stores, $50.76 

Field levels, 6, at $7.50 

Repairs to harness, $30 00; washing blankets, $69.94 

Painting gun carriages, $28.00; freight, $6.60 

Tent pins and cord, and hardware ~ 



Military District No. 4 :— 

Pay of storemen and caretakers (including storemen at Ottawa) 

Cartage .' 

J. Heney, wood, 52 cords, at $3.00 .. 

Coal, 8 tons, at $7 00 

Lumber, $137.38; hardware, $102.70 

Stoves and pipes, $82.65 ; repairing guns, $14.50 

Cleaning tunics of Governor General's Foot Guards, T. J. Benbow. 

Water rates, $55.25; washing, $51.80 

Repairs to harness, *3i.50 ; leather laces, $27.84 

Oil, lamps and wicks, $29. 72 ; gas, Ottawa, $20.90 

Flags, $15.34; needles and thread, $11.52 

Brooms and soap, $14.87 ; transport of stores, $4.99 

Telegrams and cab hire 

Socks and mitts, 1 dozen pair of each 

Inspecting band instruments 

Pritchard & Mingard, repairs to stamps 

Drags, $2.95; charcoal and bone dust, $2.25 

Repairs to palliasses 

Plumbing, $2.05; oilcloth, $1.25 



Military Districts Nos. 5 and 6 : — 

D. Sleeth, wood, 40 cords, at $8 00 

do do 7$ do 7.50 

Boat hire, St. Helen's Island.. 

Washing, $190; drugs, $128.03 .., 

Horse, St. Helen's Island, 50c. a day 

Stores for Montreal Engineers 

Arm chests, 50, at $2.25 

Straps, and repairs to harness 

Lighting Montreal Drill Shed in June, 1885, 18 nights, at $4.50 

Rope and oil, $38.70 ; packing cases, $37.25 

Transport of stores, $53.20; cartage at Montreal, $114.70 



Carried forward 



275 00 
84 50 
196 26 
136 35 
82 50 
60 25 
67 39 
23 65 



356 70 

158 85 

113 30 

148 24 

52 00 

39 00 

32 00 

39 02 

61 15 

30 00 

39 50" 

29 44 

10 35 



204 60 
176 76 
45 00 
99 94 
33 60 
10 70 



5,224 75 

348 15 

312 00 

56 17 

240 08 

97 15 

54 00 

107 05 

60 34 

50 62 

26 86 

19 86 

9 69 

7 50 

5 00 

3 15 

5 20 

1 70 

3 30 



320 00 

56 25 

261 00 

318 03 

182 50 

139 81 

112 50 

99 20 

81 00 

75 95 

167 90 

1,814 14 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



113: 



Militia. 




Brought forward. 



Military Stores— Continued. 

Military Districts, Nos. 5 awe? 6— Continued. 

Brushes, brooms and whiting 

Laborers and caretakers . 

Soap and pipeclay, $24.60 ; hardware, $17.95 

Painting and repairing guns 

Connecticut and Passumpsic Railway 

R. Phillips, hotel expenses in Montreal, 14 days , 

Repairing office chairs 

Buckets and color poles 

Binding and lock, $7.20 ; gun ornaments, $9 60 

Overshoes, 5 pairs, at $1 50 - , 

Lt -Col. Fletcher, travelling expenses , 

Military District No 7 : — 

Beaudet & Chinic, carpenters' tools 

Hardware, $111.03; hoops, $22 , 

Brooms, oil and chimneys. 

Transport guns, Quebec , , 

Drugs, $54.90; washing, $54 65 

Carting, $54.00; transport of stores, $33.10 

Coal, 5 chaldrons, at $8.55 .. 

Snow shovels, 100, at 40c 

Cotton gloves, $12 ; Customs entry, $2.53 

Military District No. 8 : — 

Brooms, oil and cotton waste * , 

Wood, 14 cords, at $6.75 „ 

Coal, 10 tons, at 6.15 

Drugs, $73.79; hardware, $78.85 

Washing and repairing blankets 

. Repairing tents, $30 54 ; cartage at St John, $62.30.... 

Lumber, spikes and labor (Artillery competition) , 

Cleaning stovepipes, $22.86 ; transport of stores, 73c.... 

Magazine shoes and slippers , 

Stove, with pipes and coal 

Lumber, $17 50; water at St. John, $13 

Arm chest fittings, 12 sets, at 70c 

Overalls, 4 sets, at $2 

Marking rifles, $2.10; repairing pouche3, $1.64 

Military District No. 9 : — 

Western Express, carting 

Fishwick's Express Line, carting , 

W. Roche, jun., coal, 7 chds., at $6.45 

do " wood, 1 cord 

Refitting and inspecting 3 medicine chests ;... 

Drugs, $36.27 ; repairing bugles, $21.00 

Oil, paper and twine, $14.78 ; stove and fittings, $10.50 
Lumber, $12 50 ; repairiug tents, $16.50 

» Transport of stores, $7.81 ; freight from England, $5.43 
Pay of Armoury Sergeant examining gun... 

Military District No. 10 : — 

Arm chests, 25, at $1.50 

Wheelbarrows, 3, at $8 ^ 

Repairing tents, $33.75 ; repairing harness, $20.00 

Work at stores, $22.20 ; brands, $5.50 ~., 

Tent pegs and buttons 

Military District No. 11 : — 

Albion Iron Works, targets, 4 ., 

Blankets, green, 25 pairs » 

Skids and levers, $53.50 ; hardware, $21.10 

Carried forward 



1,814 14 



30 18 


55 00 


42 55 


57 00 


10 07 


21 00 


10 00 


10 00 


16 70 


7 50 


2 25 


265 89 


133 03 


89 88 


76 80 


109 65 


87 10 


42 75 


40 00 


14 53 


96 73 


94 50 


61 50 


152 64 


59 70 


92 84 


30 00 


23 59 


21 56 


22 50 


30 50 


8 40 


8 00 


3 74 


129 12 


68 01 


45 15 


3 80 


47 30 


57 27 


25 28 


29 00 


13 24 


97 


112 50 


24 00 


43 75 


27 70 


13 50 


162 50 


116 00 


74 60 



$ cts, 



9,238 62 



2,076 39 



859 53: 



706 IS- 



419 14 



221 45 



353 10 13,521 32 



174 



AUDITOE GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Military Stores — Continued. 



Military District, No. 11 — 

Coal, 5 tons, at $7.75 

Gas, Victoria, $33; stoves and pipes, $27.87 

Freight, $58.71 ; cartage, $35.25 

Survey of drill shed lot 

Soap, matches and brooms .. 

Wood, 1 cord 

Boat hire, $6.50 ; glazing, $6.00 



Military District No. 12 : — 

Rope and blocks, $81.80 : hardware, $22.71 

Carting stores, $46.55: drugs, $7.90 

Coal, 16 tons, at $2.80.'. , 

do 12 do 3.50 

do carting and trimming 

Wood, 6 cords, at $4.25 

Mess tins, 43, at 45c 

Repairs to arm chests, $11 29; brooms and oil, $1.20. 
Gas, Uharlottetown 



General Service : — 

S. & H. Borbridge, Ottawa— 

1,200 pairs braces, at 35c 

46 do 34c 

1,000 coat straps, at 30c ... 

753 black haversacks, at 60c. 

500 do do 55c. 

3,000 white do 40c. 

804 do do 35c. 

1 leather bag 



Dugal & Co., Quebec — 

911 pairs black leather mitts, at 60c. 
511 fur caps, at $1.18 , 



R. 



J. Devlin, Ottawa — 

1,000 forage caps, at 75c 

7 pairs moccasins, at $1.30. 



Heney & Lacroix, Montreal — 

2,002 great-coat straps, at 24c 

Less— Freight charges to Ottawa 



J. Hall & Co., Bowmanville — 

500 pairs black leather mitts, at 60c. 

100 do white buck gloves, at $1.25. 

1 case 



Price's Patent Candle Co., London— 

323$ gallons Rangoon oil, at 65 T 7 c 

bill of lading, freight aud insurance 



G. Reiffenstein, Ottawa— 

2 chemical fire extinguishers, at $54.50. 
Extra chemicals 



A. Lavigrne, Montreal, 5,000 tent pins, at l^c 

R. C. W. McCuaig, 2h dozen grenade extinguishers, at $ 9. 
F. C. Wurtele, Quebec, 2f do do 12 

J. Martin & Co., 100 pairs Infantry band wings, at 33£c 

A. Stephens, inspecting coat straps, 2 days 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



353 10 



38 75 
60 87 
93 96 
12 50 
9 00 
7 50 
12 50 



104 51 
54 45 
44 80 
42 00 
14 00 
25 50 
19 35 
12 49 
10 55 



420 00 

15 64 

300 00 

451 80 

275 00 

1,200 00 

281 40 

3 50 



546 60 
602 98 


750 00 
9 10 


— — 


480 48 
3 45 


. 



300 00 

125 00 

1 00 



212 53 

14 50 


109 00 
9 00 



75 00 
22 50 
27 00 
33 33 
10 00 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



17* 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Military Stores — Continued. 

General Service — Continued : — 

Issues from English Government Stores — 

1 set officer's harness, and saddle 

2 sets driver's do 

2 sets universal do 

16 lambskins for officer's saddlery 

20 sheep skins for driver's harness . 

20 do universal saddlery 

402 Bridoon bits, with head rein, $1.29f 

150 driver's whips, at 35$c 

100 horse brushes, at 60c 

100 curry combs, at 27£c -.. 

50 water sponges 

.100 hoof pickers, at IOjC 

2 farrier's cases, with hammer, pincers and rasp 

5 smith's chests of tools, at $57.30 

5 do do 35.87 

1 set field forge tools 

20 lifting jacks, at $7.36 

Armorer's tools and brushes 

3 Watkin's range Adders, at $41.37 

6 prismatic compasses, at $7.97 

6 leather sketching cases, as $2.01 

500 buft leather waist belts, at 85^c 

550 do pouch do 61c 

50 black leather ammunition pouches, at 85£c 

500 leather do 73c. 

50 wood water bottles, at 20£c 

50 leather water bottle carriages, at 28Jc 

50 cavalry swords, with scabbards, at $4.84: 

1 arm chest for 20 rifles 

100 copper bugle mouth pieces, at $2.07 .. 

25 bugle mouth pieces, at 36£o 

25 trumpet mouthpieces, at 42$c 

25 brass trumpets, with chains and mouthpieces 

100 green bugle strings, at 36£c 

25 Royal do 424c 

300 yards flag bunting, at 10§c , 

3 Royal standard flags 

24 Union service flags 

21^ lbs. silk twist, at $3 57 

1,000 yards linen tent duck, at 15£c 

10 cwt. tent line 

678 fathoms three-strand hawser cordage 

500 yards packing canvas 

Emery-cloth and powder 

Glass paper, 25 quires 

Scratch-card on ieather, 102 feet 

Rasps and files. 

Lithographs 

50 spade", at 40*c 

50 shovels, at 33£c , 

30 wood handspikes, at $2.17 

500 common wood handspikes 

1 set weighing scales with weights , 

3 coopers' adzes .. 

3 do socket drivers, 59c 

Needles and scissors , 

30 bayonet scabbard tips, at 17c 

20 leaves, assorted, with caps and slides 

200 trigger guard eyelets 

10 carbine butt-plate traps , 

30 common R.B.L. empty gun-shells, at 75c , 

Carried forward 




32 51 

56 52 

51 20 
272 53 

70 57 
89 76 
521 71 
53 23 
59 82 
27 38 

6 25 
10 65 

7 94 
286 52 
179 36 

55 02 
147 22 

15 47 
124 10 

47 82 
12 04 

425 84 
334 58 

42 58 
365 00 

10 15 

14 16 

242 32 

5 95 

206 83 

9 12 

10 65 

48 67 
36 50 
10 65 
31 94 
29 87 

52 32 
76 94 

152 08 

134 44 

119 16 

38 02 

4 82 
3 04 

7 24 

19 05 

5 31 

20 28 

16 73 
65 09 

679 31 

8 57 
3 16 

1 76 

2 a 

5 17 
8 92 
2 12 
35 
22 52 



$ eta. 



20,709 06 



5,399 94 2Cr,74J8I^S 



176 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



12 



Militia. 



Brought forward 



Illlitary Stores— Continued. 

General Service — Continued. 

Issues from English Government Stores — Goniinned- 
500 common R.B.L. empty gun-shells, at 63$e 
39 sections do do 

1,000 shrapnel-boxer empty gun-shells 

20 empty spherical shells, at $2 68 



100 soli.i spherical shot, at 97$c 

20 K.B.L. gun case-3hot, 20$ lbs 

20 do do 11 J lbs 

60 empty shells, at $1.12$ 

144 wooden shot and shell boxes 

500 empty cartridges, 8 lbs., at $8.90 per 100. 
2,500 do If do 4.84§ do .. 

1,500 do 1 do 4.46 do .. 

100 empty flannel cartridges, 8 oz 

200 *do do l$lbs 

56 do do S.B. guns 

100 lbs. white worsted for cartridges, at 36$c. 



700 paper cylinders for cartridges, at $7 04 per 100. 
3 brass cartridge gauges 



700 cartridge lubricators, at $16.36 per 100 

1,000 percussion fuses, at 29.16 do 

1,000 timefuses, 15 seconds, at 15.35$ do 

600 do 5 do 13.06 do 

1,500 metal fuse-hole plugs, at 3 77 do 

120 do do (small) 6.08 do 

20 do do (shrapnel diaphragm) 

1,500 brass shrapnel shell primers, at $53 84 per 1,000 

700 vent-piece primers, at $2.17 per 100 

3,500 B.L. snider snap caps, at $4.05$ per 100 

10,000 copper friction tubes (short) 

2 large wadmiltilts 

Fuse and shell implements 

50 wood sponge staves, at $2.46 

6 do do 1.93 

100 do stave-heads, at $1.07$ 

56 canvas sponge caps 

500 tin cups for B. L. rifled guns, at $7.29 

226 lbs. tarred hawser cordage, at lie ... 

226 do white do 14|c 

50 hambie lines, at 38$ 

60 lbs. marline, at 15£c 

336 cotton sponge cloths, 28c. per dozen 

4 sponge coatings, at $1.64 , 

50 large screw drivers, at 38$c , 

60 leather funnels, with copper spout- 

75 Lanyard's friction tubes 

150 brown leather fuse and hook borer pockets 

150 leather tube box straps 

100 dummy drill tubes 

160 hand chain burnishers 

Rockets, cartridges, fuses and friction tubes, whole and sections 

200 lbs. black lead lacquer for bore of guns 

4 baskets for tin oil bottles 

1,106 tin cylinders - ~ 

Casks 

Packing cases 



Add — 5 per cent. Departmental expenses 

Montgomerie & Workman, shipping charges.. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



5,399 94 



316 64 


91 96 


1,115 28 


53 65 


97 32 


31 86 


20 70 


67 40 


150 52 


44 52 


121 16 


66 92 


8 72 


14 92 


10 54 


36 50 


49 26 


6 31 


114 54 


291 59 


153 54 


78 37 


56 66 


7 29 


1 39 


80 76 


15 23 


141 93 


224 28 


13 50 


40 16 


122 68 


11 56 


107 47 


14 73 


36 41 


25 20 


32 08 


19 27 


7 60 


7 95 


6 57 


19 28 


36 19 


7 08 


58 54 


27 37 


75 74 


27 37 


127 00 


16 23 


81 


84 92 


19 42 


106 21 


9,920 94 


495 87 


712 12 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



177 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Military Stores — Continued. 

General Service* — Continued. 

Transport — Grand Trunk Railway 

North Shore Railway 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co 

Canada Atlantic Railway „.. 

Canadian Express Co 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

do Steam Navigation Co. 

Steamer "Scotland" 

North Shore Railway , 

New Brunswick Railway 

International Railway 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 

Dominion Express Co 

Quebec Central Railway 

Ottawa River Navigation Co 

St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway 



Queen's Printer.. 
Stationery Office 
Advertising 



Total, Military Stores 



Armories and Care of Arms, 
Pay of Storekeepers, Caretakers and Armorers :— 



London 

Toronto 

Kingston 

Ottawa 

Montreal 

Quebec 

St John, N.B. 6 

Halifax 8 

Winnipeg 3 

Victoria 3 

Charlotte town 3 



5 men. 

7 do. 

8 do . 
1 man. 

18 men. 
16 do . 



do ... 
do- 
do... 
do... 
do... 



Allowance /or Care of Arms, see page 180. 



$ cts 

1,768 00 
3,270 65 
3,679 80 

365 00 
7,684 45 
6,929 75 
2,577 75 
3,777 50 
1,965 50 
1 595 00 

815 42 



cts. 



1,027 29 

590 74 

337 44 

313 01 

247 25 

180 87 

108 91 

97 79 

85 67 

66 13 

53 33 

18 24 

13 55 

13 60 

4 65 

3 45 

2 10 



cts. 



31,837 9» 



3,164 02 
877 12 
459 56 
234 63 

36,573 32 



34,328 82 
23,678 35 



58,007 17 



3 -12** 



178 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Militia. 


Drill 
Instruction. 


Care 
of Arms. 


Postage 

anl 

Stationery. 


Brought forward .. 

Details of Allowances. 

Military District No. 1 : — 


$ cts. 

195 00 
350 00 
300 00 
40 00 
280 00 
390 00 
341 25 
292 50 
325 00 
390 00 
292 50 
243 75 
487 50 
520 00 
406 25 

80 00 
341 25 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
40 00 
20 00 
60 00 
400 00 
320 00 
388 00 
240 00 
292 50 
325 00 
341 25 
341 25 
471 25 
170 00 
341 25 
240 00 
357 50 
357 50 
292 50 
20 00 

146 25 
195 00 
120 00 
200 00 
40 00 
240 00 
240 00 
292 50 
390 00 
292 50 
292 50 
292 50 
390 09 
292 50 

40 00 

20 00 

200 00 


$ eta. 

120 00 


$ Ctff. 

20 00 


1st Provisional Brigade Field Artillery 


10 00 


London Field Battery „ .. 




5 00 


40 00 

"'3II 95 
280 00 
240 00 
309 14 
235 99 
205 20 
176 72 
357 40 
299 58 
312 60 

120 00 
420 00 

""40 OO' 

50 00 
40 00 
400 00 
320 00 
240 00 
240 00 
24) 00 
240 00 
280 00 
28ft 00 
360 00 
200 00 
280 00 
240 00 
270 00 
320 00 
200 00 
40 00 

180 00 
240 00 


2 00 


7th Battalion 

22nd do 


35 00 
40 00 


24th do 

25th do 

26th do 

27th do 


35 00 

30 00 
40 00 
30 00 


28th do 


30 00 


29th do , 


30 00 


30th do 

32nd do 


50 00 
40 00 


33rd do 

Military District No. 2 : — 

Governor General's Body Guards 

2nd Regiment Cavalry .- 


45 O0 

14 00 
35 00 


Hamilton Field Battery, 


2 00 


Toronto do 

Welland Canal Field Battery 

Collingwood Garrison Artillery 


2 00 
4 00 
2 00 


Toronto do 


2 00 


Sault Ste. Marie Mountain Artillery 




2nd Battalion M 

10th do 


50 00 
40 00 
42 00 


13th do „.. 


30 00 




30 00 


20th do 


35 00 




35 00 


34th do , 


35 00 
50 00 


36th do 


14 00 


38th do 


35 00 
30 00 


44th do 


40 00 
40 00 




30 00 




4 00 


Military District No. 3 : — 


15 00 


4th do do 


20 00 
2 00 




2 00 




40 00 

"*240«o' 

240 00 
320 00 
240 00 
160 00 
400 00 
240 00 
240 00 

60 00 


4 00 
30 00 


15th do 


30 00 


16th do « 


30 00 


40th do 


40 00 


45th do 

46th do 


30 OO 
30 00 


47th do 

49th do 


50 00 


57th do 


30 00 


Military District No. 4 : — 

Prescott Troop Cavalry 


2 00 


l Princess Louise Dragoon Guards 

Gananoque Field Battery , 


""i'oo* 






OTiliidak- m£& Carried forward 


14,576 75 


10,308 58 


1,360 00 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



119 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Details of Allowances-— Continued. 

Military District No. 4 : — 

Ottawa Field Battery 

Prescott Garrison Artillery 

1st Battalion Governor General's Foot Guards. 
18th do 



41st 


do 


42nd 


do 


43rd 


do 


56th 


do 


59th 


do 



Military District No. 5 : — 

5th Provisional Regiment Cavalry. 
6th do do 

Montreal Field Battery 

Richmond do 

Shefford do 

Montreal Garrison Artillery 

St. Johns do 

Montreal Engineers 

1st Battalion, P.W.R 

3rd do 



5th 


do 


6th 


do 


11th 


do 


50th 


do 


51st 


do 


52nd 


do 


53rd 


do 


54th 


do 


58th 


do 


60th 


do 


79th 


do 



St. Johns and St. Scholastique Infantry Company. 

Military District No. 6 : — 

64th Battalion , 

65th do 



76th 


do 


80th 


do 


83rd 


do 


84th 


do 


85th 


do 


86th 


do 



Military District No. 7 : — 

Queen's Own Hussars 

Quebec Field Battery 

Gasp6 Garrison Artillery. 
Levis do 
Quebec do 
8th Battalion 



9th 
17th 
23rd 
55th 
6lst 
70th 
81st 
87th 
88th 
89th 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Drill 

Instruction. 



Dorchester Provisional Battalion. 
Chicoutimi Company 



3— 12J** 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 
14,576 75 



200 00 



300 00 
152 50 
357 50 
292 50 
315 00 
341 25 
428 75 



243 75 
200 00 
250 00 
203 00 
200 00 
300 00 
40 00 
120 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
520 00 
357 50 
487 50 
276 25 
120 00 
243 75 
487 50 
292 50 
390 00 



292 50 
320 00 
292 50 
292 50 
357 50 
390 00 
390 00 
390 00 



80 00 
200 00 

30 00 

80 00 
120 00 
240 00 
320 00 
390 00 
195 00 
292 50 
243 75 
292 50 
292 50 
292 50 
292 50 
390 00 
195 00 

30 00 



29,594 25 



Care 
of Arms. 



$ cts. 
10,308 58 



40 00 



148 32 
141 67 
239 34 

177 16 
252 52 
250 00 



180 00 
180 00 



40 00 



320 00 
320 00 
320 00 
240 00 



240 00 
400 00 
240 00 
320 00 
40 00 



240 00 



240 00 
240 00 
240 00 
230 00 
226 00 
240 00 



40 00 
80 00 



318 00 

150 00 
240 00 

151 69 
236 85 
232 67 
214 22 
186 84 
261 72 
155 08 

40 00 



18,360 66 



Postage 

and 

Stationery. 



180 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



n 



militia. 



Brought forward 

Details of Allowances— Continued. 



Military District No. 8 : — 

8th Provisional Regiment Cavalry.., 

Newcastle Field Battery , 

Woodstock do , 

New Brunswick Garrison Artillery. 

Brighton Engineers 

62nd Battalion , 

67th do ■ 

71st do 

73jrd do 

74th do 

St. John Company 

St. George Company 



Military District No. 9 :— 

King's Troop Cavalry 

Sydney Field Battery 

Digby Garrison Artillery 

Halifax do 

Lunenburg do 

Mahone Bay Garrison Artillery. 
Pictou do 

Yarmouth do 

63rd Battalion , , 

66th do 



68th 


do 


69th 


do 


72nd 


do 


75th 


do 


78th 


do 



Cumberland Provisional Battalion. 
Victoria do 



Military District No. 10 :— 

Winnipeg Cavalry 

do Field Battery.... . ... 

90th Battalion 

Emerson Company 

St. Boniface Company 

St. Jean Baptiste Company 

Prince Albert Mounted Rifles (3 years). 
Battleford Infaatry Company , 



Military District No. 1 1 : — 

British Columbia Provisional Garrison Artillery. 

New Westminster Company 

Victoria Rifle Company , 

Nanaimo do .'. 



Military District No. 12 :— 

Prince Edward Island Garrison Artillery ... 

Charlotte town Engineers , 

82nd Battalion , 

Prince's Company 

King's Company , 



Total, Postage Allowance, see Contingencies (page 189), 

do Care of Arms, see Public Armouries (page^l77) 

do Drill Instruction ." 



Carried forward. 



Drill 
Instruction 



% cts. 
29,594 25 



341 25 

200 00 

200 00 

390 00 

40 00 

240 00 

426 25 

357 50 

243 75 

292 50 

40 00 

10 00 



30 00 



20 00 

280 00 

40 00 

30 00 

40 00 

40 00 

240 00 

320 00 

520 00 

552 50 

292 50 

292 50 

341 25 

243 75 

243 75 



40 00 
160 00 
240 00 



20 00 
10 00 



100 00 



Care 
of Arms. 



260 00 
40 00 

335 00 
50 00 
20 00 



37,166 75 



$ cts. 
18,360 66 



420 00 



160 00 
40 00 

28*473 

280 00 
200 00 
240 00 



40 00 



60 00 



35 83 

284 25 

40 00 

40 00 

40 00 

28 49 

240 00 

320 00 

311 15 

327 05 

227 01 

240 00 

270 88 

172 67 

200 00 



158 45 
40 00 



Postage 

and 

Stationery. 



180 00 
40 00 



80 00 



198 01 
80 00 
39 17 



23,678 35 



n 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



181 



Militia. 


$ ets. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




19,661 59 

3,251 99 
153 28 




Annual Drill of 1884. 

Military District JVo. 1 :— 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 10 officers r 


476 51 
2,792 40 
1,027 88 

312 36 
2,621 76 
2,487 93 
2,340 66 
1,639 50 
3,122 17 
2,840 42 




do 1st Prov. Brigade Field Artillery, 153 offi< 
do London Field Battery, 77 
do Sarnia Garrison Artillery, 41 
do 7th Battalion, 320 
do 26th do 265 
do 27th do 265 
do 29th do 176 
do 32nd do 367 
do 33rd do 317 


jers and men 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 




Fatigue parties 


13 25 

1,116 86 

783 41 

889 01 

425 81 

11 75 

7 50 

3 50 




J. Lockver, beef, 16,070 lbs., at $6. 95 




J. Bridle, bread, 24,105 lbs., at 3jc 




Fitzgerald & Co., groceries, 16,053 rations , 




T. Taunton, forage, straw and wood 




Medicines for hor3es 




Candles and coal oil - 




Board of sick men at London Hospital 












Repairing fences and levelling ground 


18 83 
22 20 
43 00 
64 25 
5 00 




Transport of baggage, 33rd Battation 




Erie and Huron Railway, transuort 




Cartage .*. 




London "Free Press," printing 100 Orders ....- 










Military District No. 2 : — 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 10 officers 


419 58 
1,671 08 

943 95 
1,009 21 
1,007 62 

274 71 

238 86 
3,537 60 
2,980 36 
3,089 86 
2,310 15 
2,784 62 
2,059 25 
2,416 44 
2,537 07 

112 96 


23,0®S 86 


27,393 32 
3,119 49 

670 33 


do Governor General's Body Guards, 93 offic 
do Hamilton Field Battery, 77 
do Toronto do 70 
do Welland Canal do 63 
do Collingwood Garrison Artillery, 40 
do Toronto do 58 
do 2nd Battalion, 438 
do 10th do 370 
do 12th do 353 
do 13th do 277 
do 34th do 312 
do 36th do 222 

do 77th do 269 
do Sault Ste. Marie Rifles, 29 


ers and men 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 




G. F. Frankland, beef, 14,936 lbs., at 8£c 


1,269 56 
588 10 
720 09 
326 54 
164 70 
50 50 




Wm. Carlyle, bread, 22,404 lbs., at 2|c 












Robinson & McArthur, wood, 30J cords, at $5.40 , 

Drawing water, $33 : hogsheads, $17.50 












27 25 

15 eo 

10 00 

53 00 

127 00 

21 60 

35 00 

204 02 

168 26 

9 20 
























Teaming guns of Welland Canal Field Battery 

Northern and North- Western Railway, transport 




do " Chicora " do - 














31,183 14 








54,250 00 



182 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



11 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Cti 


Brought forward 




54,250 00 


Annual Drill— Continued. 

Military District No. 3 : — 

Pay, Brigade Staff, Kingston Camp, 10 officers 


569 04 

548 58 

3,260 20 

1,066 01 

802 00 

921 92 

320 76 

2,393 76 

2,368 48 

2,300 14 

2,449 36 

2,504 62 


19,504 87 
1,993 28 

1,433 46 
321 27 


do do Trenton do 11 do 




do 4th Regiment of Cavalry - } 169 officers and men , 




do Durham Field Battery, 81 do 




Pay, Kingston Field Battery, 49 Officers and men 




do Gananoque do 67 do 




do Cobourg Gar. Artillery 43 do 




do 14th Battalion 295 do 




do 15th do 283 do 




do 16th do 235 do 




do 45th do 273 do 




do 49th do 258 do 








Trenton Camp — 

Fatigue parties, $55.32; markers, $18 


73 32 

839 60 

377 82 

399 24 

73 50. 

68 00 

6 50 

50 00 

56 11 

18 14 

14 50 

16 55 




Z. Whitten, beef, 8,396 lbs., at 10c 




J. Lysaght, bread, 12,594 lbs., at 3c 








J. J. Rowe, forage, 210 rations, at 35c ...- 




T. D. Kinsella, wood, 17 cords, at $4 




Cicolari & Daley, printing forms 








Cartage, 35 loads, $52.50 ; telegrams. $3.61 




R. P Fidler, freight, oil and lime 




J. Massie, Veterinary Surgeon 




Cab hire and moving expenses .. 




Kingston Camp — 
W. Waddington, beef, 4,032 lbs., at $6.97 


281 03 
220 75 
171 05 
568 25 
82 16 

6 30 
10 40 
19 20 
32 71 

5 00 

7 00 
10 00 

9 60 
10 00 

161 00 

105 25 

55 02 




R. Carnov3ki, bread, 6,048 lbs , at $3.65 




J Crawford, groceries, 4,032 rations 

T. J. Donoghue, forage, 2,643 rations, at 21$c 




I. Noble, wood, 12*64 cords, at $6.50 








Fatigue party » 

Building stores and latrines 

Repairing guns and targets, Cobourg Garrison Artillery... 

Dr. Waters, attendance do 

Lt.-Col. v illiers, cab hire ,..„ 






23,252 88 


Stationery, $3.35 ; cartage, $6.25 


Making target, Port Hope Garrison Artillery ,. 

Transport, Central Ontario Railway. 

do Steamer "Hero". « 

do Deseronto Navigation Co 






673 73 

200 00 
766 00 
580 74 
1,066 C6 
2,719 34 
1,875 07 
2,700 45 
2,729 98 


Military District No. 4 : - 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 18 Officers 


13,311 37 
13.311 37 




do Prescott Troop Cavalry, 37 Officers and men 


do Princess Louise Dragoon Guards, 30 Officers and men. 
do Ottawa Field Battery, — Officers and men 


do G. G. Foot Guards, 340 do 


do 41st Battalion, 191 do 


do 43rd do 267 do 

do 59th do 295 do 




J. Stagg, beef, 9, 446 J lbs., at 7£c 

R. McGrory, bread, 14,188$ lbs., at 3|c ... 


684 88 
496 58 
412 28 

1,593 74 


Fitzsimmons Bros., groceries, 9, 435 J rations 


Carried forward 


77.502 8» 







DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 



183 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 




1,593 74 


13,311 37 


77,502 89 


Annual Drill — Continued. 








Military District No. 4 :— 












289 60 






J. Stagg, wood, 28f cords, at $7.75 


220 02 


2,103 36 










Re-building butts and making targets 


43 34 




Lumber and flag-staff. 


30 00 








80 50 






Cartage of stores - 


98 60 






Oil and candles.... 


,, „.... 


11 35 






Markers at butts .» 




7 50 
10 50 

6 11 
12 50 






Sergt.-Major Baxter, hotel expenses 








Brockville "Times," printing posters 










300 40 




Transport Expenses — 










Lt.-Col. D. A. Macdonald 




38 15 
18 50 






Lt.-Col. Lamontagne t 




Capt. Gourdeau 


.28 45 

20 30 

9 50 

239 12 






Sergt. Hewlett ,. 




C. H. O'Meara. 




Canada Atlantic Railway * 




St. Lawrence & Ottawa Railway 


43 65 






Grand Trunk Railway ... 


13 20 


410 87 
















16,126 00 






Military Districts Nos. 5 and 6 : — 










Pay, Brigade Staff (Laprairie) 11 officers 




590 34 






do do (St. John's) 11 do 


507 02 








5,103 12 






do 6th do 28 


do 


462 42 






do Montreal Field Battery, 75 


do 


1,307 80 






do Richmond do 45 


do 


998 82 






do Shefford do 80 


do 


1,470 76 






do Montreal Garrison Artillery, 266 


do 


2,136 44 








do 


223 80 






do Montreal Engineers, 57 


do 


420 60 








do 


2,190 00 






do 3rd do 27t> 


do 


2,341 72 






do 5th do 263 


do 


2,144 04 






do 6th do 283 


do 


2,380 44 








do 


3,172 72 






do 51st do 213 


do 


2,063 86 






do 53rd do 187 


do 


1,720 20 






do 54th do 201 


do 


1,891' 51 






do 65th do 325 


do 


2,678 82 






do 83rd do 211 


do 


2,185 88 






do 84th do 195 


do 


2,0! 6 58 






do 85th do 250 


do 


2,359 74 






do 86th do 193 


do 


2,087 96 


42,305 59 




St. Johns Camp — 










F. Daniels, meat, 8,276 lbs., at 9c 


m ..'. 


744 84 








434 49 
372 21 












162 84 






L. Papineau, forage, 186 rations, at 30c....... 




55 80 








32 66 






Cartage, water and lime 


44 95 






Box for papers, and camp boards 


13 40 






Oil and candles 


10 31 
4 00 






Whitewashing ». 




Sample rations......... ......... ........ ,.r 


2 09 


1,877 59 
















Carried forward 


44,183 18 


93,628 88 



184 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Annual Drill— Continued. 

Laprairie C amp- 
le. Barbeau, meat, 8,591 lbs., at 10c 

A. Hebert, bread, 12,886£ lbs , at 3$c 

L. A. B. Charlebois, groceries, 8,591 rations - 

J. Brosseau, wood, 25t\ cords, at $8 

P. Dumouchel, cartage and water 

E. Gervais, forage, 183 rations, at 35c , 

Fatigue parties 

Pay of markers 

Transport of stores 

Camp boards and lettering 

Advertising 

Babcock & Son, Laprairie, printing posters 

Transport, Stanstead Camp.... 

Medicines for horses, Stanstead Camp 

Transport of Richmond Field Battery, Camp Melbourne 

Shefford Field Battery, rent of ground for shell practice 
do cartage 

Lt.-Col. de Bellefeuille, travelling expenses 

Lt.-Col. Fletcher do 

Transport— North Shore Railway 

South-Eastern Railway t , 

Central Vermont Railway „ 

Laprairie Navigation Co •«■•. 

Ottawa River Navigation Co , 

Steamer ' ' Filgate ' '. , 

Shedden Co., Montreal, cartage H 



Military District No. 7 : — 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 10 officers . 

do Queen's Own Hussars 

do Quebec Field Battery 

do Levis Garrison Artillery 

do Quebec do 

do 8th Battalion 

do 9th do 

do 17th do 

do 70th do 



67 officers and men 



82 
86 
126 
330 
355 
347 
271 
do Dorchester Provisional Battalion 173 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



G. Canier, meat, 9,618 lbs., at 7$c 

N. Chouinard, bread, 14,427 lbs., at 2|c 

J. Goulet et freres, groceries, 9,618 rations 

Water supply 

P. Kobitaille, wood, 30 cords .. 

G. Broomer, cartage ., 

P. Samson, repairs and building sheds 

Transport — Steamer "St. Louis" 

Quebec and Levis Ferry Co 

Advertising .. 

Military District No. 8 : — 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 15 officers and men . „ , 

do Lt.-Col. Baird, 12 days paying corps 

do 8th Regiment Cavalry 119 officers and men 

do Newcastle Field Battery 62 do 

do Woodstock do 67 do 

do New Brunswick Garrison Artillery 229 do 

do Brighton Engineers 46 do 

do fit. George Infantry Company 37 do 

Carried forward « ....... 



$ ets. 



859 10 

451 03 

556 90 

200 61 

122 46 

64 05 

47 84 

15 00 

97 67 

3 75 

10 60 

1 50 



8 00 

9 15 
16 00 
16 00 

5 00 
63 35 
40 30 

179 00 
110 16 
74 80 
249 28 
204 94 
7 50 

6 00 



530 
1,462 
1,024 
610 
922 
2,479 
2,913 
3,514 
2,773 
2,110 



721 
396 
644 
52 
240 



38 

76 

225 

31 



765 95 

88 44 

2,593 97 

1,221 72 

1,210 84 

1,926 18 

501 54 

285 36 



8,594 00 



$ cts. 



44,183 18 



2,430 61 



$ etf. 



93,628 88 



988 48 



18,341 92 



2,054 89 



459 30 



47,602 17 



20,856 11 



H2.087 14 






Si 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE 



155 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

15,370 27 
1,535 €3 

150 62 

19,773 77 
1,695 17 

1,126 79 


$ eta. 


Brought forward 


8,594 00 

2,101 68 

1,836 71 

2,547 12 

290 76 


162 087 145 


Annual Drill— Continued, 

Military District No. 8 : — 

Pay, 62nd Battalion 232 officers and men 
do 73rd do 188 do 
do 74th do 231 do 
do St John Rifle Company 38 do 




P. Gallagher, beef, 4,968 lbs., at 8c 


397 44 
110 40 
364 32 
293 01 
313 72 
56 94 




do mutton, 1,104 lbs, at 10c . 




Gnlbert & Hornibrook, bread, 6,072 rations, at 6c 








'R. C. Tait, forage, 1,364 rations, at 23c 




do wood, 19f cords, at $2 90 








R. C. Tait, cartage 

Fatigue party, 8th Regiment Cavalry 


34 75 
4 00 

63 00 
1 12 

10 00 
21 25 

6 50 

11 00 

648 06 
807 41 

278 36 
2,168 52 

248 16 

279 36 
270 00 

2,144 76 
2,894 64 
2,947 S3 
3,038 46 
2,451 27 
1,597 24 




Woodstock Field Battery, rent of ground and repairs to guns 

Expenses of target practice 

Deputy Adjutant- General, Acting Brigade Major, transport 
Steamer " Empress," transport . 








Advertising « 

Military District, No. 9 : — 

Pay, Brigade Staff, 17 officers and men 


I 17,056 72 






do Digby Garrison Artillery, 36 do 




do Halifax do 268 do 








do Pictou do 36 do 




do Yarmouth do 36 do 




do 63rd Battalion 239 do 




do 66th do 346 do 




do 68th do 284 do 




do 69th do 292 do 




do 72nd do 245 do 




do 75th do 183 do 








J. M. Anderson, beef, 10,03©A lbs., at 6^c 


651 98 
564 21 
621 48 

7 50 
50 00 




Faders Bros, bread, 15,045f lba., 3|c 

Dodge & Lawrence, groceries, 10,030$ rations 

Straw, 1$ tons, at $5 

T. D. Harris, sinking wells and supplying pumps 




W. A. Purcell, making targets and fixing range 

Boat target 

<Japt. Bland, hotel and transport expenses 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 


50 00 

10 00 

13 60 

1,017 54 

9 75 
10 50 

5 00 
10 50 




Steamer " Evangeline " »».. 

Cartage 

Kentville " Western Chronicle," printing posters and orders 
Halifax " Herald " do do ... 




Military District No. 10 :— 

Pay, Winnipeg Troop Cavalry, 34 officers and men 


664 26 
1,083 85 
2,255 28 


22,795 73 


4,003 39 
64 20 


do Field Battery 61 do 

do 90th Battalion 275 do 




W. McEachran, Veterinary Surgeon » 




Military District No. 11 : — 

Pay British Columbia Garrison Artillery, 171 officers and 

men 

do Victoria Rifle Company, 40 officers and men 


1,771 19 
202 70 
224 43 


4,067 59 




2,198 32 




..—..*•. .- ... 




Carried forward «*« ......... .«..-... 


206,205 52 



186 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Militia. 



Brought forward ■ 

Annual Drill— Con tinned. 

Military District No. 12 : — 

Pay Brigade Staff, 2 officers 

do Prince Edward Island Garrison Artillery, 159 officers 

and men 

do Brigade Staff and Charlottetown Engineers, 38 officers 

and men » 

do 82nd Battalion, 182 officers and men 

do Prince County Provisional Battalion, 35 officers and 
men «, 



at 7, 



bread, 5,024 do 4£c. 



Saunders & Campbell, meat, 3,349 lbs. 
do 

do groceries, 3,349 rations. 

do wood, ll£ cords, at $3.85, 

do forage, 77 rations, at 54c. 



do 



straw, 2 tons . 



Cartage, lumber and oil 

Prince Edward Island Railway, transport. 



Artillery Competitions at Quebec and Toronto: — 

Transport guns, Hamilton to Toronto and return 

Teaming do to Woodbine Park , 

Range party and boat hire , 

Targets and bannerols 

Hamilton Field Battery, transport allowance 

London do do 

1st Provisional Brigade Field Artillery, transport allowance 
Welland Canal Field Battery do 

Durham do do 

Kingston do do 

Gananoque do do 

Ottawa do do 

Montreal do do 

Richmond do do 

Quebec do do 

Montreal Field Battery, transport to Quebec and return.. 

General Transport Service : — 

Grand Trunk Railway «. 

Intercolonial Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

North Shore Railway «•• 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company , 



Total, Annual Drill of 1884. 



$ cts. 



25 92 

1,355 72 

271 37 
1,863 81 

316 38 

264 57 

226 09 

209 03 

44 28 

41 58 

30 00 



55 59 
225 98 



82 00 
29 60 

102 08 
50 08 
39 40 

83 30 
93 65 
68 25 
67 20 

107 10 

125 95 

160 30 

17 00 

17 00 

8 50 

60 00 



10,168 95 

2,252 16 

1.922 84 

fc»53 71 

f3 39 

642 89 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



208,205 52: 



3,833 20 

815 55 
281 57 



4,930 32 



1,111 4i; 

15,903 94 
230,151 19 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE* 



181 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Contingencies 


1,800 00 

1,700 00 

1,300 00 

1,500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

900 00 




do Quebec do 




do New Brunswick do <. 




do Nova Scotia do ., 




do Manitoba do 








do Dominion Artillery Association 






8,700 00 


Government Grants to Rifle Associations : — 

1 at $200 , 


200 00 

150 00 

3,825 00 

1,500 00 

100 00 

200 00 
2,000 00 
4,125 00 

400 00 

10 00 

15 00 

118 00 

100 00 

41 00 

15 00 

38 00 

248 37 

428 00 

38 00 

60 00 

30 00 

15 00 

450 00 

221 70 

15 00 

100 00 

270 10 

60 00 

70 00 

28 00 


1 at 150 , 




51 at 75 




30 at 50 




4 at 25 




Government Grants to Efficient Bands ;— 

1 at $200 


5,775 00 


20 at 100 




55 at 75 

8 at 50 

Compensations : — 

Alwright, Qr. -Master Sergt, 6th Regiment Cavalry, injuries to horse 

Beattie, Sergt. T. C, 5th Cavalry, injuries at camp *. .» 


6,725 00 


Bland, Sergt.-Major, 49th Battalion* do 




Elliott, H., 6th Cavalry, loss of horse 




Fournelle, C, 56th Battalion, illness contracted at camp 




Hood, T., London Field Battery, injuries to horse 




Langlois, Z , 17th Battalion, illness contracted in camp , 

Lauiin, V., Lt. -Col., 87ih Battalion do 




Lennox, Gunner, Hamilton Field Battery, injuries 




Mayhew, Wm., 5th Cavalry do . 




Mowat, J. M. S, Montreal Field Battery, illness , 




McGovern, Qr.-Master Sergt., P. L. D. G., injuries 

McKiver, Driver, Durham Field Battery do to horse 




McPherson, Major, G. G. F. G. injuries 




Pyke, W., King's Troop Cavalry do to horse 

Swan, Sergt.-Major, 22nd Battalion, injuries . 








Trudel, Qr.-Master, Quebec Field Battery, injuries to horse 






2,371 17 


Queen's Birthdav, Ottawa , , 


24 67 
57 86 
40 49 
43 43 
35 65 
164 75 

89 55 
6 93 
6 75 

115 00 

125 46 

63 88 

109 12 

101 55 

102 42 
14 05 

90 80 
82 69 

198 79 
127 39 
132 05 






do do St. John 

do do Winnipeg 




do do Charlottetown 

Opening Parliament, Ottawa 




Drawing Room do 




State Dinner do 




State Ball do ..., : 

Opening Legislature, Toronto 




Closing do do r. , 




do do Halifax (1884) 

Opening do do (1885) ~ 

Closing do do ~ 

Opening do Winnipeg 




do do Charlottetown «. 




Closing do do 




Governor-General's visit, Toronto 




do St. John 






1,733 28 






Carried forward ., ......... ~~........ 


25,304 4& 



188 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Militia. 



Brought forward. 



Contingencies — Continued. 

Military District No 1 : — 

Postage allowance, D A.G. and Paymaster 

Rent of Post Office box, 1 year 

Attendance of officers at court of enquiry, St. Thomas. 
Transport of stores 



Military District No. 2 : — 

Postage allowance, D.A.G. and Paymaster. 

Cartage and transport 

Work at office, and stores 

Toronto Directory, and Customs entry , 



Military District No. 3 : — 

Postage allowance, D.A.G. and Paymaster 

Post office boxes, $8; telegrams, $9.45 , 

Guard at Armoury, Co. No. 1, 49th Battalion, night of fire. 

Stoves and pipes, $13.40; cutting wood, $6.25 

Brooms, $5.15; repairs to locks, $1.95 ; cartage, $1.75 

Military District No. 4 : — 

Postage, Adjutant-General's office ,, v ... 

do allowance, D.A.G 

Cartage and transport .. 

Blacking, whiting and pipe clay 



Military District Nos. 5 and 6 : — 

Postage allowance, D.A G.'s and Paymaster 

Cleaning offices, $26.86 ; repairing desk, $2.50. ... 

Box for papers, $10; map, $2.50 , 

Montreal Directory, $2.50; binding Orders, $1.25. 

Military District No. 7 : — 

Postage allowance, D.A.G. and Paymaster 

Transport and cartage 

Telephone rent, 1 year 

M. Brophy, forage, 306 rations, at 23c 

do 424 do 22£c 

Work at military stores, 17 days 

Cleaning and repairing offices 

2 directories, and Customs entries 



$ cts. 



100 28 

6 00 

22 78 

10 70 



Military District No. 8 : — 

Postage allowance, $50.39 ; Post Office box, $4. 

Assistant in office 

Cartage, $33.05; transport of stores, $31.10 

Sta'ionery for D.A.G.'s office 

Repairs, $24.05; sawing wood, $11.88 

Cleaning, $4; ferriage, $3 

Gas, St. John, $1.74; telegrams, $3 

Board of Survey 

Coach hire and keep of horses ., 

Union Line S.S. Co 

Steamer "David Weston" 

Tug "Wm. Stroud" 



Military District No. 9 :— 

Postage allowance, D.A.G. and Paymaster. 

Post office box, $1.67 ; telegrams, $6.42 

Gas, Halifax, $6; transport $2 

Breaking up gun carriages 



Carried forward . 



133 93 

59 54 

21 00 

3 50 



111 20 

17 45 

30 00 

19 65 

8 85 



106 32 
24 48 
21 61 
11 43 



149 23 

29 36 

12 50 

3 75 



38 22 
40 00 
70 38 
95 40 
17 00 
50 75 
10 90 



54 39 
72 00 
64 15 

8 50 
35 93 

7 00 

4 74 

9 74 
19 60 
11 00 
10 00 

5 00 



107 79 
8 09 
8 00 
5 00 



11 



DETAILS Or EXPENDITURE. 



189 



Militia, 



Brought forward. 

Contingencies— Continued. 



Military District No. 10 :— 

Postage allowance, $ 10 ; post office box, $4. 

Telephone, 1 year 

Care of tents and marking. 

Cutting wood, $36; scrubbing office, $2 

Transport, $5; directory, $2.50 



Military District No. 11 : — 

Postage allowance, D. A. G. and Paymaster 

Lt.-Col. Holmes, Acting D A. G., $1 per day.. 

Stationery, $10.50 ; post office drawer, $7 

Garrison board, $3.90; shipping receipt, $1.50. 

Steamer " R. P. Rithet," transport 

do "Yosemite" do 



Military District No. 12 : — 

Postage, Paymaster, $7.50; post box, $2.50 

Caretaker, $30; cartage, $27.50 

^ Telegrams, $9.36 ; tins for pouches, $5.93 
Packing cases, paper and twine 

Prince Edward Island Inland Steam Navigation Company 

Travelling Expenses : — 

Maj.-Gen. Middleton, removal expenses, Liverpool to Ottawa. 
do servant and baggage do 

do on duty in Canada 

Capt. Wise, A.D.C., passage f*re to Ottawa 

do on duty in Canada 

Lt.-Col. Jackson, D.A.G-, Military District No. 1 



A.G. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Paymaster Dawson 
Lt.-(Jol. Denison, D.A.G. 
.Paymaster Alger 
Lt.-Col. Villiers, D.A.G. 
Paymaster King 
Lt.-Col. Lamontagne, D.A.G. 
Lt.-Col. Van Straubenzee, D. 
Lt.-Col. Harwood, D.A.G. 

I Paymaster DeBellefeuille 
Lt.-Col. Duchesnay, D.A.G., Military District No. 7 « 
Lt.-Col. Massicotte, 70th Battalion 
Lt.-Col. Maunsell, D.A.G., Military District No. 8 , 
Paymaster Baird do 8 
Lt.-Col. Taylor, D.A.G. do 9 
Paymaster Murray do 9 
Lt.-Col. Houghton, D.A.G. do 3. $366 75 
Less— Advance in 1883-84 300 00 
Maj. Street .• , 
Lt.-Col. Holmes, Acting D A.G., Military District No. 11 
Lt.-Col. Irwin, Inspector of Artillery do 7 , 
Maj. B. Raban,as Inspector of Engineers — 
33^ days, at $5 $167 50 

Hotel allowance and travelling expenses '. 230 15 

Telegram and chart 2 €0 



Sundries : — 

John J. Foote, Quebec, printing 1,500 Militia Lists 

E. Jesbarats & Co., Montreal, printing cheques, 5,750 sheets 

Montreal "Shareholder," 25,000 copies, paper with report of Military 

Department 

W. Clowes & Sons, London, England* military books and general orders 
Postage allowance as by statement (see page 180) 



Jules E. Larue, Q.C., professional services, Corporation Quebec vs 



Prevost 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



14 00 
60 00 
24 15 
38 00 
7 50 



30 00 


365 00 


17 50 


5 40 


16 00 


10 75 


10 00 


57 50 


15 29 


3 66 


4 40 



321 93 

192 14 

297 82 

98 47 

85 25 

84 CO 

8 50 

197 ro 

17 30 

433 25 

5 00 

112 30 

77 25 

4 50 

1 00 

24 25 

22 14 

365 40 

146 20 

394 28 

7 50 



66 75 

16 95 

92 65 

164 30 



400 25 



$ cts. 



27,043 83 



143 65 



444 65 



90185 



3,642 38 

499 73 

72 75 

50 00 

285 86 

3,394 00 

42 50 

35,710 20 



190 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1884-5. 



II 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Contingencies — Concluded. 

Travelling Expenses : — 

W. Graham, Q.C., professional services re theft artillery trousers, Halifax 
L. N. Catellier, copying militia accounts, 53,453 words, at 10c. per 100. 

Telegram 1 ? 

Stationery Office 



Transport :— 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

New Brunswick Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway -. 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 

North Shore Railway 

Canadian Express Company 

Northern and North- Western Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Western Counties Railway. 

Canada Atlantic Railway , 

Ontario and Quebec Railway 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company. 

Quebec Central Railway 

St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway..., 

Central Ontario Railway 

Grand Southern Railway 



$ cts. 



Total, Contingencies 



365 33 

287 09 

247 09 

119 37 

112 80 

67 87 

60 90 

51 40 

30 39 

16 90 

15 00 

14 98 

14 04 

8 45 

2 10 

1 60 

1 30 



$ cts. 



35,710 20 



14 55 

53 45 

9 66 

23 05 



1,416 61 
37,227 52 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



191 






Militia. 


$ cts . 


$ Ct8. 


Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges. 

Merits : — 

Alberton, if 35; Blackbrook, $10; Blissville, $12 , 

Bowmanville, $19 ; Brockville, $50 ; Charlottetown, $80 

Chatham, N.B., $24; Delaware, $10 ; Fredericton, $30 


57 00 

149 00 

64 00 
140 00 
230 48 
130 00 
505 00 
197 50 
272 00 

65 00 
122 00 




Gait, $90; Gaspe, $25 ; Georgetown, P.E I, $25 .... , 

Granby, $80; Halifax, 2 years, 48c. ; Hamilton, $150. 

Keswick, $10; Kiag's County, N.B., $20; Kingston, $100 




Montreal, $405* Port Colborne, $80; Port Hope, $20 




Prescott, $100; Richmond, $60; Sherbrooke, Brigade Office, $37.50...... 

Stanley. $12; St. John, N.B., $250; St. Mary's, N.B., $10 




St Stephen, $20; Victoria, B.C., $40; Windsor, N.S., $5 




Winnipeg, $75 ; Woodstock, N.B., $32; York, Ont., $15.. 


1,931 98 


Hep airs : — 

Alberton, $10; Bowmanville. ?38.55 ; Brantford, $50 


98 55 
168 07 
237 00 
128 00 
217 00 
180 00 
333 85 
128 44 
36 J 61 
1,800 00 
270 00 
19? 35 
237 00 
100 70 


Carillon, $12 ; Collingwood, $8.07; Charlottetown, $148.00 




T. Martin, Cushing, Que..., 




H. J. Harris, Halifax, erecting butts 




Lt.-Col. Oswald, Montreal, temporary drill shed «• 




Montreal, $45.60; Ottawa, $82.84 




S. Adams, Ottawa Drill Hall 




Ottawa, Rideau Rifle Range 




New Westminster, $160; Parkhill, $110 

Point St. Charles, $123; Quebec, $70.35 

J. Carmichael, St. John, N.B., building butts 




St. Andrews, $50; St. Catharines, $24; Thedford, $26.70 


4 455 57 


Gas :— 

Brantford, $ 88.40 ; Charlottetown, $79.22 ; Guelph, $8 50 


176 12 
524 90 
793 55 
215 23 
319 88 

99 76 
80 00 


Halifax. $206 00 ; Hamilton, $158.20; Kingston, $160.70 




London, $43.70 ; Montreal, $508.55; Ottawa, $24'. 30 




Quebec, $117.00'; Sherbrooke, $11.37; St. John, ft. B., $86.86 




Toronto, $198.88 ; Victoria, $121 , 

Water:— 

Halifax, $67.50; London, $20.26; Ottawa Range, $12 


2,029 68 


Quebec, $50; St. John, N.B., $15 ; Victoria, $i5 < 


179 76 


Caretakers and Markers : — 

R. Wheatley, Ottawa Drill Shed 


456 25 

161 00 

328 70 

1,121 25 

192 00 

21 45 

7 00 


Ottawa Rifle Range 

C. Marks, Montreal 

Quebec and Point Levis, markers 




J. G. Corben, Bedford B . - 




Prince Edward Island • 










2,287 65 


Fuel and Light : — 

L. Fauteux, Montreal, coal, 44 tons, at $6.49 

R. & W. Storr, St. John do 11 chaldrons, at $6. 00 

J. A. Brown, Port Hope do 8 tons, at 6.25 


285 30 
66 00 
50 00 
38 34 
41 77 
36 00 
22 40 
130 65 
111 58 


G.W.McCullough,Ottawa do 6 do 6.39 

do do 7^ do 5.85 

J. Noble, Kingston do 5 do 7.20 

Wood, 5 cords 

Stovepipes, and cleaning, $94 30 ; stoves, $36.35 




Oil, lamps, and cleaning, $30.62 ; gas pipes and fittings, $80.96 


782 04 


Removing ice at Quebec Butts 


15 00 
7 10 
13 53 
15 39 
21 66 






Travelling expenses of officers to Bedford Range 

Farley & O'Doherty, legal services re St. Thomas Drill Shed •« 




Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Total, Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges 


72 68 

11,739 36 







192 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



[ilitia. 



Military Properties. 



Maintenance and Care :- 



Rent 



Granby, $80; Halifax, $150; Isle of Orleans, $84 ........ 

Montreal, $870; Port Colborne, $20 ; Quebec, $169 85. 



^ Tylmer, Ont , $97 ; Guelph, $26 20 ; Halifax, $39 

Kingston, $13 70; Levis, $149 20 ; .» 

London-Papering and painting, $168.69 ; grates and mantles, $93 , 

repairs, $54.13 « -■•- 

Montreal, $21 ; Ottawa, $126.31 ; Port Hop?, $65 



Portland, Pf.B , $80; Prescott, $52.49; Quebec, $190.75. 
St. John, $71.45; Toronto, $54; Winnipeg, $12 



Gas 



Barrie, $28.90; Brantford, $10.80; Charlottetown, $20. 

Halifax, $68.25; Hamilton, 78 12; Kingston, $44 90 

London, $35; Montreal, $272.61 ; Ottawa, $63.40 

Quebec, $154.20; Sherbrooke, $10.27 

Toronto, $121.55; Victoria, $34 



Water — 

Kingston, $53.55 ; London, $22.76 
St. John, $13 ; Victoria, $30 



Quebec, $43.64. 



Caf Fredericton, $365; Isle aux Noix, $83.75 ; Montreal, $157.30. 
Niagara, $335 ; Prescott, $808 ; St. John, $830 

Military District No I— 

Sloan & Sloan, London, wood, 7 cords, at $5 

Wood, 2 cords, at $5.50, Guelph « 

Cleaning chimneys and closets ■ 

Cutting wood, 50 cords, at 50c 

Brooms and brushes 



Military District No. 2— 

Cleaning chimneys and closets. 
Coal oil and wicks 



Military District No. 3— 

Cataraqui Bridge Co., tolls 

J. Noble, Kingston, wood, 13 cords , 

do cleaning chimneys and cutting grass 
Valuator's fees 



Military District No. 4 — 

G. W. McCullough. coal, 17 tons, at $5.85 •• 

do 1 ton, at $6.39 

J. Heney, Ottawa, wood, 1 cord 

H. Murphy, Prescott, wood, 6 cords, at $3 

Cleaning snow, Ottawa 

31 shade trees do • 

Taking down windows and stovepipes, Ottawa 

Military Districts Nos. 5 and 6 — 

St. Helen's Island Ferry, 270 days, at $2 

Taxes, Montreal .""' ^"AY'^'W'k' : "i'*" 

Royal Electric Light Co., Montreal, lighting Drill Hall, 9 nights 

Repairs to targets, Montreal 

Removing snow, St. Helen's Island 

Report on old Military Cemetery, Montreal 



$ cts 



314 00 
1,059 85 



162 20 
162 90 

315 82 
212 31 
323 24 
137 45 



59 70 
191 27 
371 01 
164 47 
155 55 



119 95 
43 00 



606 05 
1,973 00 



35 00 

11 00 
27 84 
25 00 

12 35 



128 40 
5 15 



Carried forward. 



1,403 82 
91 10 
24 00 
20 00 



99 45 
6 39 
5 50 

18 00 
103 00 

23 25 

16 50 



540 00 

240 00 

67 50 

102 94 

26 00 

20 00 



$ cts. 



1,373 85 



1,313 92' 



942 OC 



162 95 



2,579 



111 19 



133 55 



1,538 92 



272 09 



»,423 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



193 



Militia. 



Brought forward — 

Military Properties — Continued. 



Maintenance and Care — Continued — 
Military District No. 7 : — 

Cleaning snow, Quebec 

L. Fauteux, coal, 17$ tons, at $6.49. 

Cutting wood, Quebec 

Tree planting, Quebec, Arbor day.. . 

Cutting grass, Quebec 

Wire, and labor at stores, Quebec ., 



Military District No. 8 : — 

Plan offence, Dorchester 

Levy on goods, St. John, seized for water rates. 

Military Diatrict No. 9 : — 

Wm. Roche, Halifax, coal, 14 tons, at $6.30 

do wood, 1 coxd 

Taking down stove pipes 



Military District No. 10 : — 

Wm. Scott, Winnipeg, wood, 144 cords, at $7.50. 
Labor at Winnipeg 



Military District No. 11 : — 

W. Walker, Victoria, coal, 16 tons, at $7.75. 
H. Noble, Victoria, wood, 2 cords, at $7.50. 

Boat hire. 

Coal scuttles and hardware, Victoria 



Military District No. 12 :— 
Cleaning chimneys 



$ Ct.8 



397 42 
114 10 
110 00 
100 00 
20 00 
11 84 



5 00 
1 50 


88 20 
6 00 

2 76 


1,080 00 
45 00 

124 00 
15 00 
21 00 
10 50 



J. E. Larue, Q.C., Quebec, legal services re encroachment on Grand 

Allee 

Advances to H. James, Militia Department, Ottawa, travelling expenses 

Lt.-Col. Moore, removal expenses, St. Johns to Prescott ». 

Lt.-Col. Baird, travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Port Hope "Times," printing posters 

St. Thomas "Times," printing posters « 



Total, Maintenance and Care of Military Properties. 



Jas G. Robinson, executor of late Enoch Walkely, final settlement of 
claim for improvements to Cartier Square property 



2 25 



2 00 

3 50 



$ cta. 



9,423 96 



753 36 



6 50 



36 95 



1,125 00 



170 50 



2 25 

59 40 

200 00 

118 0O 

5 00 

19 00 



5 50 

11,985 48 

200 0O 



3—13** 



194 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Militia. 




Military Properties. 

Construction and Repairs — 
Military District No. 1 : — 

Hurfcel & Milim, Berlin, repairs to armory. 
J. Bresett, Dresden, repairs to drill shed. .. 
J. C. Holley, Guelph, repairs to gun shed, 



Military District No, 2 : — 

J. Sharp, Brantford, armories and gas pipes at drill shed. 

T. Borne, Hamilton, flooring drill shed 

do altering gun sheds 

G. Wilson, Simeoe, repairs to drill shed 

J. Dougan, St Catharines do 

Riddle & Sons, St. Catharines, gas pipes at drill shed , 

Toronto New Fort — 

R. Dennis, repairs 

A. W. Godson, stone 

M.J. Hynes, plastering , 

H. Williams, repairing roof. 

Tor jnto Infantry School — 
# W. H. Lake, paints and hardware. 

M. J. Hynes, plastering 

Toronto Drill Shed— 

D. B. Dick, Architect, repairs 

St. Lawrence foundry, iron rods 

L Yorke, masonry.. 

Douglas Bros., plumbing 

M. Vaughan, Toronto, repairs to bridges and gun sheds.. 

L. Richey, Toronto, repairing roofs 

W. Keeler, Toronto, drain work , 



Military District No. 3 :— 

Royal Military College, Kingston — 

Asselstine & Langdon, repairs to officers' quarters 

S. J. Kilpatrick, extending water supply 

Carpenters and superintending 

W. B. & S. Anglin, lumber 

Davidson & Doran, repairing furnaces 

T. Overend, breakwater .-. 

G. Newlands, repairs to drains 

do ventilators in rooms 

J. Jamieson, plumbing 

T. McMahon & Co., painting and glazing 

J. M. Riley, covering boilers and pipes 

Cutting and rolling grass 

Strachan & Co., inside blinds 

Hardware 

General repairs 

D. Thomson, shingling cottages 

Wm. Redmond do hospital 

W. Langdon, mason's work 

S. J. Kilpatrick, repairs to roads and soil pipes 

J. G. Bastow, fitting coils 

B. Freeman, battery and bells 

G. Newlands, plastering,... 

E. Chown, iroa pipes 

Rope and cartage 

Large stove 

J. G. Bastow, repairs to drainage 

Tete du Pont Barracks, Kingston — 

J. Wadelle, riding school ,. 

J. Burns, cooking range 

Chatterton & McLeod, repairing roof.., 

T. McMahon & Co , papering 

8. J. Kilpatrick, excavating 

J. G. Bastow, laying water-pipes 



Carried forward 11,071 05 



117 90 


23 87 


60 00 


200 00 


1,059 00 


38 00 


486 00 


295 00 


40 00 


1,232 00 


40 00 


27 75 


20 00 


344 44 


48 00 


12 85 


100 00 


47 55 


23 87 


54 50 


47 75 


35 85 


1,389 96 


1,473 00 


1,168 79 


463 51 


335 50 


300 00 


271 88 


95 00 


272 79 


258 58 


225 00 


203 62 


202 62 


215 05 


239 64 


186 00 


128 75 


158 87 


137 28 


75 00 


50 00 


76 87 


42 88 


38 88 


32 90 


12 83 


2,313 00 


415 46 


56 40 


138 85 


55 50 


46 64 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



195 



Militia. 


$ cts. 


: - — a 

$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Military Properties — Continued. 

Construction and Repairs — Continued — 
Drill Shed, Kingston- 


11,071 05 

627 00 
21 20 

160 46 
166 58 
26 00 
109 70 
5 00 
112 50 


4,354 33 






Kingston — 

.0. Thomson, carpenter's work generally 

Wm. Redmond do do * 

S. J. Kilpatrick, grading glacis 




A. McConagley, masonry work, Fort Henry and Shoal Tower... 

T. H. McGuire, designs for Armoury 

W. J Scollie, repairing drill shed, Peterboro'..... 






12,299 4$ 


Military District No- 4 : — 

E. St. George, repairing drill shed, Ottawa* 


103 65 
77 48 
69 49 
350 00 
356 90 
88 00 
53 90 
30 00 


A. L. Murphy, gas fitting, Military Stores, Ottawa 




E. St. George, cleaning snow from roof do 

J. Cairns, repairing drill shed, Prescott .. 

do do officers' quarters, Fort Wellington, Prescott 

do do guard house do do 

do do fitting room for cavalry do do 

do do block house do do 


1,129 42 


Military Districts Nos. 5 and 6 :— 

St. Louis & Bro., erecting steps at Champ de Mars, Montreal 


2,161 00 

4 528 25 

64 03 

35 00 

92 05 

22 50 

600 00 

230 00 

3,568 65 

1,970 00 

648 40 

260 00 

60 00 

76 00 

50 00 

40 00 

11 55 


Gohier & Dogenais, repairing military cemetery do 




O'Keane & Co., painting and glazing do do 




F. & D. A. La Pointe, repairing drill shed do 




General repairs, Montreal M 

T. Wiseman, stone, St. Helen's Island, Montreal - 

S. W. Tracy, repairing drill shed, Bury (Robinson) 




G. G. Bryant, repairing armoury, Sherbrooke 

F. Cote, repairing barracks, St. John 




Gohier & Dogenais, fencing, St. Johns 




E. Morel, Infantry School repairs, St, Johns » 




J. Howie, repairs to chimneys do .......... 

L. Boivin, filling in at wharf do 




D. Bourgeois, double windows (19) do 




F. Dorion, carting earth do ■ <. 




D. Bourgeois, porches for hospital do 

Davignon & Cote, hardware do ». 






10,417 45 


Military District No. 6 : — 

A. Richard, repairing targets (engineers'), Levis 


104 00 
475 08 

1,296 00 
345 00 
296 25 
83 00 
174 00 
151 17 

290 00 

260 00 

620 00 

210 00 

27 75 

370 00 

109 50 

527 47 

60 00 

53 65 

38 25 




N. Roy, sheeting Forts Nos. 1 and 2, Levis 




Quebec Citadel — 

Removing night soil • 




Z. Vandry et fils, repairs « 




F. DeVarennes do 




J. Garneau do - 

E. Larose do to chimneys..... 




O. Gignac do 




Quebec — 

F. DeVarennes, repairs to old Military Prison 




do I fencing 




0. Gignac, Armory 

J. Mathieu, Cartridge Factory ceilings- 

W. Meek do sodding 

J. Bigaouette, wall, Durham Terrace . 

E. Larose, masonry work. 




Laborers , 

P Samson, building chimney «» 

Wm. McNally & Co., drain pipes < 




G. Lansrlais, ladders , 








Carried|forward 


5,491 12 


26,200 67 i 



b- 13J** 



196 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



Militia. 



Brought forward. 



Military Properties — Continued. 



Construction and Repairs — Continued- 
Quebec— 

E. Roussel, carpenter work. .. 

F. DeVarennes do 

General repairs 

Steamer "Quebec," freight.., 

E. O'Connor, caretaker 

A. Huot, travelling expenses 

do directory 



Military District No 8 : — 

Fredericton Infantry School — 

Risten & Co., lumber « m 

W. Rossborough, masonry work , 

Hill & Berry, lumber and flooring „ 

J. S. Neill, carpenters' tools 

J. 0. Risten, blinds 

J. D. O'Brien, plumbing 

G. Hatt & Sons, lime 

D. Meehan, iron-work » 

J. Limerick, Drill Shed, Fredericton .. 

R. Cochrane, repairs to Military Hospital, Fredericton , 
St. John— 

G. W. Mosher, repairs at Fort Howe 

General repairs 

J. Wilson, storehouse, Partridge Island 

Caretaker's house, Fort Howe 



$ cts. 



5,491 12 



33 85 
15 00 
29 77 

4 69 
76 00 
14 50 

4 00 



Military District No. 11 : — 

Paymaster McDonell, advance in April not yet accounted for 

Chas Hay ward, repairs, and building Magazine and Artillery Store, 

Victoria, B.C , 

New Westminster, repairs 



Military District No. 12 : — 
Charlottetown — 

W. Lowe, repairs to Victoria Barracks 

G- L. Doherty, repairs to Government Armory. 
Putting up stoves and pipes at Armory 



<j. Sharp, Inspector, Hamilton 

J Falloon do Toronto, 29 days, at $2.50 , 

Power & Son do Kingston, 229 do 2.50 

E. J. Charlton, Inspector, 155 do 2.50 , 

do travelling expenses 

A. Huot, Quebec, Inspector 

J N. Guillot, Quebec, Clerk of Works, 234 days at $2 50. 
J. Jobin do do 24 do 2.50. 

A. Mitchell, Fredericton do 61 do 2.50 

Advances to H. James for travelling expenses 

"Lt -Col T. Bacon, travelling expenses 

Advertising 



338 48 
379 90 

136 12 
75 39 
75 30 
47 20 
18 40 

6 65 
1,763 33 

7 50 

152 00 

137 54 
41 00 
20 00 



1,335 00 

533 50 
42 75 



318 96 

200 P0 

28 00 



Total, Construction and Repairs of Military Properties. 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



191 



Militia, 



Royal Military College, Kingston. 



Paymaster, Oapt. Strange „ 

Pay and allowances of Superior Staff- 
Col. E. 0. Hewitt , 

Lt.-Col. J. R. Oliver 

Lt.-Ool. Kensington (resigned in August) , 

Major D. F. Jones do 

Major E. Nash (appointed in August, vice Jones).... 

Major Fairclough H 

Major Raban 

Major McGill .. 

Oapt. 0. Davidson 

Lieut Wurtele 

Lieut. Cochrane 

Major Rigg (appointed in December) - ■ 

Prof. Forshaw Day , 

Prof. Duval „_... 

Prof. R. C. Harris • 

Prof.* H. A. Bayne 

Prof. K. L. Jones (appointed in September) 

Pay of Subordinate Stan* 

Balances due Cad ts,, July 1, 1884 -.. 

Examiner, John Thorburn, LL.D., Ottawa 

do Rev. J, B. Balland 

do J. 0. Glashan 

do J. A. McCabe, M.A 






L. i. Williams, messing account (46 cents a day each) . 
»6. Creeggan, clothing — 

7 tunics— 3 full dress, at $22.07 ; 4 plain, at $11 36 

Making 47 scarlet tunics, at $5 

66 coats— 4 at $11 ; 66 at $5.50 ; 6 at $3.00 

13 greatcoats— 2 at $17.75 ; 5 at $3.46 ; 6 at $3.20 . 

Making and trimming 2 greatcoats 

137 jackets— 7 at $3.60 ; 130 at $3.25 

Making and trimming 2 jackets 

6 vests, at $2.50 

17 trousers— 4 at $5.50 ; 4 at $4.89 ; 9 at $4.50. 

78 do 53 at 3.75 ; 19 at 3 00; 6 at 2.00 

15 diagonal breeches, at $5.50 , 

Making 152 trousers, at $1.50.. 

37 caps— 2 at $5 ; 4 at $1.50; 31 at $1.25 

22 shirts, at $3.50. 



33 woollen jerseys, at $2 

2 canvas blouses, $3.20 ; 4 aprons, 



$2. 



35 pairs stockings, at 85c. 

24 scarlet mufflers, at $1.28 

Scarlet cloth, $5.88 ; gold lace, $42.42. 

Repairs to clothing ,... 

21 scarlet belts, at 60c 

30 needle cases, at 30c ..« 

6 capes, at80o 



Issues from English Government Stores — 

Cloth, 700 yards— 100 at $1.62 ; 200 at $1 25 ; 400 at $1.23} 

do 30 do —20 at 2.44; 10 at 2.19 

Trousers, 3 pairs— 1 at $2.94 ; 2 at $1.60 

1 Staff tunic, $23.95 ; 61 pairs leather gloves, $34.87 ~ 

©old lace, braid and cord, 246 yards 

40 gilt chains, $35. 18 ; 40 gilt spikes, $19.46 ; badges and ornaments, $21. 78 

2 jerseys, $1.44 ; 36 clasp knives, $6.20 ; 5 silk sashes, $14.54 

15 cork helmets, $12.23 ; canvas, $8 ; cases, $2.74 

English Departmental expenses, 5 per cent, on $1,307.20 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



3,949 16 

2,794 80 

297 16 

350 00 

2,458 33 

2,446 08 

2,681 18 

1,186 11 

2,249 88 

880 96 

863 51 

1,552 40 

1,970 48 

999 96 

2,700 00 

2,991 96 

831 62 



267 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



111 65 
235 00 
370 00 
71 95 
8 50 
447 00 

8 00 
12 50 
82 06 

267 75 
82 50 

228 00 
54 75 
77 00 
66 00 
5 20 
£9 75 
30 72 
48 30 

323 27 
12 60 

9 00 
4 80 



904 40 

70 67 

6 14 

58 82 

145 60 
76 42 
22 18 
22 97 
65 36 



$ cts, 



399 96 



31,203 5© 

7,798 8* 

192 08 



867 00 
8,347 1* 



2,586 3ft 



1,372 56 

i 

52,767 51 ' 



198 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Royal Military College, Kingston — Continued. 

J. Webb & Co., London, Eng. — 
Silk cord, 78 yards, $16.61 ; gold crowns and stars, 15 pairs, $32.85. 
36 rubber kit bags, $41.85 ; packing case, 97c 



Jl. Sutherland, Kingston- 
Long boots, 40 pairs, at $10 ; short boots, 144 pairs, at $6. ......... 

Summer boots, 10 pairs, at $3 ; leggings, 21 pairs, at $1.50 

Moccasins, 37 pairs, at $1.40 ; snowshoe thongs, 2 dozen, at $2.50 
Repairs to boots, $197.21 ; repairs to accoutrements, $7.35 

C. Wright & Son, Kingston — 

19 caps— 2 at $5 ; 7 at $4.50 ; 10 at 40c 

17 pairs seal mitts, at $2 ; 16 pairs woolen gloves, at 75c 

4 lamb gauntlets, at $5, $20 ; grey lamb trimming, $8 

Repairs to caps and gloves 



Compensation to 5 men in place of clothing 
Allowance to 6 men for winter kits 



Marking clothing 

Washing account 

Jas. Swift, fuel- 
Coal, 270*32 tons, at $7.00. 
do 171 do 6.75 
do 4 do 6.00. 
\ Wood, 31 cords 



B. 



Crawford — 
Coal, 2 tons, at $6 86. 
do 9 do 6.00. 
Wood, 5 cords 



Holmes & Adams, Buffalo- 
Gasoline, 2,717^ gallons, at 2Uc 

do 1,330 do 16jc 

Gas Machine Co., Detroit, burners, globes and holders. 

McKelvey & Birch, coal oil, 129£ gallons, at 20c 

Books — 

Wm. Clowes & Son, London, Eng 

D. VanNostrand, New York 

Lt.-Col. Kensington «. , 

W. J. Gage & Co., Toronto 

Department of Interior 

P. Blakiston & Co 



Dr. Stoehrer, Leipzig, physical apparatus , 

W. F. Stanley, London, drawing instruments .., 

Winsor & Newton, London, drawing materials 

Dr. Schuchardt, Gorlitz, chemical preparations 

Greiner & Friedrichs, Stuetzerbachen, chemical apparatus. 

Furniture , 

Gymnasium apparatus and repairs 

Drugs. 



Stationery 

Hardware and plumbing 

Repairs to boats 

Cleaning ash-pits and closets 

Postage, and rent of post office boxes 

Model of fortification 

Cartage 

Glassware and crockery 

Pew rent of Cadets 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



49 46 
42 82 



1,264 00 

61 50 

56 80 

204 56 



45 50 

46 00 
28 00 
19 05 



99 16 
18 00 



1,892 24 

1,154 25 

24 CO 

166 36 



13 72 
64 00 
25 00 



584 26 
219 40 



562 71 
277 19 
248 50 
133 34 
56 00 
11 09 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



199 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Royal Military College, Kingston— Concluded. 



Carting and trimming coal 

Putting up stoves - 

Sergt. -Major Birtles, special services with drainage. 

Telephone at College, 1 year , 

do Commandant's house, 1 year 

Telegraphic ustruments , 

Rope and yarn , 

Brushwood and 6traw 

Blowpipes 

Engraving 

Repairs to blackboards and instruments 

Prize sword 

Drawing water „ 

Telegrams 

Bookbinding *, 

Soap and matches 

Painting and glazing , 

Allowance for Cadets' Library.. 

Overalls, counterpane and cloths 

Sweeping chimneys. - 

Attesting Sergeants and Cadets 

Cutting wood 

Photographing sketch of map 

Customs entries and money orders 

Boxes and wooden stakes , 

Lumber ....„ , 

Altering shield „., 

Kingston u News," printing labels 

Freight and travelling expenses — 

Lt.-Col. Kensington, passage to England 

ICapt. Nash, fare from England to Kingston 
Capt. Rigg, from Liverpool to Kingston 
10 Cadets, at $21.08 
Cadet Carey, British Columbia , 
Conveyance of Cadets, surveying , 
Col. Rewett , 
Grand Trunk Railway , 
Canadian Express Co , 
Shipping charges from England , 
Freight from New York 



Queen's Printer .. 
Stationery Office 



Deduct amount expended in excess of advance. 
Less— Repayments by Cadets , 



% cts. 



525 76 
317 86 
107 75 
210 80 
135 60 
106 40 

34 60 
298 25 

16 47 

35 52 
85 



$ cts. 



65,897 67 



57 45 
56 69 
55 50 
50 00 
30 00 
32 00 
46 14 
46 00 
44 07 
41 77 
40 95 
40 52 
34 75 
30 93 
25 40 
24 37 
23 76 
20 00 
17 95 
16 75 
8 55 
7 88 



1,789 86 

1,486 39 

180 72 

70,133 56 
47 55 

70,086 01 
16,655 00 



200 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REP »RT, 8^4-5. 



II 



Militia. 



A . B and € Batteries. 

General Service : — 

Lt.-Col. Irwin, Commdt Canadian Regiment of Artillery. 
Quebec "Chronicle," printing 750 Can. Artillery Manual- 
Composition, 385 thousand, at 40c 

Corrections, 192 hours, at 25c , 

Pre?swork. 108 tokens, at 30c 

Royal (and 5 p.c. waste), 15 reams, at $4 , 

Folding and stitching ... 

Binding, with clasp, 750, at 20c 

Case and cartage 

Lithographing and printing 6 colored plates 

1 double plate, plain. 

Engraving and wood-work for same . 



P. I. Boivin, Quebec, boots, 501 pairs, at $2.07 

J. M. Garland, Ottawa, drawers, 1,000 pairs, at 73fc 

do do wool mufflers, 500, at 49fe .'. 

B. Begin & Co., Quebec, scrubbing brushes, 501, at 17c 

do do blacking do 501, at 14c. 

Boosey & Co., London, Eng., band instruments r... 



Issues from English Government Stores — 

Cork helmets. 150, at 81c 

Gun-metal balls, 150, at 93c. per doz 

do chains, 150, at $2.01 per doz 

English Departmental expenses, 5 p.c. on $159.17, 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Intercolonial Railway, transport 

Grand Trunk do do .> 

Nor h Snore do do 

New Brunswick do do 

Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Co., transport 

Prince Edward Island Railway, transport 

Canadian Pacific do do 

Nova Scotia Steamship Co. do 

D. P. X Valade, analyzing rations- 

J. Dunbar. Q C, Quebec, legal services 



< c 4" Battery, Quebec:— 
Paymaster's allowance. 



Lieut. Drury 
Lieut. Rivers 
Lieut. Hudon 
Surgeon C. C. 



Lt -Col Cotton, Commandant.... 

Major Wilson, pay , 

Lieut. Peters do 

do 

do .. 

do 

Sewell, pay 

Lieut. Benson, pay , 

Lieut. P< -ter?, commanding Battery, 212 days, at 76c. 
Attached officers , 



Non-Comniiasioned Officers and men, pay., 

T. Delaney, meat, 28,352 lbs., at 6c 

do do 25,410 do 6fc ... 

Meat, 266 lbs., at 8c , 



M. Bryce & Sons, potatoes, 21,697 lbs., at 55c. per bush 
Turcotte & Prevost do 22 221 do 50c. do 

M. Bryce & Sons, groceries, 21,697 rations 

Turcotte & Prevost do 22,221 do 



Carried forward. 



$ Ct£ 



154 00 
48 00 
32 40 
59 43 
54 00 

150 00 

2 50 
80 00 

3 00 
108 00 



1,037 07 

737 50 

248 75 

85 17 

70 14 



122 42 

11 60 

25 15 

7 96 



742 93 
527 07 
41 01 
33 55 
13 95 
13 20 
13 05 
12 00 
40 00 
33 80 



2,208 27 
398 30 
740 11 
684 20 
531 20 
654 36 

1,096 00 
371 50 
169 00 
765 07 



1,701 12 

1,727 87 

21 28 

198 89 
185 16 
987 62 
931 26 



$ cts. 



456 25 



691 33 



,178 63 
481 41 



167 13 
328 97 



$ Cts 



1.470 56 



5,777 28 



200 00 



7,607 01 
26,089 72 



3,450 27 



2,302 93 



39,649 93 



5,777 2a 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



201 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

A, B aad C Batteries — Continued. 



J. 



McCorkell, bread, 28,352 lbs , at 2f c. 
do do 25,410 do 2lc. 

P. Sans Chagrin, do 266 do 3§c. 



M. Brophj & Co., forage, 2,644 rations, at 23c... 
do do 1,871 do 22jc, 

Renaud & Co., coal oil, 1,037£ gallons, at 22c .... 

W. F. Lemusier, wood, 1,354*405 cords, at $4 95. 

do do 193-38 do 5.50. 

G. Broome do 100 do 4.90. 



$ cts 



803 32 

609 83 

9 99 

608 12 
420 97 



6,704 20 

1,063 58 

490 00 



W. H. Crawford, coal, 14 tons 475 lbs., at $4.75. 

do do 10 tons, at $6.50 

do do 80 do 6.70 ... 

Coal, 20 tons, at $6.75 .. 



A. B. Bodin & Co., trousers, 4 pairs, at $ 5.50 

do serge jackets, 2, at 10.53. 

do do 1, at 7.00. 

do cloth tunics 2, at 22.07 

do do 2, at 17.57. 

do making tunic 

do caps, 7, at $2.43 



Fitting overcoats 

P. St. Michel, Quebec, moccasins, 6 pairs, at $5. 
P I Boivm, boots, summer, 166 pairs, at $2.98... 

do do winter 16 do 3.64... 

do hospital slippers 4 do 1.00... 



J. Berouard, beef boots, 25 pairs, at $2 

Gauntlets, 21 pairs, at $2. 10 

Winter kits, and fitting clothing 

Compensation in pJaca of clothing 

Simon Peters, lumber 

O. Gignac et fils, lumber 

M. Brophy, straw for beds 

Was-hing 

E. Giroux et frere, drugs „ 

Hospital provisions and furniture 

Beaudet k Chime, hardware, paints and oil 

Z Vandry et fils, stoves and hardware 

Civilian laborers 

Z. Vandry et fils, cleaning chimneys and putting up stoves 
H. Bertrand, wheels, 9 pairs 

do hoops 

Repairing gun carriages and gups... ~ 

Cleaning ash-pits and closets 

R. Blakeston, rope and hemp , 

A. Begin & Co., brooms and brushes 

Whitehead & Turner do 

Furniture ~ , : 

W. B. Hall, Veterinary Surgeon 

R. Coch ane, work at forts «■ 

Riding School furniture 

O. Gignac et fils, making roof , 

Repairing gauntlets 

do buffalo coats , 

Flannel yarn and aprons 

Crockery, $12.65 ; sponge cloths, $10 

Lime and sand, $16.00 ; snow shovels, $22.80 

Repairing lithograms. 

Making hospital stands - 



67 63 

65 00 

536 02 

135 01 



22 00 
21 06 

7 00 
44 14 
35 14 

5 00 
17 01 



494 68 

58 24 

4 00 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 


$ cts 


39,649 93 


5,777 28 


1,423 14 




1,029 09 
228 24 




8,257 78 




803 66 




151 35 

5 55 

30 00 





556 92 

50 00 

44 10 

404 90 

290 48 

705 45 

118 11 

76 80 

132 46 

431 43 

184 07 

390 08 

283 19 

327 22 

63 00 

268 00 

24 00 

58 76 

194 00 

118 36 

106 80 

75 25 

120 00 

84 00 

32 00 

35 00 

20 00 

18 70 

10 00 

14 36 

22 65 

38 80 

3 00 

7 50 



56,888 13 



5,777 



202 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

A, B and C Batteries— Continued. 



Quebec Directory 

Postage, $04.24 ; telegrams, $3.69. 

Telephone rent, 1 year 

Apprehending deserters 

Attestation fee3 

Officers' mess allowance 

Band allowance 

Library do , 



Levis Maritime and Industrial Co., transport 

Quebec and Levis Ferry, transport 

Orleans do do 



Travelling expenses— Major Wilson. -. 
do Lt.-Col. Cotton 

do Capt. Drury 

do Lieut Benson . 
do Recruits 



Advertising 



2?" Battery, Kingston: — 
Capt. ritrange, Paymaster. 
Lt.-Col. "" 

Major Short 

Major Praser 

Capt. Parley 

Capt. Rutherford 
Lieut. Benson . ... 

Capt. Pages 

Surgeon Neilson. 
Attached officers 



Sergt.-Major Howard, 3 months' pay, retiring gratuity 

Pay of Non-Commissioned Officers and men 

R. Love, meat, 19,986 lbs., at $8.95 per cwt 

T. Retching, meat, 38,392 lbs., at $5.49 per cwt 



R. Carnovsky, bread, 19,986 lbs., at $3.65 per cwt 
do do 



Canteen, potatoes, 31,163 lbs., at l£c , 

do do 501 lbs., at lc 

T. J. Donoghue, potatoes, 26,632 lbs., at fc. 



Canteen, groceries, 31,664 rations, $3.77 per 100 
T. J. Donoghue, groceries, 26,632 rations, at 3jc. 



Prisoners' rations 

I. Noble, coal, 33f tons, at $6.75. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 87£ do 7.: 
do 8 do 7.25. 

wood, U7i cords, at $6.40. 
A" 637| do 
soft, £ cord 



do 
do 



6.20. 



Coal for artificers' shop, 2| tons 

W. Hutton. forage for horses, 2,777 rations, at 24£c. .. 
J. M. Dunlop do 4,535 do 23c 



.Straw bedding .. 

McKelvey & Birch, coal oil, 227: 
do do 890; 



galls., at 19jc. 
do 19c. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



200 00 

100 00 

20 00 

231 34 
167 10 
148 49 

372 20 

129 48 

60 35 

3 6«> 

185 87 



1,606 25 

1,049 00 

1,225 00 

548 00 

548 00 

404 00 

730 00 

1,277 50 

1,096 00 



1,788 75 
2,107 72 



729 49 
1,059 76 


415 51 

5 01 

199 75 


1,193 21 
865 53 



227 81 

630 00 

57 99 

752 00 

3,953 74 

1 75 

21 90 

680 36 
1,043 05 



44 36 
169 21 



cts 



56,888 13 



4 00 
67 9? 
45 00 
20 00 
16 00 



320 00 



546 9. 1 



751 50 
78 30 



199 92 



8,483 75 

90 00 

28,375 77 



3,896 47 

1,789 25 

620 27 



2,058 74 
11 93 



5,645 19 



1,723 41 
49 47 



213 57 
53,157 74 



cts. 



5,777 28 



58,737 79 



t)4,515 07 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



203 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

A, B and C Batteries — Concluded. 



Drugs 

Board of prisoners in county gaol 

G. Oreeggan, tunics, cloth, 5, at $8.50 



do do serge, 27, at $4 

do trousers, cloth, 3, at $5.50 

do do serge, 3, at $3 

do breeches, cloth, 31, at $3.75 

do do serge, 56, at $2. 50 

do lacing serge 

do forage cap - 

do fitting overcoats with straps, 16, at 37c. 

do re-making overcoats, 3, at $1.50 ... 

do scarlet bags for caps, 15, at 40c 



W. Dillen, winter boots, 73 pairs, at $5 

do do 8 do 4.87 

do summer boots, 295 pairs, at $4 

do moccasins, 100 pairs, at $11 per doz. 

A. Sutherland do 6 do 1.25 

Ford & Sons, leather , 



Compensation for clothing 

Winter kit and fitting clothing 

McSiahon Bros., hardware , 

W. B. & S. Anglin, lumber 

S. Oammen, washing 

Cleaning closets and ash-pits 

Horses, 3 , 

Water, and repairs to water supply 

J. Massie, Veterinary Surgeon 

Harness and repairs 

Sweeping chimneys 

McKelvey & Birch/ stoves and stovepipes 

do hose and coupling , 

do boiler, sponges and lamps. 

T. McMahon & Co, painting , 

Building and repairing boats , 

Horseshoeing , 

J. F McDermott, making wheels 

E. Chown, stoves , 

Horse blankets .... 

Furniture and crockery , 

E. Harris, brooms.. , 

Swearing in recruits 

Cutting wood 

Rent of range 

Rope, wharfage and repairs to caps 

Printing allowance , 

Band do „„ 

Literary do 

Postage and telegrams , 

Telephone rent, 1 year. 



Kingston "News," advertising 

Travelling expenses — 

Lt.-Ool. Montizambert 

Maj. Short «. , 

Capt. Rutherford „.., 

Capt. Farley 

Lieut. Benson.... „ 

Capt. Strange, cab- hire 

Sergt. Barrington , 

Quebec and return, 34 passages, at $8.20. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



42 50 

108 00 

16 50 

9 00 

116 25 

140 00 

6 08 

75 

5 92 
4 50 

6 00 



365 00 

38 96 

1,180 00 

91 67 

7 50 

47 92 




534 90 



$ cts. 



53,157 74 



305 90 
52 75 



455 50 



1,731 05 

864 11 

383 80 

334 06 

132 99 

223 02 

381 89 

450 00 

233 35 

134 10 

96 00 

85 75 

88 70 

37 50 

61 45 

60 00 

65 00 

63 11 

125 00 

68 00 

42 00 

20 86 

22 25 

20 25 

12 50 

15 00 

2 91 

120 00 

100 00 

20 00 
54 58 
35 00 

21 00 



60,077 12 



64,515 07 



64,515 07 



204 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

A, B and C Batteries— Continue d. 

6.40. 



Toronto do 14 do 
Men's travelling expenses 



"C" Battery, British Columbia :— 

Lt.-Col. J. G. Holmes, 1 year, at $8 per day.. 

Staff-Sergt. T. Kinsella, 75c. a day 

T. Kinsella, compensation in lieu of clothiog. 



$ cts 



534 90 



298 82 



$ cts. 



60,077 12 



923 32 



2,920 00 

273 75 

37 62 



$ Ct8. 



64,515 07 



61,000 44 



3,231 3T 



128,746 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



215 



Militia. 



Cavalry and Infantry Schools. 

-General Service : — 

Boosey & Co., London, Eng , band instruments, 3 sets .. 
Maynard, Harris & Co., London, Eng. — 

Operating instruments, 4 cases .. 

4 tunics, $72.52 ; 5 forage caps, $20.07 

7 pairs gloves, $6 81 ; packing and insurance, $2.98. 



English Government Stores — 

225 white helmets, $183,63 ; 20 gilt ornaments, $22.19 

215 gun-metal chains and spikes, $55 AS ; packing, $18.64 
English Departmental expenses, 5 p c. on $279.95 



Montgomerie & Workman, shipping charges-.* , 

A. Morrison & Co., Toronto — 

1,003 shirts, at $1.29 ; 1,000 undershirts, at 75c 
Less — Freight expenses 



500 combs, at 7c... 



S. & H. Borb ridge, Ottawa — 

1,000 sheets, at 60c. ; 200 nose-bags, at 70c ; 500 holdalls, at lie. 
1,512 brushes, $272.16 ; 34 palliasses, $43.18 



J. M. Garland, Ottawa, 94 quilts, at $l.89£ ; 973 towels, at 17£c 

International Tent Co., Ottawa, 600 palliasses, at $1.20 ; «05 pillow 

cases, at 30c 

J. Hall & Co., Brockville, 501 pairs moccasins, at 83|c. ; 51 pairs buck 

gloves, at $1 25 

J. Boivin, Quebec, 500 pairs boots, at $2.30 , 

T. A. Code, Perth, 1,000 pairs socks, at 25c , 

Dugal & Co., Quebec, 499 pairs leather mitts, at 59£c 

Ross & Smith, Ottawa, 1,224 pillowslips, at 19^c 

G. R. Renfrew & Co, Quebec, 100 fur caps, at $1.18 , 

Auclair & Ga^ne, Ottawa, 72 shirts, at 84|e , 

Geo. Cox, engraving cases and band instruments 

Transport — 

Grand Trunk Ry., $633.24 ; Canadian Pacific Ry., $382.90 

New Brunswick Ry., $175.11 ; Intercolonial Ry., $141.73 

Canada Atlantic Ry., $118.12 ; North Shore Rv., $70.67 

•Canadian Express Co , $49 10 ; Richelieu Navigation Co., $46.00.... 

Nova Scotia Ry., $37.85 ; Nova Scotia Steamship Co., $16.40 

Quebec Central Ry., $10.70 ; Passumpsic Ry., $10 05 

Central Ontario Railway ,.„.., 



Stationery Office, Ottawa., 

Advertising 

Quebec " Chronicle," printing 500 Infantry School Orders — 

Composition, 61 thousand, at 40c 

Presswork, 14 tokens, at 30ft , 

Corrections, 35 hours, at 25c 

Paper (including 5 p.c. waste) 2£ reams, at $4 

Folding and stitching ,. 

Covering 450. pasted covers, at ljc 

Binding 50, full cloth gilt, at 25c 

Cases and cartage , 



$ cts. 



246 63 

92 59 

9 79 



205 82 
74 i3 
14 00 



cts. 



2,078 87 
20 83 



795 00 
315 34 



1,016 14 

316 84 

188 79 

95 10 

54 25 

20 75 

2 00 



500 Medical History Report , 

500 couit martial sheets 

Printing 12 books , 

Binding 12 books, 50 leaves each 

Printing 2 registers of men, 60 and 150 folios 



Total, General Service, Cavalry and Infantry Schooh 
Carried forward 



24 40 
4 20 
8 75 
8 76 
7 40 
6 75 

12 50 
2 50 



75 26 

8 20 

8 10 

11 73 

24 no 
47 00 



2,725 70 



349 00 



293 95 
37 96 



2,058 04 



1,110 34 
352 06 

901 50< 

481 25 

1,150 00 

250 00 

296 5L 

235 62 

118 00 

61 01 

34 50 



1,693 87 

542 75 
3 64 



K4 29 
12,869 99 



206 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



11 



Militia, 



Brought forward 

Cavalry and Infantry Schools— Continued. 



"A" Cavalry School, L4vis : — 

Lt.-Col. Turnbull, Commandant, pay. 

Lieut. Heward, pay 

Lieut. Lessard do 

Attached officers, pay 



Non-commissioned officers and men..... 

J. McCorkell, bread, 9,553 lbs., at 2fc. 

do do 8,876 do 2fc. 



G. Canier, meat, 7,873 lbs., at 8c. 

T. Delaney do 8,876 do 6fc 

do do 1,680 do 6c... 



M. Bryce & Sen, potatoes, 159 bush., 13 lbs., at 55c. per bush. 
Turcotte & Prevost do 147 do 56 do 50c. do 



M. Bryce & Son, groceries, 9,553 rations. 
Turcotte & Prevost do 8,876 do .. 



P. Robitaille, wood, 79 cords, at $6 50 
L. Laine do 350 do 5.50 



Coal, 55 tons, at $6.50 , 

J. McNaughton, coal, 25 tons, at $6.70 
do do 26 do 6.75, 

J. Gould, forage, 2,990 rations, at 29c. 
M. Brophy do 600 do 23c. 
do do 2,639 do 22|c. 



M. Brophy, straw, 1,920 lbs., at Jc 

Renaud & Co., coal oil, 399£ galls., at 22c 

P. Pageau, bedroom furniture, 10 sets 

J. Bigaouette, horses, 7 

Uniforms, 3 

Allowance for winter kits 

Compensation in lieu of clothing 4 

Altering clothing 

G. R. Renfrew, cap bags, 30, at 50c 

do gloves, 10 pairs, at $1.60 

P. J. Boivin, boots, winter, 27 pairs, at $4.00. 
do do. summer 11 do 3.50., 
do repairs , 



Lt. Howard, books, $20; postage, $25.40. 

P. Samson, furniture 

P. Samson, repairs to buildings 

O. Gignac do 



A. Richard, repairs to dams 

Hardware, $108.40 ; brooms and brushes, $57.85. 

Stoves and pipes, $115.60 ; soap, $16 04 

J. (''Sullivan, horseshoeing , 

J. Couture, Veterinary Surgeon, and medicine 

R Blabeeton, corn sacks, 30, at 90c 

Fisher & Blouin, saddlery and leather bags 

do lamps and burnishers 

A. Cornell, repairs to saddlery 

Dawson & Co., copying press and rubber stamp... 

Washing. $31.28; lime, $1240 

Sleigh, $20 ; repairs to wagon, $22 

Cartage, $61.90, tin boxes. $42 

Gleaning Quarters, Quebec 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



1,438 50 
674 50 
598 50 

1,421 00 


"276*64" 
213 01 


629 84 
603 56 
100 80 


87 56 
73 92 


434 54 
372 23 


513 50 
1,925 00 


367 49 

167 50 

168 75 


867 10 
138 00 
593 77 



108 00 
38 60 
12 00 



191 02 
139 75 



11 



LETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



207 



Militia 



Brought forward. 

Cavalry and Infantry Schools — Continued. 



Canteen Steward, supplies to sick horses 

Dr. Marsan, professional services 

Dr. Ladriere do 

Quebec and Levis Ferry Co., ferriage 

Travelling expenses — Lt.-Col. Turnbull 

do Sergt. Maj. Baxter 

do Staff Sergeant Dingley. 

do Recruits 



Total, "A" Cavalry School, Le>is. 



U A " Infantry School, Fredericton, N.B. :- 
Lt.-Col. Maunsell, pay as Commandant. 



Major W\ D. Gordon 

Lieut. D. D. Young 

Lieut. T. D. R. Hemming 

Surgeon T. C. Brown 

Attached officers ..... 



Pay of non-commissioned officers and men 

C. Broderick, meat, 24,623 lbs., at 7£c 

*ic 



do 



18,591 do & 



H. O'Neill, bread, 24,623 lbs., at 3c... 
do 18,591 do 2fc. 



Q. Hatt & Sons, potatoes, 43,214 lbs., at lc 

do groceries, 24,623 rations, at $4.73£ per 100. 
do do 18,591 do 4£c 



do 
do 



coal oil, 385 galls., at 32c. 
do 498* do 28c. 



do lamp wicks 

D. W. Estabrook, straw, 5,250 lbs., at 35c. a cwt. 
do do 4,885 do 40c. do . 



do forage for horses, 214J rations, at 26c. 

W. W. Lang, wood, 349f cords, at $3.25 

do 49 do 3.18 



Compensation in place of clothing 

W. U. Sutherland, boots, 15 prs.. at $4.87 

C. Wright & Sons, gauntlets, Russian lamb, 5 prs,, at $5. 

do caps do 5, at$4.50 

Overalls, 15 suits, at $1.50. , 

Drugs, $629.21 ; hospital provisions, $122.38 

Washing hospital bedding 

Muslin and flannel for hospital 

Furniture, $168.25; hardware, $28.78; lumber, $79.10 ,.. 

Plumbing, $13.29 ; large range, $80 ; brooms and brushes, $90.89. 

8 box stoves, at $15, $120 ; small scove, $7 

Carpenters' tools, $38.50; shoemakers' tools, $31.65 

Water rates, $378.05 ; hose, 75 feet, $13.75 

Typograph, $31.18; electric bell, $9; cartage, $355.75 

Recruits' travelling expenses, $342 ; building butts, $15 

Postage, $142.08; library allowance, $20 ; court martial, $24.61.. 

Broken stone, $12.40 ; making 24 signal flags, $12 62 

Soap, blacklead and lime, $8.40 ; handcuffs and rope, $4.25 

Rent of hall for drill, 6 months 

Officers' mess allowance , 

Board of prisoner in York Gaol, 160 days, at 15c 

Caretaker, 1 month, $30; apprehending deserters, $16, 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



14 25 

15 50 
11 00 
62 60 



2,220 25 
1,153 75 
913 75 
730 00 
1,095 00 
1,770 10 



1,785 14 
1,580 21 



738 69 
511 23 



1,165 47 
790 12 

123 17 
139 63 



18 38 

19 54 



1,136 28 
155 82 



$ cts. 
23,973 25 



9 40 

56 30 

8 00 

166 66 



103 25 
24.316 86 



7,882 85 
19,650 00 



3,365 35 



1,249 92 
432 14 



1,966 59 



262 80 
50 



37 92 
55 72 



1,292 10 

726 00 

73 05 

25 00 

22 50 

22 50 

751 59 

13 77 

4 70 

276 13 

184 18 

127 00 

70 15 

391 80 

395 93 

357 00 

186 69 

25 02 

12 65 

100 00 

200 00 

24 00 

46 00 

40,221 55 



208 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



11 



Militia. 



Brought forward. 



Cavalry and Infantry Schools — Continued. 



Cleaning wells and closets, $30; attesting recruits, $5.50 

Transport— -Fredericton Ry., $1L.74; New Brunswick Ry., $85.77. 
do Sieamer ** Star," $2287 ; steamer " Weston," $10.25. 

"Maritime Parmer," printing hospital cards 

Advertising 



Less — Refund by Purcell 

Total, "A" Infantry School, Predericton. 



" Infantry School, St. Johns, 

Lt.-Col. d'Orsonnens 

Major Vidal 

Capt. Coursol 

Lieut. Freer 

Surgeon Campbell 

Attached officers 



N.-C. officers and men , 

F. Daniels, meat, 27,368 lbs., at 9c 

J. B. Dubois, meat, 14,246 lbs., at 7fc. 



T. Roy et fils, bread, 27,368 lbs., at 3ic. 



P. Labelle 



do 14,246 do 2|c 



F. Filiatrault, groceries, 41,614 rations 

J. Simard, wood, 114| cords, at $ 7.50 

Bissett & Donaghy, wood, 72£ cords, at $5.50. 



J Simard, coal, 109^ tons, at 16.50 

Bissett & Donaghy, coal, 191 tons, at $5 



R. Goold & Co., coal oil, 674| gallons, at 25c. 
do do 94f do 24c. 



G. Creeggan, 11 tunics. $166.65; 8 pairs trousers, $40.00. 



do 



4 caps, 20 .00 ; instructions, 29.16. 



E. McConkey, 5 winter coats at $18 

J. Martin & Co , 5 sashes, $37.50; officer's forage cap, $ 5.00 

C. Bes3ette, 5 fur caps, 30.00; 20 overcoats, 30.00 

E. Gelinas, boots, 60 pairs winter, $285.00 ; 21 pairs summer, $ 58.00. 
J.Boyer&Co. do 7 do 33.25; 33 do 102.30. 



Drugs, $219 74; hospital provisions, $9.01; washing, $232.10 , 

Hardware, $335.91; stoves, $220; wheelbarrows, $19 , 

Furniture and repairs, $390.62 ; brooms and brushes, $60.05 

Repairs to buildings, $71 ; fitting up bath for Commandant, $44.77. 

Benches and lamps, $60.20 ; sand and lime, $32 05 

Lumber, $18.48; straw. $44.46; cartage, $17.60 

Postage, 34.08; telegrams, $4.68; book covers, $5 .., 

Sample groceries, $ 4.50; cleaning offices, $22.75 ., 

Carpenter's work, 28.00; carting snow, 8.00 , 

Escort duty and arrests, $12.25; library allowance, $20 , 

Officers' mess allowance, $200; band allowance. $100 

Transport of recruits, $96.65; transport of furniture, $15 

G. Desbarats, stamping envelopes.... • , 

Advertising , , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,916 25 
1,185 00 
830 00 
825 50 
1,185 00 
2,979 GO 



2,463 12 
1,103 94 



9' 2 28 
391 75 



859 73 
397 83 



709 78 
955 07 



168 69 
22 62 



206 65 
49 16 



90 00 

42 50 

60 00 

343 CO 

135 55 



460 85 

574 91 

450 67 

115 77 

92 25 

80 54 

43 76 

27 25 
36 00 
32 25 

300 00 

111 65 

6 60 

28 00 



$ cts. 



40,221 55 



35 50 
97 51 
33 12 
17 50 

17 25 

40,422 43 
31 00 



40,391 43 



8,920 75 
16,300 00 



3,567 06 

1,304 03 
2,054 71 

1,257 56 

1,664 85 

191 31 

255 81 

671 05 



2,360 50 



38,547 63 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



209 



Militia. 



Brought forward 

Cavalry and Infantry Schools — Continued. 



Compensation in place of clothing 

Allowance for winter kit, and fitting uniform. 



Total, Infantry School, St. Johns, Que. 



"C" Infantry School, Toronto:— 

Lt.-Col. Otter, Commandant 

Surgeon F. W. Strange 

Capt. H. Smith ... 

Lieut. J. W. Sears 

Lieut. Wadmore 

Surgeon de la Hooke, June 23rd to 30th. 
Attached officers , 



N.-C. officers and men 

G. Bedingfiold, meat, 35,536 lbs., at 8c . 
do do 5,431 do 7£c 



$ cts. 



1,438 50 
822 00 
822 00 
685 00 
730 00 
16 00 

2,319 50 



$ cts. 



W. Carlisle, bread, 35,536 lbs., at 2|c. 
do do 5,164 do 2fc. 



J. A.Sloan, groceries, 36,359 rations. 
Groceries, 3,891 rations 



W. A. Coppin, straw 

C. Kobinson, wood, 46f cords, at $5.50, 
P. Burns, do 9 do 5.. .. 



do 
do 



coal, 279 tons, at $7. 
do 68* do 6 



H. A. Collins, coal oil, 
do do 

do do 



148 gallons, at 16c, 
41 do 17c. 

do 19c. 



2,842 88 
407 33 



932 68 
148 46 

1,994 19 
211 36 



257 37 
45 CO 


1,953 00 
411 00 


23 68 

6 97 

96 55 



Wicks, $2.30; candles, $6 ; clock and lamps, $12 

10 jackets, $10; 10 overalls, $9; 5 fur caps, $22.50 

3 fur gauntlets, $15; 3 silk sashes, $22.50 

35 pairs boots, $170.45 ; 2 sets gold chevrons, $3.16 

Compensation for clothing, $267.89 ; allowance for winter kits, $45 

Washing, $163.07; hardware, $258.33; stoves, $^39.01 

Hose, 609 feet, $548.10 ; reel and keys, $140 

Toronto Water Works 

Pails and shovels, $25.50 ; rope, $15.50 ; cupboard, $57.04 

Furniture, $254.75 ; water pipes, $163.75; cleaning, $8 

Drugs, $253.94; repairing cots and hand carts, t37.90 

Officers' mess allowance, $200 ; library allowance, $20 

Mens' travelling expense?, $6.72; forage for horses, $52.13 

Telephone, 1 year, $75 ; postage, $28.34 

Funeral expenses, Sergt.-Major Gathercole 

Removal expenses of Major Smith to Toronto 

Transport, Northern Railway, $77.16; Central Ontario Railway, $1.80. 
Advertising . , 



Total, " C " Infantry School, Toronto. 



Summary of Cavalry and Infantry Schools : — 

General Service (page 205). 

"A" Cavalry School, Levis ( do 207). 

" A " Infantry School, Fredericton ( do 208). 

" B " Infantry School, St. John's, Que , ( do 209). 

11 C " Infantry School, Toronto ; ., ( d© 209). 



Improved Rifled Ordnance. 

Ifontgomerie & Workman, London, Eng. — 

Shipping charges on guns and gun carriages from Royal Arsenal, 
Woolwich - 



20 30 

41 50 

37 50 

173 61 

312 89 

660 41 

688 10 

346 68 

98 04 

426 50 

291 84 

220 00 

58 85 

103 34 

10 00 

78 60 

78 96 

30 60 



12,869 99 
24,316 86 
40,391 43 
39,164 63 
35,465 72 



152,198 63 



38,547 63 



368 50 

248 50 

39,164 63 



15,547 15 
3,250 21 
1,081 14 



2,205 55 
67 38 



302 37 
2,364 00 

127 20 



3,677.72 
35,455 72 



148 84 



3—14** 



210 



AUDITOE GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Railways and Canals. 



Brought forward 



Salaries in Dept. of Railways and Canals, not charged to Civil Govt, 



B. S. Almon, 365 daya to June 30, at $1.50.. » 

H. B. Baine, 155 days to June 30, 1885. at $1 

Ethel Belford, 365 days to June 30, at $1.50 

P. Boulay, Draughtsman, 365 days to June 30, at $3 

W. J. Bradley, 215 days to Jan. 31, 1885, at $2 , 

R. W. Brecken, 365 days to June 30, at $2 - 

Ulric Brunet, 365 days to June 30, at $1.50 .7. 

J. W. Burke, 365 days to June 30, at $3.50 ... 

L. Burpe, 365 days to June 30, at $1.50 

J. R. Chamberlain, 365 days to June 30, at $2.50 

A. Crawley, 365 days to June 30, at $2.50 

L. J. Coursolles, 20 days in March, 1885, at $1 , 

J. L. Dakin, 365 days to June 30, at $2 

A. Dale, 365 days to June 30, 1885, at $2.50 

R. A. Davy, 2 months to June 30 

G. Delaporte, 30 days in Nov., 1884, at $2 .. 

do 212 days to June 30, 1884, at $1.50 

G. J. Desbarats, Draughtsman, 5$ months to June 30, at $90 

M. Desjardins, 365 day* to June 30, at $2.60 ..... 

L. A. Desrosiers, one year to June 30 

R. C. Douglas, 365 days to June 30, at $5 

A. M. Edmonds, one year to June 30 

J. Graham, 81 days to June 30, 1885, at $1 

S. Graham. 365 days to June 30, at $1.50 

W Hackett, 106 week days to Oct. 31, 1884, at $1 

A. Hamel, 365 days to June 30, at $2 

Eugene Bammond, 75 days to April 13, 1885, at $1.50 

J. W. Harris, 10 days in Feb., 1885, at $1 « , 

J. D. Hatton, 114 days to June 30, 1885, at $1.50 

E. V. Johnson, one year to June 30 

M. F. Kent, 105 days to June 30, 1885, atfl 

J. Lamb, 10 days in May, 1385, at $1 - 

F. J. Lynch, 1 year to June 30 

J. Martineau, copying, in Dec, 1884 

do do 181 days to June 30, at $1 

K. Merrick, 15 days in Sept., 1884, at $1.50 

V. Montgomery, copying, in April and May, 1885 - 

G. A. Mothersill, 1 year to June 30 

J. O D. Murray, 365 days to June 30, at $2 

C. J McCarthy, 12 days in Feb , 1885, at $1 

M. McKinnon, 365 days to June 30, at $2 

J. H. McLeod, 212 days to Jan. 28, 1885, at $2 

M. O' tfeill, 365 days to June 30, at $2 

Joseph Page, 182 week days to June 30, 1885, at $1 

A. S. Parant, copying, 87 days, Jan. to May, at $1 , 

T. Ridout, 1 year to June 30 

H. L. Ross, 365 days to June 30, at $2 - , 

E. Saucier, 6 days in Nov., 1885, at $1.50 

Collingwood Schreiber, in addition to $4,000 on page 32 

E. J. L. Short, 334 days to June 30, 1885, at $1.60 

John Short, 365 days to June 30, at $2.50 „.. 

J. B. Spence, 1 year to June 30 \, 

L. Tobin, 135 days to June 30, 1885, at $1 .. , 

F. H. D. Veith, 365 days to June 30, at $2.50 .. 

T. Chas. Watson, 365 days to June 30, at $2.50 ,....«- 



$ cts. 



Total, Extra Services in Department of Railways and Gaiials... 
(No. of Clerks on June 30, 1885—39.) 

Charged as follows : — 

Canadian Pacific Railway— Head Office (page 215) 

Lachine Canal— Capital (page 233) 

St. Lawrence Canals — Capital (page 234) 

Welland Canal— Capital , (page 236) 

Short Line iwailway (page 217) 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



211 



Pacific Railway— Capital. 



Port Arthur to Red River ; — 

Material and Work : — 

C. P. Ry Co., work done under Manning, McDonald 

& Oo.'s contract 

C. P. R. Co.., spikes 



0. Birmingham (assignee of Jos. Whitehead) balance 
of plant 

Jacques & Co., balance for transport of rails 



Pembina Branch Arbitration : — 

W. B. Smellie, 37 days, at $10 

do travelling expenses. 



$ cts. 



586,000 00 
964 30 



Jas. H. Rowan, 56 days, at $10 

do travelling expenses. 



Isaac de Boo, 10 days, at $2 

do travelling expenses- 



Engineers : — 

H. F. Forrest, services, 6 months and 9 days.. 
do travelling expenses 



A. J. McLean, 21 days, at $6 

do travelling expenses and board. 



W. W. Forrest, services, 131 days, at $1.60. 



Legal Expenses : — 

D. O'Connor, services re Section B... 

do re Kavanagh, Murphy & Upper, 

do re Pembina Branch Arbitration. 



Aikens, Culver & Hamilton re J. H. Rowan 

do do various cases. 



Moss, Falconbridge & Barwick, re Section B. . 

Miscellaneous : — 

Stationery 

Registrar, St. Boniface, searches ..... 

Sheriff Inkster, services, re right of way 



Preservation of Peace : — 

F. Moberly, Police Commissioner, 5 months. 
L. W. Hill do 11 do . 

J. O. Gough do 8 do 

Chief Constables. ..« 

Constables 

Detective, M. D. Gross 

Guides 



J. C. Gough, expenditure, $296.40 ; do M. D. Gross, $5 

Travelling expenses, $156.10 ; board, $632.07 

Team hire, $i00. 40 ; freight, $9 

Medical attendance, $76; burial expenses, $9. ;. 

Blankets, $103.38 ; buffalo robes, $35 

Overcoat, $14; witness fees, $22 

Hardware, $49.10; fuel, $16.65 

Repairing office, and carpenter work 

Shackles and handcuffs 

Use of building for court 

Printing warrants, $3; sundries, $92 



Share of expenditure Tor Head Office at Ottawa... 

Total, C. P. R., Port Arthur to Red River. 
___ 



370 00 
137 25 


560 00 
326 20 


20 00 
46 25 


693 00 
134 95 


126 00 
120 60 



57 03 
250 00 
250 00 



175 00 
348 73 



500 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

560 00 

6,713 50 

15 00 

44 50 



301 40 
788 17 
409 40 
85 00 
138 38 

36 00 
65 75 
60 00 

37 75 
10 00 
95 00 



(page 215) 



$ cts. 



586,964 30 

1,895 09 
59 12 



507 25 

886 20 

66 25 



827 95 



246 60 
209 60 



557 03 



523 73 

50 00 



81 37 

34 50 

5 25 



9,733 00 



2,026 85 



$ cts 



588,918 51 



1,459 70 



1,284 15 



1,130 7« 



121 12 



11,759 85 
1,000 00 



605,674 09 



212 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



n 



Pacific Railway — Capital. 



British Columbia : — 

Material and Work : — 

D. O. Mills, work on Contract 60. 
do do 61., 

do do 62., 

do do 63., 



A. Onderdonk do 92 

do bridges, stations, and removing slides.. 

John P. Bacon, work under Contract 103 



Salaries : — 

Hon. J. W. Trutch, part of $5, 600 as Government Agent 
E. V. Bodwell, Accountant, 12 months 
H. S. Roebuck, Secretary 10^ do 

E. M. Boville, Private Secretary 12 
Marcus Smith, Engineer, 12 
J. Tomlinson do .12 

F. C. Gamble do 12 



do 
do 
do 
do 



G. A. Keefer, Resident Engineer, 6 months' ealary and 

board allowance , 

G. A. Keefer, gratuity of 1 month on leaving service... 

L. B. Hamlin, Resident Engineer, 11 months 

H. A. F. McLeod do 11 do 



E. A. Wilmot, Division Engineer 1 do 

J. B. Brophy do 11 do 

D. Leduc, Assistant 11 do 

N. B. Gauvreau do 11 do 

H. B. Smith do 12 do 

G. C. Carman do 11 do 

Henry Fry do 3 do 

A. J. Hill do 4 do 



do 



John Aylen 

do 
A. E. Hill 
T. R. B. Smith 
J. P. Burnyeat 
C. F. Hanington 
A. B. McKav 



gratuity of 1 month on leaving service. 



do 

Assistant 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

4 months' salary .. 
2 do 10 days. 
10 do 18 do 
2 do 25 do 



3 months' salary. 



do gratuity of 1 month on leaving service. 

J. A. Heckman do do 

do Assistant 4 months' salary , 

W. G. Pinder do 1 do 

F. C. Borradaile do , 



G. H. W. Brown, Clerk 
W. D. McKay do 

S. E. Woolbridge do 
W. A. D. Jones do 
J. S. Clute do 



5 months. 



11 months. 



P. Summerfield, Draughtsman. 

A. G. J. Pinder do 

F. H. Bodwell 



L. T. Tilley, 2 months 
N. J. Johnson 



"W. Bell, Timber Inspector, 2 months. 

J. Bailey, inspecting bridge , 

C. Bell, Timber Inspector, 2 months.. 
Ed. Farr, Masonry Inspector , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



3,000 00 

255,800 00 

298,700 00 

1,025,900 00 



473,300 00 
34,615 11 



4,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,680 00 



1,539 

216 

2,823 

2,823 



220 
2,420 

1,650 

1,540 

1,680 

1,760 

420 

720 

150 

100 

520 

373 

1,375 

386 

256 

390 

100 

110 

560 

140 

226 



375 
448 
210 
880 
86 

103 
625 

75 



200 00 
21 77 


130 00 

37 50 

130 00 

962 57 



$ cts. 



1,583,400 09 

507,915 11 
17,700 00 



2,500 00 

2,499 98 

1,050 00 

900 00 



8,680 00 

7,403 14 
2,640 00 



$ cts. 



i, 109,015 11 



12,468 91 

2,000 00 

804 10 
221 77 



42,427 97 2,109,01511 



if 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



213 



Pacific Railway — Capital. 



Brought forward 



British Columbia— Continued. 
Salaries : — 

Thos. Deasy, Messenger, 12 months 

W. Crart do 4 do 24 days 

F. J. Harding, Mr. Trutch's Attendant, 11 months 



Preservation of Peace : — 

C. Todd, Peace Commissioner, 10 months and 22 days. 

Constables , 

Hire of 8 horses for constables , 



Land Commission : — 

Hon. H. M Ball, Commissioner, 73 days, at $10 

H. E. Croasdaile do 73 do 10 

Provisions and camp outfit for land valuators 

(Judge Ball's pension will be stopped for 73 days.) 

Labor: — 

Timekeepers, $1,105 ; rodmen, $5,525.09 

Rockmen, $3,842.49; axemen, $10,802.58 . .. , 

Canoemen, $254.67; sundry labor, $1,262.55 , 



$ cts. 



480 00 
264 00 
330 00 



$ cts. 



42,427 97 



1,C74 00 



1,784 88 

1,681 16 

540 00 



Travelling Expenses and Outlay ; — 

J. Tomlinson, travelling expenses and board allowance 

Mrs. A. J. Hill, travelling from B.C. to Ottawa 

C. P. Hanington do do 

H. S. Roebuck, removal of self and family from B.C. to 

Ontario 

C. Todd, travelling expenses 

do advance for travelling expenses 

H. A. F. McLeod, travelling expenses and outlay 

Hon. J. W. Trutch do 

Marcus Smith do and board allowance 

E. M. Boville, travelling expenses 

F. J. Harding, travelling expenses 

L.B.Hamlin do 

W. A. D. Jones, outlay 

Sundry persons, travelling expenses 

do board 



Land for Railway : — 

J. W. Wells, $1,500; W. J. Harrison, $719.50 

A. Cameron, $59.50; Jas. Fraser, $42.90.. 

W. J. Harris, $274.80; E. Irving, $247.... 

Robertson, Elliott & McLean 

Mayo Pupee and H. Ferguson 

L. Malatesta, $10 ; A. McLean, $385.60 

R, Robertson 



730 00 
730 CO 
617 46 



6,630 09 

14,645 07 

1,517 22 



760 25 
201 25 
228 60 

800 00 

234 00 

100 00 

181 45 

431 50 

843 50 

284 50 

102 75 

71 28 

25 25 

1,726 45 

653 38 



Stationery and Printing : — 

Stationery , 

Newspapers, $18.50; advertising, $836.49. 

Lithographing, $9; printing, 171.25 , 

Photographic plates , 

Taking photographs 

Mounting plans 

Views of railway works 



Office Contingencies : — 

Telephone, 10 months, $70 ; post office box, $12, 

Telegrams, $425.01 ; duDnage bags, $60.50 

Gas, $18.10; coal oil, $213.75 

Fuel, $468; water, $24 , 

Office rent, $705; office supplies, $75.19-. 

Office repairs, $182.66 ; removing office, $60 , 



Carried forward 



2,219 50 
102 40 
521 80 
387 50 
119 00 
395 60 
942 35 



1,387 85 

884 99 

180 25 

40 00 

110 00 

14 50 

19 50 



82 00 
485 51 
231 85 
492 00 
780 19 
242 66 



$ cts. 
2,109,015 11 



4,006 04 



2,077 46 



22,792 38 



6,644 16 



4,638 15 



2,637 09 



2,314 21 



2,197,676 52 



2U 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Pacific Railway — Capital. 



Brought forward 



.British Columbia — Continued. 
Official Car " Cumberland" : — 

Intercolonial Railway, repairing " Cumberland 

C. S. Shaw, crockery and glassware , 

Dupuis & Nolin, towels and napkins , 

Uniform for Porter 

J. W. Douglas, Porter , , 

Fitting double windows 

Coal, $1.40; oil, 56c *...., , 



F. A. Hodgson, flooring shed of " Cumberland," at 
Ottawa , 

Canada Atlantic Railway, rent of lot 



Miscellaneous Expenditure : — 

6 hand cars, $390; boxing and packing hand cars, $15. 

Repairing hand car, $16 ; blacksmithing, $89.50 

Hardware, $227.87 ; iron pipes, $2,648.10 

Instruments and repairs, $422.50 ; 2 boats, $80 

Pickets, $10.50; freight, $749.20 

Hay and oats, $408.27; buggy lines, $8 

Cleaning cesspools 

Removing Government property 

Making trail, $50; 1 trunk, $3 

Drake & Jackson, legal services <.... 

Registry Office fees , 



$ cts. 



326 39 

21 15 

15 62 

26 50 

717 60 

4 21 

1 96 



$ cts. 



1,113 43 

175 00 
10 00 



Share of expenditure for Head Office at Ottawa. 



Less— Refund for 10 acres of land sold 
Total, C. P. R., British Columbia 



Station Accommodation : — 

John McDonald, work under contract 



Subsidy to Canadian Pacific Railway Co.: — 

C. P. R. Co., work performed on Central Section 
do do Eastern do 



Advances on account oj Rails {Contract, sec. 9, sub-sec. c) : — 

Balance from 1883-84 (page 111) „ , 

Less — Deducted from subsidy 



Award to Contractors on Section B : — 

Peter McLaren, Trustee for Manning, McDonald, McLaren 
& Co 



(page 215) 



405 00 

105 50 

2,875 97 

502 50 

759 70 

416 27 

15 00 

37 00 

53 00 

969 70 

27 50 



% cts. 



2,197,676 57 



105,000 00 
105,000 CO 



Inspect! ng- Engineers, ILand and Contingencies 

Aikins, Culver & Hamilton, legal services 

G. G. Allan, damages to property 

J.Park do 

A. Todd, land 

L. S. Vaughan, retention of property for 7 years .... 

do cutting cordwood thereon , 

S. Sullivan, re right of way , 



W. Wagner, damages (to be refunded by C.P.R. Co.). 
J. Isbester do do 



Carried forward 



2,087,973 00 
4,774,228 00 



40 82 

40 00 

642 20 

350 00 

50 00 

6 04 



1,298 43 



6,167 14 
14,000 00 



2,219,142 14 
252 10 

2,218,890 04 



442 40 



6,862,20100 



626 

884 



395,000 00 



205 01 

1,129 06 
1,510 45 



2,844 52 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



215 



Pacific Railway— Capital. 



Brought forward- 



Inspecting Engineers, Land and Contingencies 

H. Muma, travelling expenses 

W. Compton do 

Chas. Thibault do 



Share of expenditure for Head Office at Ottawa 

Total, Inspecting Engineers, Land and Contingencies. 



Claims of Sifton, Ward & Co. : 

Sifton, Ward & Co., balance of claims on contract between 
Red River and Cross Lake— award of $14,175.00, and 
interest at6 p.c 



"West of Red River : — 

Bowie, McTavish & Co., amount of claims in connection 
with their contract on 2nd 100 miles 



$ cts. 



(page 215) 



$ Ct3 



300 00 
348 29 
321 90 



$ cts. 



2,844 52 



970 19 
3,277 55 

7,092 26 



17,575 00 



14,246 74 






C.P. Railway, Dead Office, Suspense Account : — 

Salaries : — 

Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government... 
Contingencies : — 

Telegraphing 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office, Ottawa , 

F. J. Lynch, office contingencies 

Telephone 

Repairing numbering machine 

Lithographing , 

American Railroad Journal 

Dominion Statutes 

C.P.R. Co., back charges 



Total, C.P.R. Head Office. 



Charged as follows : — 

Port Arthur to Red River , 

British Columbia 

Inspecting Engineers, Land and Contingencies. 



(page 210) 



(page 211) 
( « 214) 
( " 215) 



2,469 90 

1,381 37 

499 23 

145 45 

105 00 

23 25 

9 00 

6 00 

5 80 

5 05 



1,000 00 

14,000 00 

3,277 55 



13,627 50 



4,650 05 



18,277 55 



18,277 55 



Note.— It should be observed that $18,277.55 for C.P.R. Head Office, above, is distributed 
among the different grant3 for the C.P.R. It must not be added when calculating the total 
expenditure. 

Similarly, the amount shown for salaries, on page 210, is divided among the different grants, 
instead of being estimated for separately. 

* J. L. McD. 



216 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Short Line Railway. 



Expenditure by O. R. L. Fellowes :— 

G. R.L. Fellowes, Gompassman, 11 months, at $125 

do Examination Engineer, 2 months, at $110 

H. M. Balkam, Leveller and Examination Engineer, 13 months, at $100 
Fred. L. Feilowes, Topographer and Chaiuman, 5 months, at $30 ....... 

Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, guides, canoemen and cooks 

Provisions and board of self and men...,. 

Travelling expenses and horse hire..... 

Freight and express, $100 05; telegrams, $9.83 

Instruments and repairs, $111.80; hardware, $15 21 

Camp outfit, $61.29; stationery, $17.61 ; hay and oats, $45.94 

Medical services, $9 60 ; discount on draft, $3.75 ., 

Fisher & Connell, legal services 



$ cts. 



1,375 00 
220 00 

1,300 00 
150 00 

1,966 64 

1,066 31 
628 51 
109 88 
127 01 
124 84 
13 35 
6 00 



Less— Advanced in 1883-84 (page 136;. 



Expenditure by Ambrose Duffy : — 

Ambrose Duffy, Engineer, 9£ months, at $125 

J. W, Heckman, Assistant Engineer, 1 month and 27 days, at $100 

Kelly Evans, Leveller, 9£ mouths, at $100 ; 

F. C. Anderson, Topographer 

Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, flagmen and cooks 

Provisions and board of self and men 

Travelling expenses and horse hire..... 

Freight and express, $86.18; instruments and repairs, $12.95 

Camp outfit, $37.96 ; customs duties, $9.45 , 

Stationery, $6.25; hardware, $1.75; medicines, $9.85,. 

Discount on Canadian money 



Less— Advanced in 1883-84 (page 136). 

Expenditure by Henry K. Wickstead: — 

H. K. Wickstead, services, 44 days, at $5 

Sundry labor, $90 ; guide, $20 

Provisions and board of self and men , 

Travelling expenses, $36 50; freight and cartage, $41.50.... 
Repairing instrument, $2.25 ; camp outfit, $20.79 

Expenditure by S. F. Belknap : — 

S. F. Belknap, transitman, l£ months, at $125 , , 

A. W. Mitchell, leveller, 23 days, at $100 a month 

Rodmen, chainmen and axemen , 

Provisions and board of self and men 

Travelling expenses and horse hire 

Expenditure by Win. J. Crawford 



7,087 54 
500 00 



1,187 50 

187 10 

950 00 

194 11 

1,440 58 

509 14 

321 75 

99 13 

47 41 

17 85 

4 00 

4,958 57 
700 00 



Wm J. Crawford, chief of party, 1 2 fa months, at $125...., 

Ralph Jones, leveller, 12 months, at $100..... 

J. C. Schreiber, Transitman and Assistant Engineer, 6 months and 10 

days, at $100 

J. L. Crawford, Topographer, 3 months and 23 days, at $50 

Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, guides, picketmen and cooks 

Provisions and board of self and men , 

Travelling expenses and horse hire 

Freight and express, $186.02 ; instruments and repairs, $57.30 

Camp outfit, $395.62; moving camp, $85.45 ■ . 

Maps, stationery and postage. , 

Telegrams, $7.91 ; medicines, $3.80 , 



Less— Advanced in 1883-84 (page 136).. 

Expenditure by Vernon Smith: — 

Vernon Smith, Engineer, 11 months at $200 

W. H.Mitchell, leveller, 8 months, at $100 , 

Chainmen, axemen, picketmen, explorers, guidei and cooks. 



220 00 

110 00 

67 95 

78 00 

23 04 



187 50 

76 67 

166 00 

155 75 

54 50 



1,504 16 
1,200 00 

629 23 

163 46 

2,526 56 

1,142 87 

407 15 

243 32 

481 07 

40 86 

11 71 



Carried forward. 



8,35"- 39 
600 00 


2,200 00 

800 00 

2,103 95 



5,103 95 



$ cts. 



6,587 54 



4,258 57 



498 99 



640 42 



7,750 39 



19,735 91 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



21T 



Short line Railway. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Expenditure by Vernon Smith : — 


5,103 95 

924 71 

1,045 65 

75 22 

253 14 

64 58 

7 20 

107 93 


19,735 9L 


Travelling expenses and horse hire ... , 




Freight and express, $37.47 ; instruments and repairs, $37.75 

Camp outfit, $235.89 ; moving camp, $17.25 




Telegrams, $16.72 ; stationery, $42.58 ; medicine, $5.28 




Discount on draft and Canadian money 

Expenditure by D. W. Brown 




Less — Advanced in 1883-84 (page 136) , 


7,582 38 
2,000 00 






5,582 38 


Expenditure by R. A. Davy :— 

R. A. Davy, in charge of party, 10 months, at $160 


1,600 00 
500 00 
895 27 

1,004 83 

•257 85 

10 i 40 

34 80 

33 20 

3 25 

4,431 60 
700 00 

2,791 66 

1,301 66 

4,165 50 

1,6 8 15 

1,351 56 

357 34 

533 50 

111 01 

106 17 


C. E. McNaughton, Leveller, 5 months, at $100 




Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, picketmen and guides . . 




Provisions, and board of self and men „ 




Travelling expenses and horse hire 

Freight and express, $15.80 ; instruments and repairs, $86.60 




Camp outfit, $28.35 ; postage and telegrams, $6.45 » 




Maps, $30.70 ; stationery box, $2 50 




Discount on draft * 




Less— Advanced in 1883-84 (page 136) 




Expenditure by A. L. Light : — 

A. L. Light, Engineer in Charge, 11 months and 5 days, at $250 


3,731 60 


Edwin Force, Leveller, 11 months and 25 days, at $110 




Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, picketmen, guides and cooks 

Provisions, and board of self and men ~. .... 

Travelling expenses and horse hire 

Freight and express, $168.54; instruments and repairs, $188.80 




Camp outfit, $515.15 ; moving camp, $18.35 

Books, stationery and postage, $93.01 ; maps, $18 

Telegrams, $59.79 ; medicines, $19.62 : Customs dutv, $26.76 




S , * «* , eu uuw, ipis.o- , V.UBIUIU8 uuiy, jpao. <o 




Less — Advanced in 1883-84 (Daere 136} 


12,336 55 
2,000 00 




A uv a uteamioooo npa g e iaD; 


10,336 55 


Expenditure by Parker Spofford ;— 

Parker Spofford, Engineer, Aug. 12, 1884, to Feb. 26, 1885, at $150 

W. Nickerson do Sept. 23 to Dec. 24, 1884, at $110 


962 50 

338 46 

487 50 

281 54 

182 30 

234 61 

136 73 

155 96 

3,055 05 

1,078 45 

458 29 

77 87 

336 31 

128 21 
62 67 


Moses Burpee do 3^ months, at $150 




W. S. Pearce, Transitman, 4| months, at $60. 

H. Hilliard do Sept. 23 to Dec. 23, at $60 

W. N. Machin, Leveller, 4f months, at $50 


• 


C. W. Mullen do Sept. 23 to Dec. 23, 1884, at $45 




H. P. Bean, Topographer 




Rodmen, chainmen, axemen, guides and cooks , 




Provisions, and board of self and men 

Travelling expenses and horse hire 

Freight and express, $47.87 ; instruments, $30 




Camp outfit, $307 41 ; moving camp, $18.90 ; maps, $10 

Printing and stationery, $102.64 ; telegrams, $10.25 ; hay and oats, 
$15.32 




Discount on draft, $20.35; miscellaneous, $42.32 






7,976 45 


Sundry Expenditure : — 

W. B. Smellie, C.E., preparing plans, 71 days, at $10 


710 00 
446 33 
345 00 
328 90 
181 00 
150 00 


National Manufacturing Co., camp outfit 




Burland Lithographic Co., 2,000 maps of " Short Line," in 5 printings... 
Stationery Office, Ottawa , 




Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government (page 210.)........ ... 




D. W. Brown, Engineer on exploratory survey, li months # , 








Carried forward 


2,161 23 


47,362 89 



218 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Short Iiine Railway. 



Brought forward . 



Sundry Expenditure : — 

Kavanagh Bros , provisions , 

E. V. Johnson, travelling expenses. 

6. N.-W. Co., telegrams 

Canadian Express Co 



Less — Sale of camp outfits and provisions 

Total, Short Line Railway, Explorations and Surveys 



$ cts. 



2,161 23 



145 10 

27 90 

25 06 

4 85 



% cts. 



47,362 89- 



2,364 14 

49,727 03 
139 58 

49,587 45 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



219 



Intercolonial Ry. — Capital. 



Summary of Capital Expenditure. 



St. John (page 220) 

220) 
221) 
222) 



Increased accommodation 

Halifax Extension ( 

Dartmouth Branch , t ( 

Dalhousie do ( 

Riviere du Lcup Town Branch , ( " 223) 

St. Charles Branch and Ferry- 
Western Section ( " 224) 

Central do ( " 225) 

Eastern do ( " 226) 

Legal expenses ( " 227) 

Construction ( " 227) 

Additional rolling stock ( " 237) 

do coal cars * ( " 228), 

Legal expenses in re Windsor and Annapolis Railway ( " 228) 

Awards by Commissioners ( " 228) 

Construction ot line between Painsec Junction and boundary of Nova Scotia. 

Indian Town Branch (page 229) 

Paspebiac do .....( " 229) 



Total, Intercolonial Railway, Capital. 



Increased Accommodation, St. John : — 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., account contract for passenger station. 
do stone, briok, cement do 

do labor and material 

do excavating 

do extras, head house 

do do St. John station « .... 



Bond & Milden, 
do 
do 
do 



account train house 
labor and material .. 
train house roof ,.... 
masonry work 






J. McGourty, building retaining wall 

do excavating 

do stone 

do foundation for scales.... 



R. Mitchell, heating contract ... 

do boilers, &c 

do hot water apparatus, St. John 

C McGourty, building wall and excavating 

J. T. C. McKean, account contract passenger station 

C. A. Everett, wire fencing 

Humphrey & Trites. deals 

St. John Bolt and Nut Co., labor and material > . 

Wisdom & Fi?h, material 

A. Sinclair, lumber... 

Sargent & Jonah, blue printing paper v.... 

D. Dickson, roofing 

J. Stirling, work on walls of flour shed , 

G. S. Mayes, driving spiling v... 

A. Dunn, lumber 

J. Humphrey, sleepers 

D. O'Brien, lumber 

St. John Gas Light Co., pipes and labor 

E. Fisher, lumber „ 

G. Fleming & Son, crab winches 

W. M Smith, examining and testing boilers 

Jas McDade, labor on train house 

W. Hazelhurst, railing 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Dept., material supplied 



Carried forward. 37,578 17 



$ cts. 



142,737 61 
71,960 60 
42,427 50 



23,190 45 
5,703 00 
6,131 95 
49 00 
5,410 86 
3,000 00 

6,032 90 

2,144 02 

175 00 

1,887 50 



2,506 10 
81 80 

1,145 00 
66 00 



1.715 00 

1,285 00 

839 89 



2 00 

138 43 

40 38 

30 00 

20 00 

650 00 

555 00 

19,423 50 

16,718 86 



$ cts.. 



116,732 68 

16,580 01 

164,456 75 

52,723 78 

46,256 01 



257,125 71 

182 95 

6,173 39 

41,793 97 

245,420 00 

407 36 

49,761 00 

150 000 00 

48,497 48 

4,167 21 



1,200,278 30 



43,485 26 



10,239 42 



3,728 90 



3,839 89 

1,168 10 

2,684 31 

9 00 

642 74 

277 74 

86 68 

251 48 

1 87 

35 25 

21 50 

126 75 

283 05 

34 57 



66,986 51 



220 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Intercolonial Ry, — Capital, 



Brought forward 



Increased Accommodation, St. John — Continued. 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire, ballasting. 

do carriage of material 

do labor furnished 



C. T. Hillson, expenses 

J. C. Murray do 

P.S.Archibald do 

G.Brown, salary and expenses. 

W. B. Mackenzie, services do 

J. S. Trites do 

G. L. Robinson do 

E. H. Keating do 

J. Sullivan do 

W. C. Drury do 

J. A. Kerr, coach hire. 

M. Blackall do . 

T. F. Raymond, board. 



do 

as Timekeeper 

as Engineer 

as Clerk of Works, St.. John Station, 
searching titles 



Advertising , 

L. R. Harrison, legal services , 

Jas. McDade, land taken 

J. C. & C. J. Coster, rent of McDade property. 
J. C. Coster, land taken 



Station Master, St. John, rent during erection of station. 
W. J. Robertson, allowance for rent 



Total, Increased Accommodation, St John, 



Halifax Extension : — 

S. Giles, work on Observatory Hill, Halifax 

do account removing Dockyard Hill 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., account contract hay shed, Richmond 

Truro Foundry and Machine Co., labor and material, wharf derrick, 

R. T. Roome, painting , 

Clish, Crowe & Co., turntable gear 

J. White, pipe for elevator 

G. E. Smith & Co., material supplied . ■ < 

Paymaster, labor . 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do 6 coal trolleys 

Mechanical Department, labor furnished 

do do at Deep Water terminus 

do do at new" car shop, Richmond 



$ cts. 



A. Grant, services as Engineer 

do expenses to New York, Boston, &c. 

C. T. Hillson, travelling expenses 

Mrs. H. A. Ross, board of A. C. Selig 

R. Fraser, hack hire 



Wallace Graham, legal services re Crowley's land. 
Advertising , 



Total, Halifax Extension. 



Dartmouth Branch : — 

D. Waddell, contract masonry, pivot pier, Narrows bridge. 

do damage to building 

do removing iron spars ., 

Oakes & Paw, account contract grading « 

do crib work 

M. J. Hogan, contract bridging at Narrows, 

do extras for pile and trestle bridge 



37,578 17 



3,419 50 
486 10 
109 93 

101 25 

7 50 
68 55 
38 25 
68 05 

100 00 

8 00 
100 00 
880 00 

2 00 

22 30 

43 60 

212 80 



3,366 00 

60 00 

2,400 00 



450 00 
35 48 



Carried forward. 



6,090 00 

2,353 80 

1,950 00 

313 05 

300 00 

40 00 

28 30 
18 95 

2,047 53 

1,586 42 

204 00 

29 99 
6 52 

106 38 



1,034 48 

175 00 

28 75 

54 00 

9 50 



19,308 35 

200 00 

40 00 

45,679 31 

94 84 

14,500 00 

4,687 10 



$ Cts. 
66,986 51 

41,593 70 



1,652 30 

14 40 

175 29 



5,825 00 

485 48 
116,732 68 



15,074 94 



1.301 73 
49 75 

153 59 

16,580 01 



84,509 60 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



221 



Intercolonial Ry.— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Dartmouth Branch — Concluded. 

Starr Manufacturing Co., steel swing bridge, 

T. C. Connors, work on runaway bents 

J. T Walker, removing building 

T. Fillimore, piles 

Holliday & Rushton, loading lumber 

do lumber 

E. L. Black, lumber 

do loading lumber 

T. L. de Wolf & Co. do ,. 

Rettie & Birrell do , 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



B. Mattinson 
J. H. Chisholm 
S. Purdy 

A. L. Wright & Co. 
T. G. McMullin 

C. W. Archibald, inspecting timber... 

T. Geddes do bridge 

P. Fahey, jumper knees 

Humphrey & i rites, piles 

D. Ff Archibald, knees for bridge 

D. McKenzie do . 

A. Fillimore do 

R. Moslie, building taken, and removing same 

M. Downing, removing outhouse 

J. Blagdon, extending wharf..... 

W. A. Hendry, use of theodolite 

.D. Farrell, carting stone 

Paymaster, labor. ,. 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do ' new steel rails 

Mechanical Department, labor furnished ........ 

do carriage of material .. 



P. S. Archibald, expenses -....*.« 

C. T. Hillson do , 

W. B. Mackenzie do 

T. J. Ritchie, salary and expenses as Engineer 

H. Hessiein & Sons, board 

Mrs. N. A. Ross do 

R. Fraser, horse hire r , 

W. H. Isnor do 

W. R. Jamieson, ferriage „„. 

J. D. Robb, services as Engineer , , % 191 25 

do expenses securing right'of way..... 10 72 



Advertising 

Wallace Graham, legal services.. 
D. O'Connor do 



W. Cunard, land taken 

J. W. Barton k H. W. Murray, land taken , 

Heirs of J. W, Young do 

Heirs of Jos. Weir estate do : 

D. Farrell do 

A.Phillips do 

H. Hesslein & Sons do for road approach. 

J. W. Turner, damage to tannery , 

W. Stairs do house ■ 

Dartmouth Quoit Club, damage to quoit beds 



Total, Dartmouth Branch. 



cts. 



84,509 60 



19,900 

3,403 

2,388 

2,747 

122 

1,173 

5,501 

244 

87 

329 

320 

67 

176 

323 

183 

26 

81 

30 

517 

85 

460 

82 

250 

10 

525 

15 

6 

4,184 

8, 10 J 

22,732 

77 

2,400 



43 

55 

11 

528 

722 

126 

77 

22 

12 



201 97 



79 75 
119 50 



160 00 
132 29 
132 29 
132 29 
423 00 
79 37 

50 00 
100 00 

51 00 
10 00 



$ cts. 



161,069 12 



1,800 18 
117 96 



199 25 



1,270 24 
164,456 75 



222 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



a 



Intercolonial Ry. — Capital. 




Dalhousie Branch: — 

W. Taylor, contract for branch, 
do do wharf., 

do repairs to do ... 

do snow fence 

do boards , 



Irving Moffatt, grading siding ; building platform. 

do work on station grounds 

do lumber 

do labor and material 



G. Moffatt, freight shed, engine house, and extra work. 

do lumber 

do labor 



P. Nadeau, contract coal shed. 

do extra work 

do building latrines... 



P. Blundell, building station house , 

W. S. Smith, inspecting wharf 

Carrier, Laine & Co , iron grating for engine house 

Rhodes, Curry <fe Co., glazed sashes , , 

E. Harquil, labor on Dalhjusie Station , 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do new steel rails 

do foundation for Dalhousie station ..... 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire ballasting. 

do labor on water supply 



J. Barbarie, recording deeds , 

T. Murphy, boardand horse hire 

G. A. Vye, board 

J. K. Eaton, services and expenses as engineer. 

W, M. Bright, salary as engineer in charge 

do expenses 

P.S.Archibald do , 



C. W. Archibald 
J. J. Taylor 
C. P. Hillson 
G. Ackman 



do 
do 
do 
do 



L. R. Harrison, legal services. 
J. C. Barbarie do 



R. Moffatt, land taken 
E. Ferguson do 
L. McCurdy do 
W. Taylor do 

J. Murchie do 
J. Douglas do 



and moving fence. 



C. Blais, damage to land. 

A. & J. Cook, in full for all damages. 



Total, Dalhousie Branch. 



Riviere da Loup Town Branch: — 

Theriault & Deschenes, account, contract for branch. 

do labor and material 

C. Dube, lumber 

G. Moffatt do w 

F. Bourgoing, cedar 

G. Tanguay, pine for bridge „ , 

Proulx & Waterson, material 

Pelletier & Son do , 

Paymaster, labor 



Carried forwards. 



10.017 44 


4,175 00 


1,423 38 


858 50 


56 00 


614 08 


494 13 


842 56 


529 45 


1,531 07 


321 80 


59 90 


495 00 


20 00 


35 00 


296 00 


175 91 


3 00 


45 09 


11 74 


5,375 12 


5,433 07 


13,960 27 


446 01 


3,312 50 


504 12 


42 50 


193 50 


11 00 


16 90 


187 50 


69 95 


33 40 


4 50 


4 50 


87 75 


2 55 


29 09 


102 00 


500 00 


40 00 


30 00 


182 50 


10 00 


5 00 


85 00 


50 00 



14,215 02 


1,683 47 


367 48 


10 00 


562 44 


472 00 


8 76 


64 37 


1,408 82 



18,782 36 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



Intercolonial Ry.— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Riviere da Loup Town Branch — Concluded. 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do do new steel rails 

Road do 1 pair double rail girders 

Mechanical do engine and car hire ballasting. 



J. K. Eaton, services and expenses as engineer. 

W. M. Bright do as engineer 

do expenses 

W. B.Mackenzie do 



J.J.Taylor do 

P.S.Archibald do 

T.J.Ritchie do 

A. Dufour, horse hire , 

Jas. Yeo do 

Mrs. B. Oavison, board 

J. Deslauriers do 

J. A. Roy, notarial services....- < 

E. Mailloux, registering deeds. , , 

Advertising , 

J. Levesque, land taken 

P. Ploudre do 

Estate of J. H. Fraser, land taken , 

J. B. Pouliot <fc Sons, land taken... .. 

do interest on above award for land. 
J. Guerette. use of land and damage to fencing 



Total, Riviere du Loup Town Branch 

St. Charles Branch and Ferry— Western Section :— 

M.J. Hogan, filling pond 

Atkinson & Murray, filling pond 

Nesbitt & Auger, contract Freight Shed, Levis 

M. Hurly, painting Levis Station and Baggage Room. . 

do do semaphores , 

do labor and material 



P. Gourdeau & A. Huot, heating Levis Station. 

R. Smith, lumber 

T. Paradis do 

J. Breakey, switch beams and sleepers 

R. P. Clinch, telegraph poles , 

King Bros., snow-fence posts 

C. Oube, lumber for ice-house, Levis 

do cedar shiagles 



Roy & Co., window sashes, &c, Levis Station 

Michaud & Mercier, double windows 

Andrews Bros., labor and material 

Beaudet k Chinic, material 

Carrier, Laine & Co., material 

do labor and material for steam shovel. 



8. Peters, lumber 

do flooring and ehingles. 
do measuring wharf 



N. Pelchat, blacksmith work , 

P. Belanger, building baggage room on Quebec aide 

F. H. Thompson, material ,.. 

J. Maguire, plumbing at Levis Station 

J. P. Whelan & Co , stone 

L. P. Vallee, views of property for Dominion Arbitrators 

Levis "Quotidien," 100 placards..-. 

Clish, Crowe & Oo, repairs to steam shovel ■ 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



18,782 36 



15,043 61 

10,725 48 

50 00 

246 20 



18 75 

375 00 

95 68 

5 50 

6 35 
24 80 
14 25 
92 00 

2 00 
99 25 
60 02 
89 50 
28 60 



75 00 
92 40 
21 20 
252 60 
25 26 
15 00 



1,821 57 

708 91 
190 46 



345 02 
11 25 



30 83 
3 57 


2,877 39 
79 54 
20 00 



$ ets. 



44,847 65 



910 70 
16 20 



481 46 



46,256 01 



49,566 66 
6,990 88 
4,146 2a 



2,720 94 
1,245 50 
2,170 56 
1,551 97 
1,811 87 
200 00 
563 62 



356 27 
239 40 

12 00 
461 16 

94 88 



34 40 



2,976 93 

167 76 

54 00 

122 53 

898 38 

61 50 

60 00 

23 75 

89 12 



76,620 3« 



224 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



St. 



Intercolonial By,— Capital. 



Brought forward, 



diaries' Branch and Ferry — Western Section — Continued- 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied , 

do new steel rails - ~ 

do furniture for Levis Station 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire, ballasting 

do labor furnished 

do carriage of material 



$ cts. 



Fees to 13 witnesses 

W. B. Mackenzie, salary and expenses -.. 

Peter Grant, salary as engineer , ,. .... 

C. T. Hillson, expenses 

P. S. Archibald do 

S. A. Pitou do ...., , 

J.J. Taylor do 

J. Bowin, services as messenger , 

W. Tofield, board. 

Mrs. P. J. Wallace, board , 

G. Fortin, meals to men., 

H. Demers, tracing plans 

A. Sewell do 

B. M. Talbot, copies of plans « 

F. X. Berlinguet, services re land , 

E. Demers do , 

L N. Carrier, searching deeds 

W. Shanly, C.E., fee as Arbitrator in re Government vs. Quebec 

Central Railway 



Advertising 

J. B. Eamel, services as Notary 

J.E.Roy do 

E. Lemitux, N.P., preparing deeds 

E. Samson, land taken. , 

E. Turgeon do , 

H. Guay do 

Pierre Guay do 

School Commissioners, Village of Lauzon, assessment on land taken, 



953 20 

172 27 

284 00 

52 25 

41 70 

27 88 

2 47 

10 00 

219 79 

5 00 

30 75 

17 34 

8 00 

21 00 

492 00 

502 79 

36 58 

375 00 



Belleau, Stafford & Belleau, legal services re LeClerc 

do paying witnesses 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services 

Andrews, Caron, Andrews & Pentland, preparing cases for Dominion 
Arbitrators 



Less- 



-Stores Department, overcharge on material. 

M. J. Hogau, material for filling pond 

Proceeds, sale of building 



Total, St. Charles' Branch and Ferry— Western Section 



rnarles Branch and Ferry— Central Section :— 

Quebec Central Railway, amount in fall for all claims arising out of 

the location of the line 

T. Doucft, re award to Quebec Central Railway „ , 

M. J. Hogan, estimate for work done 

D. Roy & Son, account building Harlaka station ;« 

F. K. Thompson, labor and material 

Carrier, Laine & Co. do for steam shovel 

do do ... 

M. Hurly, paint, and painting semaphores , 



Carried forward 



50 40 

25 25 

215 00 

155 30 

9,466 00 

7 00 

75 00 

7 00 

5 60 

55 20 

63 86 

1,268 80 

275 00 



5,314 34 
847 53 
195 36 



7,324 46 

10 06 

31,137 01 

2,075 00 

184 56 

43 66 

3 57 

581 37 



6,357 23 
142,737 61 



41,359 69 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



225 



Intercolonial Ry. — Capital. 



Brought forward 



-Central Section — Continued. 



•Mt. Charles Branch and Ferry- 
Andrews Bros., material 

N. Pelchat, iron work repairs 

Beaudet & Chinic, grey felt 

G. Dube, shingles 

J. P. Whelan £ Co., stone 

L. P. Vallee, views of property for Dominion Arbitrators , 

R. Smith, lumber 

T. Paradis do < 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do new steel rails 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire, ballasting 

do labor and material for water supply. 

do carriage of material 



E. Demers, services re land claims 

W. B. Mackenzie, salary and expenses 

Peter Grant, salary as Engineer 

P. S. Archibald, expenses 

J. J. Taylor do 

J. Bowin, services as Messenger , 

W. Tofield, board 

Mrs. P. J. Wallace, board 

A. Demers, cartage 

do tracing plans 

L. N. Carrier, registering deeds.. 

Fees to 33 witnesses , 

M. Leclerc, subpoenas to witnesses ... 



St. Lawrence Steam Navigation Co. 

G. Tanguay, land taken. 

J.B.Samson do 

Mrs. J. Demers do 



land damages. 



Stafford, Belleau & Stafford, legal services re LeClerc, 

do paying witnesses 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services 

W. Bignell, services as Notary 

E. Lemieux do 

J. B. Hamel do , 

J.E.Roy do 

M. Bourget do ~ 



Advertising. 



$ cts 



Less — Stores Department, overcharge on stores 

Total, St. Charles Branch and Ferry— Central Section. 

St. Charles Branch and Ferry— Eastern Section : — 

M. J. Hogan, final estimate for work done 

do foundation for Harlaka Station \ 



Carrier, Laine & Co., 2 boilers 

do sundries for engine house, Hadlow .. 

do clay pipe, &c, Hadlow shop 

do labor and material for steam sho vel , 

do material supplied .... 

do head for ratchet 



E. Chanteloup, heating apparatus, Hadlow shops. 
do steam trap for Hadlow , 



Carried forward 



41,359 69 



44 65 

17 88 

18 00 
24 75 
65 00 

176 00 

196 18 

4,253 02 

3,111 58 

12,078 39 

868 90 

308 33 

107 75 



495 52 
134 49 
200 00 

41 70 
7 81 

10 00 
219 78 

5 00 
93 35 
17 33 

214 28 
1,149 96 

6 50 



6,856 66 


434 20 


1,125 00 


860 00 


55 20 


63 87 


1,355 75 



18 00 
10 25 
45 75 
47 20 
518 00 



4,573 81 
698 00 



2,500 00 

108 47 

88 60 

3 57 

4 43 
1 60 



1,925 00 
80 00 



$ ctff. 



62,711 Oft 



2,595 72 

9,215 86 
1,474 82 



639 20 
52 20 

76,688 80 
4,728 20 



71,960 60 
5,271 81 

2,706 67 

2,005 00 
9,983 4ft 



3—15** 



22G 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Intercolonial Ry — Capital. 



Brought forward 



St. Cnarles Branch and Ferry — Eastern Section — Concluded. 

M. Hurly, paint and painting 

do painting Hadlow engine house and Harlaka baggage room. 



N. Pelchat, material 

do blacksmith work. 



S. Peters, lumber and material 

F. X. Thompson, labor and material 

J. Crossen, new steam shovel 

R. Roherty, snow-fence ribbing 

R.Smith, lumber 

C. Dube do 

T. Paradis do 

J. P. Whelan& Co., stone 

Adams Bros , shingle nails 

Clish, Crowe & Co., smokestack for Hadlow..., 

Michaud & Mercier, double windows , 

F. Curedeau, putting up stove 

Andrews Bros., material 

E Gosselin, wood cut down 

M. Gosselin do 

Rev. A, Gosselin do 

Beaudet & Chinic, material 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do n^w steel rails 

do foundation for Rarlaka Station 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire, ballasting 

do pump supplied-. 

do labor and material, water service 

do carriage of material , 

do labor on engine house, Hadlow 

do foundation for boiler at do 



E. Demers, services re land claims 

Peter Grant, salary and expenses as Engineer 
W. B. Mackenzie do do 

J. Bowin. services as Messenger 

P. S. Archibald, expenses 

J.J.Taylor do 

L. S. Forgues, registering deeds 

L. N. Carrier, do 

W. Tofield, board 

Mrs P. J. Wallace, board .... 

A. Demers, tracing plans 

Fees to 6 witnesses 

M. Bourget, services as Notary 

F.Roy do 

J.E.Roy do 

E. Lemieux do 



M. L. Carrier, land taken 
P. Roy do 

C. Chabot do 

L. Chabot do 

14 payments under $200... 



Advertising 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services..... 

Stafford, Belleau & Stafford, legal services re Leclerc 
do paying witnesses 



Lbss— Stores Department, overcharge on material 

Total, St. Charles Branch and Ferry— Eastern Section 



$ cts 



205 
303 



85 



65 



2,940 

850 

712 

375 

85 

85 

10 

461 

1 

391 

160 

2 

10 

30 

10 

10 

326 

9,202 

10,169 

2,402 

307 

969 

360 

308 

15 

1) 

8 



360 

218 

111 

10 

41 

8 

83 

60 

219 

5 

17 

573 

166 

17 

5 

2 



200 

232 

452 

1,167 

1,207 



233 
55 
63 



$ Tcts- 



9,983 48 

509 47 
62"30 



30,158 69 



1,901 41 



3,259 20 
69 48 



352 72 



46,296 75 
3,869 25 



42,427 50 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



22T 



Intercolonial By- Capital. 



Legal Kxpens«s : — 

D. O'Connor, legal services, Halifax Street Railway vs. Queen, 



Construction : 

J. F. Archibald, land taken at Truro 

F. Milner do Moncton 

W. W. Doherty, damage to property 

Margaret Adams, land and damages 



W. A. Park, legal services re heirs late John Jones 

L. R. Harrison do re W. W. Doherty 

Borden & Atkinson do re Milner' s land 

M. Adama do re Wilson 

A. Ferguson do re Berlinquet and Mailloux vs. The Queen 



P. A. Peterson, C.E., services re J. Ross vs. The Queen 

G. E Kidd, copying deeds 

J. G. Ritchie, expenses , 

Queen's Printer, forms , , 



Total, Construction. 



Additional Rolling Stock: — 

J. Harris & Co., 2 first class cars, at $4,300. 
Less— For wheels and tanks «• 



J. Harris & Co., wheels under 12 first class cars 

Kingston Car Co., wheels and springs 

Ontario do car wheels 

Canadian Engine and Locomotive Co., wheels 

do do payment on account of locomotives 

do do express charges on plans of rolling 

stock 



D. White, expenses inspecting rolling Btcck 

Dopuis & Noliu, material for official car, " 

Jas. Thomson, Montreal do 

H. Morgan & Co. do do 

C. S. Shaw & Co., crockery 

J. R. Esmonde, hardware 

Jacob Erratt, table and mattress 

S. a.. Parsons, cane seated chairs 

Stores Department, mirror frame 

Express charges on sofa 

Canadian Pacific Ry., labor and material 



Ottawa ' 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Jas. Crossen, repairing official car, "Cumberland ".... -.< 

Shoolbred & Co , carpet and curtains lor do 

Stores Department, material for new A cars 

Mechanical do fitting up new engines received from Eastern Ex 
tension Railway , 

Mechanical Department, applying Westinghouse brakes 

do labor furnished 

do do inspecting rolling stock. , 

do expenses on line do 



Less — Kingston Car Co., painting 4 express and baggage cars 

Mechanical Department, lamps taken out of car " Cumberland 1 

Total, Additional Rolling Stock „ , 



$ cts. 



3,800 00 

1,000 00 

650 00 

40 00 

295 00 
89 54 
56 00 
49 50 
66 70 



100 00 


5 00 


19 00 


2 65 



8,600 00 
2,760 00 



700 00 
1,645 00 
3,881 98 
9,092 32 

1 70 



625 30 

319 83 

449 86 

64 62 

121 10 

22 00 

21 50 

10 00 

3 15 

5,431 88 

3,069 95 
170 37 



724 80 

2,415 00 

4,239 88 

244 03 

180 00 

128 70 



100 CO 
25 00 



cts, 



182 95 



5,490 00 



556 74 



126 65 
6,173 39 



5,840 00 
2,400 00 



15,321 00 
116 00 



7,069 24 
3,240 32 



7,932 41 
41,918 97 

125 00 

41.793 97 



3_15V** 



J28 



AUDITOR OENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Intercolonial By. — Capital. 



Additional Coal Cars :— 

J. Orossen, 400 coal cars, at $543 

do extra stake pockets in same. 
Ontario Car Co., 60 coal cars, at $543.. 



G. T. Railway, charges on coal cars 

Stations, freight on coal cars from London. 



D. White, expenses inspecting 

Mechanical Department, expenses of inspection. 

do labor inspecting cars. . 

Stores Department, stationery for draughtsmen. 



Less- Ontario Oar Co , G.T.R charges on coal cars. 
Total, Additional Coal Gars 



Xegal Expenses in re Windsor &■ Annapolis Ry. : — 

D. O'Connor re W. & A. Ry. vs. Queen & Western Counties Ry. 
Z. A. Lash, Q.O. do do do 



Awards by Commissioners : — 

Ebenezer Hicks, amount with interest awarded by I.C.R. Commissioners 



J. M. Pitblado, for Smith & Pitblado 



A. Mattei 

F. Turgeon 

E. Russell 

E. A. Jones 

J. Starr and C. P. de Wolf, assignees ) - 

for Davis, Grant & Sutherland J 
Alicia Grant, balance of award, with interest, in favor of Davis, Grant k 

Sutherland 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do for land taken.., 

do (Sec. 7).. 

do 



Construction of Line between Palnsec Jnnction and Boundary of 
Nova Scotia: — 

Amount paid Provincial Government of New Brunswick 



Indian Town Branch:— 

J. B. Snowball, grading, tracklaying, &c 

do estimates for work on branch 

do extra work 

E.Sinclair, pickets 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., material 

Jonah & Sargent, blue copying paper 

John Gait do 

Truro Fouadry and Machine Co., labor and material foi bridge. 

J. Donnelly, removing house , 

J. W. Foy" do do 

D. Lee do barn... , 

J.Haines do building 

E. Robertson, replacing well and pump 

F. J. Clouston, boring well 

Paymaster, labor ... 

Stores Departmentj material supplied 

Road do do 



Z. J. Fowler, services as Engineer. 

do horse hire 

A. Betts do 

J. Morrisy do 

A Betts, board t . 

D. Betts do and ^office rent 

H J. Mackenzie, expenses 

W. B. Mackenzie do 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



217,200 00 

800 00 

27,150 00 



120 00 
380 00 

53 00 

62 00 

120 00 

35 00 



102 36 
305 00 



240 00 

2,279 00 

479 00 

2,242 00 

36 00 

30,032 00 

11,562 40 

2,390 60 



19,856 60 

16,064 10 

279 75 

18 00 

72 50 

18 38 
4 00 

19 94 
110 00 
200 00 

18 CO 

16 00 

62 00 

50 00 

3,247 18 

702 88 

293 00 



1,202 50 

105 00 

42 00 

95 50 

141 31 

19a 40 

26 20 

10 75 



1*819 66 



$ cts. 



245,150 00 
500 00 



270 00 

245,920 00 
500 00 

245,420 00 



407 36 



49,761 00 



150,000 00 



41,032 33 



41,032 33 



ii 



DETAILS 09 EXPENDITURE, 



22$ 



Intercolonial By.— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Indian town Brnnch— Coneludtd. 

O.D.Sargent do 

J. C. Murray do 

P.S.Archibald do 

E. D. Wei don, tracing plans 

J. Lawlor, registering deeds 

F. Jardine, board and horse hire 

W. O'Brien do 

J. S. Trites do 

T.Power do .. . 

Mrs. C. Parker, board 

J. Betts, cartage of outfit 

Intercolonial Express Co., express charges. 
W. Brown, salary as Timekeeper, 



L. R. Harrison, legal services 

M. Adams do and expenses searching title deeds 
W.A.Park do and copying contract...... 



JR. R. Call, to pay for right of way. 
J. Amos, land taken for ballast pit.. 
M. Amos do 



Advertising 



Total. Indian Town Branch. 



•aspe 
Rh 



Mac Branch : — 

nodes, Curry & Co., material supplied 

Jonah & Sargent, blue copying paper 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied ... 



Peter Grant, C.B., salary, board and horse hire 

do removing centre stakes 

do tape line m 

Z. J. Fowler, O.E., services.. 

do expenses 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



and pay-rolls 



J. K. Eaton, O.E 

W. B. Mackenzie 

E. D. Weldon 

P. S. Archibald 

tV. M. Bright 

J. D. Robb, services as Clerk 

J. A. Grant do Tapeman , 

A. Harper do Axeman 

J. Adams do do 

J. Sproul, board 

Geo. McSweeny do ..... 

W. & L. E. Gurly, repairing level 

J. E. Price, paid for delivering telegrams 

Bank of Montreal, commission 

E. Demers, services and expenses 



Advertising 



Total, Paspebiac Branch. 



$ cts. 



1,819 66 



6 75 
8 00 

72 95 

8 00 

258 80 

106 80 

10 75 

42 50 

199 50 

7 00 
10 50 

1 15 
175 00 



355 25 

1,760 65 

98 00 


500 00 
525 00 
300 00 



72 50 

8 25 

1,429 53 

120 18 

404 48 

24 00 

5 20 

252 50 
21 85 
43 36 
8 75 
10 75 
10 75 

396 38 
45 00 
31 25 
19 50 
18 00 
31 25 
16 25 
33 40 
2 00 
04 
81 50 



$ cts. 



41,032 S3 



2,726 35 
2,213 90 



1,325 00 
1,199 89 

48,497 48 



1,630 48 



1,456 21 
1,080 64 



4,167 21 



Basterii Extension Railway:— 

Nova Scotia Government, interest on purchase of line— 

6 per cent, on $1,340,491.91, from May 24 to May 30, 1884. 
6 do 32,781.96 do 24 to Sept. 6, 1884. 



1,452 12) 

603 73 

— i 

2,055 92 ' 



230 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



P.E.I. Railway— Capital. 



Cape Traverse Branch : — 

Gray & Wheaton, amount of estimates 

do sinking teat pits 

do hauling iron and spikes. 



B. J. Home, account contract for masonry... 
do labor and material on turntable , 



Clark & Shurman, account contract for freight shed, 
do do engine house.. 



S. G. Stewart, account contract for engine house 

do do station and dwelling. 

do construction of baggage room 

do work on buildings 



A, Strang, lumber for wharf. 
do loading lumber.... 



J. Barclay, building 2 flag stations. 
do lumber , 



A. L. Wrierht, lumber 

T.J.Clark do , 

J. R. Larkin, switch sleepers 

H. C. Mills; lumber for wharf , 

G. B. Champion, posts , 

T. Burns, piles and caps 

W. Hazelhurst, iron gutter pipes , 

Geo. Flemming & Son, iron girders ,. 

Carrier, Laine & Co., cast iron grating and frame , 

St. John Bolt and Nut Co., bolts 

Record Foundry and Machine Co., castings 

P. H. Trainor, painting 

J. W. Hughes, turpentine. , 

P. Hughes, hauling iron , 

T. NooDan do 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., drawing table , 

W. H. Thome & Co., oil 

M. H. Brown, rail bender 

G. T. Lavers, putting up telegraph line on branch 

B. McCarville, whitewashing „ 

P. Uwens, hire of derrick , 

M. Muttart, stone 

F. McFadgen, coal , 

D. McNeill, hauling powder 

J. A. Howatt, blacksmith work , , 

P. Mone do „ 

T.Power do 

J. H. Haslam, hauling iron , 

M. S. Hughes, sundries 

J. D. Muttart, piles 

W. Halliwell, hauling piles. 

G. Bell, digging test pits ,., 

T. Warren do , 

C. Bell, coal 

do repairing wheel 

D. Howatt, coal , 

T. Oairus, ditching , 

Z. Hewitt, work on semaphore , 

J. Barclay, snow-fence posts 

J. Ramsay, painting freight house 

W. Gooderham, use of Haggas' elevator , 

Isaac Clark, ballast and brush 

Stamp vendor, stamps 

Oreat North- Western Telegraph Co., tolls on messages. 
I. C. Railway, turntable 

do material supplied for bridge • ■ 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



24,617 79 

16 20 

9 00 



1,928 50 
48 50 



1,395 00 
295 00 



1,450 00 

1,550 00 

393 00 

139 27 

3,836 30 
11 75 



270 00 
105 24 



$ cts. 



24,642 99 
1,977 00 
1,690 00 

3,532 27 
3,848 05 



375 24 

862 77 

198 85 

65 52 

41 32 

42 00 
118 00 
165 54 
100 00 

3 00 

171 00 

33 53 

24 00 

45 
9 00 
6 00 

30 00 

84 38 

125 00 

24 64 
21 75 

3 50 

5 00 
28 00 

6 00 

2 18 

1 00 

3 88 
12 50 

6 92 

4 50 
27 00 

10 00 
3 00 

1 54 
3 50 

2 31 
1 10 

25 00 
70 00 

11 10 
242 00 

14 00 

5 00 
40 

1,0*0 00 
648 78 

40,330^51 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



231 



P.E.I. Railway — Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Cape Traverse Branch — Concluded. 

I. G. Railway, labor and material - 

do labor furnished 

do making iron girders for bridge 

Paymaster, labor 

Stores Department, material supplied 

Mechanical Department, carriage of material 

do engine and car hire, ballasting 

do labor furnished 

do material do 

Road Department, lumber furnished 

do labor do 



James Brown, salary as Engineer 

W. Haslem, services as Valuator 

B A. L Huntsman, services as Draughtsman « 

P. S. Archibald do and expenses as Engineer 

P. Roach do as switchman 

T. Gallant do 

R. E. Bagnell do 

W. B. Mackenzie, expenses 



S. McKean 


do 


0. W. Archibald 


do 


H. McLeod 


do 


James Brown 


do 


James Coleman 


do 


P. Morgan 
W. T. Huggan 


do 


do 


D. M. Fraser 


do 


H. W. Anderson 


do 



R. H Oushing, salary and expenses 

B. Davis, expenses paying men 

T. C. Connors, expenses on branch 

A. McKenna, copying specifications - 

C. McLennan, inspecting fences 

I. C. Railway, proportion of Engineer's salary. 

A. Strang, board and horse hire 

J. Hughes do 

do cartage , 

P. Keefe, meals ........ 



Advertising 

P. E. I. Steam Navigation Co., freight on turntable. 

CaptainfBoudreau, freight on lumber 

Road Department do do 

Traffic do do , 

P.Smith do on plank 

D.White do on posts 

A. L. Wright & Co. do on deals 

E. J. Hodgson, legal services 

Sundry persons, land taken 

J. Hughes, removal of barn 

T. Haslam, damage to property H 

do do crops M 

Peter Corr do land , 

J.Cameron do do „ 

W. Boulter do do 



Less— A. L. Wright, for lumber. 

Total, Cape Traverse Branch .... 

Carried forward « , 



$ cts. 



400 00 

20 00 
36 45 

150 00 
57 20 
22 00 

21 11 
40 15 
48 00 

4 50 
8 60 
8 34 

14 97 

1 50 

12 55 

5 00 
1 00 

700 76 
27 50 
60 00 
20 00 

210 00 
63 53 

156 95 

311 62 

77 40 

8 00 



3 90 

28 00 

45 94 

36 38 

689 77 

12 75 
3 85 

13 66 



140 00 
30 00 

141 00 
12 00 
15 00 

5 00 



$ cts, 



40,330 51 



125 76 

32 00 

15 25 

6,524 99 

6,103 86 

2,791 94 

2,629 73 

918 15 

136 10 

35 75 

478 40 



60,122 44 



2,487 13 



834 25 
3,947 98 
2,937 53 



343 00 



70,672 33 
278 24 



70,394 09 



70,394 09 



232 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



P. E. I. Railway. 



Brought forward. 



Soiling Stock :— 

New Oars— Labor. ... 
do Material. 



New Flangers— Labor 

do Material. 



Total, Prince Edward Island Railway— Capital. 



$ cts. 



2,732 01 
4,667 99 

189 67 
460 33 



$ cts. 
70,394 09 

7,400 00 

660 00 

78,444 09 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITUBE. 



233 



Canals — Capital. 



Machine Canal: — 

Rodgers & Farrell, work under contract , -. 

Wm. Davis & Sons do 

John McDougall do bridges 

E. Ouellette do fencing road 

do do macadamized road. 



H. J. Beemer, use of dredges, scows and tug 

Geo. Dowker, resident engineers and accounts 

Service? at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government (page 210), 

Louis Allard, services as valuator 

W. Darling do - « « .... 

T. Trudeau, Deputy Minister, travelling expenses ■ 

J. Cowan, Arbitrator do 

W. Compton do do , 

E. Muma do do , 

C. Thibault, Secretary do , 

G. I. Desbarats, draughtsman do 

M. Gauthier, travelling expenses 



H. Abbott, jun., legal services re Hubert- 

L. N. Dumouchel do heirs of P. Jackson. 



Stationery Office, Ottawa. 
Advertising 



Total, Lachine Canal— Capital. 



Cornwall Canal : — 

Thos. Jocks A J. B. Delormier, work under contract < 

Gordon, Woodward & Chamberlain do (including J. Page's 
award) 



Jchn Pare, jun., Assistant Engineer, 10 months' salary. 

H. H. Killaly. 6 months' salary 

L. N. Rheaume, 1 month's salary 



P. McCourt, Inspector, 23 days, at $3 

G. W. Henry, copying, 13 days . 

Axemen, $1,018.50; boatmen, $450; chainman, $30. 

H. H. Killaly, travelling and incidental expenses 

John Page, jun. do do , 

L. N. Rheaume do do 



John Page, sen., gratuity of 2 mos.' salary of the late John Page, jun. 

Office rent, 9 months, $180; horse hire, $116.60 

Office supplies, $128.11: fuel, $75.65; telegrams, $50.93 , 

Hardware, $110.88; stakes and posts, $72.90; freight, $2.30 

Repairing instruments, $32.25; repairing boat, $3 , 

Stationery 

Advertising , ,, 

D R. Brown, P.L.S., surveying land, 29 days, at $6 

do expenses , 

D. B. Brown, assistant, 26 days, at $2. 50 

Chainman and axeman, at $26.25 each 

D. O'Connor, legal services re Gordon, Woodward & Chamberlain 

arbitration 

J. Bergin, legal services re Ryan 



Holland Bros., reporting evidence re Gordon, Woodward & Chamber- 
lain arbitration — 

Attendance, 6 days, at $5 

Transcript of notes, 1,295 folios, at 30c 

Travelling expenses 



M. Ryan, land. 



Total, Cornwall Canal. 



$ cts 



50,100 00 
7,000 00 

17,100 00 
4,226 37 
6,300 00 



10 00 
10 00 



42 00 
162 50 
105 19 
246 24 
319 95 
9 50 

17 00 



625 00 
5 75 



19,000 00 
36,810 00 



1,250 00 
250 00 
125 00 



530 15 
67 10 
11 85 



174 00 
23 50 
65 00 
52 50 



214 95 
40 06 



30 00 

888 50 

11 00 



cts. 



84,726 37 
9,020 00 

13,960 91 
1,630 50 



20 00 



902 38 



630 75 

44 36 

279 96 

111,215 23 



55,810 00 



1,625 00 
69 00 
26 00 

1,498 50 



609 10 
250 00 
296 50 
254 69 
186 08 
36 26 
142 08 
8 19 



315 00 



255 01 



429 50 
225 00 



62,034 90 



234 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 18&4-5. 



Canals— Capital. 



Williamsburg Canal : — 

Construction of Entrance and Lock at head of Rapide Plat Canal ;- 

Wm, Broder, work under contract , 

L. N. Rheaume, Assistant Engineer, 9 months 

John Page, jun. do 1 month 



G. W. Henry, copying, 31 days 

Axemen, $540; chainmen, $405; boatman, $45.. 
D. R. Brown, P.L.S., surveying land, 17 days, at 

do travelling expenses ... 

D. B. Brown, assistant, 7 days, at $2.50 

Chainmen , 



H. H. Killaly, travelling and incidental expenses 

John Page, j un. do do 

L. N. Rheaume, removal expenses of self and family from Montreal 

to Morrisburg » 

J. Bergin, legal services 

Horse hire, $14 ; boat hire, $7.58 ; freight, $2.80. , 

Office rent, $90; cleaning office, $45; coal, $59.90 

Instruments and repairs, $124.75; hardware, $121.01 

Telegrams, $62.50; stakes, $10 . 

Stationery and office supplies 



Total, Williamsburg— Rapide Plat Canal 

Enlargement of Upper Entrance to Galops Canal : — 

Nicholson & Allen, work under contract 

W. A. Allen do 



H. H. Killaly, salary, 3 months .... 

Rodmen, $668.50; boatmen, $333.20 ; rangeman, $313.25. 

Carpenters, $144.20; hardware, $291.82 ; stone, $20.63. ... 

Hire of tug, 51$ days, at $10 

Lumber, $i 72. 95; row boat, $25; fuel, $J2.40 

J. Hope & Co., mounting, $5.50; postage, $1.20 



Total, Williamsburg— Galops Canal. 



St. Lawrence Canals : — 

E. E. Gilbert & Sons, work under contract 

S. H. Haycock, Resident Assistant Engineer, 12 months. 

do travelling and incidental expenses ... 

T. S. Rubidge, Engineer-in-Charge, 4 months 

W. A. Logan, Leveller, 10 months 



Rodmen, $8S9.36; boatmen, $659.40; rangemen, $573.30. 

Lumber, $114.21; hardware, $87.72; fuel, $54.73 

P. T. McManus, caretaker of chain tug, 12 months 

do supplies for chain vessel 



E, E. Gilbert, scow and winch 

Advertising, $ t33. 40 ; office rent, $16.50 

Stationery , 

Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government (See page 210) 



Total, St. Lawrence Canals. 



Murray Canal : — 

J. D. Silcox, work under contract , 

T. S. Rubidge, Engineer-in-Charge, 4 months 

J. E. Rosamond, assistant, 11 months at $1,500, and 1 month at $2,000... 

A. J. Belcher, Assistant Engineer, 79 days, at $5 

W. M. West, Leveller, 12 months, at $80 , 



Carried forward. 



$ ots. 



1,125 00 
125 00 



102 00 
17 85 
17 50 
31 50 

418 44 
9 00 



54,500 00 
14,600 00 



125 00 
1,314 95 



1,999 92 

28 10 

1,000 00 

800 00 



900 00 
47 30 



1,000 00 

1,541 66 

395 00 

960 00 

3,896 66 



$ cts. 



27,700 00 



1,250 00 

62 00 

990 00 



168 85 



427 44* 

35 80 

79 65 

24 38 

194 90 

245 76 

72 50 

147 19 

31,398 47 



69,100 00 



1,439 95 

4 56 65 

515 00 

3i0 35 

6 70 



71,838 65 



99,500 00 



3>28 02 
2,072 06 
256 66 



947 30 


174 00 


449 90 


70 73 


7,*ll 50 


— — 



115,110 17 



134,800 00 



134,800 00 ; 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE4 



235 



Canals— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Hurray Canal — Concluded. 

A. M. Coffen, Inspector, 153 days, at $3. 
J. 0. McDougall do 204 do 2. 
J. Lowrie do 228 do 3. 



Chainmen, $1,632.75; axemen, $1,181.60 ; rodman, $498.75., 
Labor, sounding, $439.25; water gauges, $4; buoys, $35.96, 

J. E. Rosamond, travelling and incidental expenses , 

J. L. Weller do do 

J. Lowrie, travelling expenses 






Office rent, $134.05; coal, $29.33; repairs to boat, $1.60. 

Drawing instruments and stationery 

Horse hire, $503 ; rope and pickets, $4.29 

Advertising 

John A. Macdonnell, legal services re sundry cases 

B. Rowe, land 

W. R. Riddell, taxed costs re Rowe... 

Delaney & Ostrom, taxed costs re Rowe 

Hon. G. McK. Clark, services re Rowe 



* ...... ...... . 



Total, Murray Canal., 



Welland Canal: — 

H. J. Beemer, work under contract 

D. Munro, facing banks, under contract 

McCleary, McLean & Co , work under contract. 



O. F. Dunbar do 

C. F. & W. F. Dunbar do 

E. A. Smythe do 

Jas. Murray do , , 

Hunter, Murray & Cleveland do - , 

Wm. Beatty & Sons do , 

J. & F. Lannan do 

J. & R. Miller do 

P. Larkin, work under contract (including J. Page's award). 






B. McNamee & Co., in full of all claims (Sec. 32). 
D. Dunn, Paymaster — 

Engineering staff and accounts 

Carpenters, laborers and accounts - 

Driving piles 

Building floats.. . 

Making bulkheads 

Surveys 

Inspectors , 

Guiding vessels, lines , 

Cutting ice from lock gates-. , 



J. 



Ham Perry, Land Valuator, at $10 a day. 

do expenses 

F. Wood, Land Valuator, at $10 a day-.. 

do expenses 



H. Muma, Arbitrator, travelling expenses.... 

Wm. Compton do do 

Chas, Thibault, Secretary, travelling expenses 

Hon. J. H. Pope, Acting Minister, travelling expenses. 
T. Trudeau ; Deputy Minister do 

Chas. Costin, travelling expenses » 

J. B. Spence do 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



3,896 66 



459 00 
408 00 
684 00 



53 53 

13 55 

4 85 



2,500 00 

357 20 

187 33 

73 28 



108,500 00 

50,300 00 

39,883 38 

36,137 08 

30,700 00 

25,784 00 

21,900 00 

16,000 00 

3,800 00 

3,000 00 

2,644 31 

57,855 00 



21,125 47 

2,061 28 

1,529 20 

1,503 16 

1,032 83 

738 72 

466 40 

192 50 

122 30 

2,550 00 

872 80 

v 220 00 

115 08 



614 05 
147 50 
248 34 

40 69 

11 00 

3 20 

34 20 



134,800 00 



5,447 66 

3,313 10 

479 21 



71 93 
164 98 

55 93 
507 29 

14 62 
930 13 



3,117 81 
148,902 66 



396,503 77 
350 00 



28,771 86 



3 757 



1.009 



89 09 
430,482 49 



236 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Canals — Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Welland Canal — Continued. 

J. C. Eccles, legal services re sundry cases 

G. T. Blaekstock, legal expenses re Larkin & Smythe 
F. W. Macdonald, legal expenses re Larkin 



Holland Bros., reporting evidence re Larkin Arbitration- 
Attendance, 9 days, at $5 , 

Transcript of notes, 1.544 folios, at 30c 

Travelling expenses 



Holland Bros., reporting evidence re claim of E. A. Smythe — 

Attendance, 3 days, at $5 

Transcript of notes, 407 folios, at 30c 

Travelling expenses 



Land bought — 

D. Armstrong, £ 460 ; R. Armstrong, $480 ; Jane Bald, $75. 

A. L. & A. T. Bradley, $275; Jas. Botterill, $150 , 

L. G. Garter, $355; A. Higgins, $150; Wm. Lewis, $175..., 
C. Lugsd^n, $200; Jane F. Willett, $30 



Damages to property — 

S.Burrows, $250; John Cloy, $100; S. Hopkins, $91 

J. Hosdike, $225; H. Jones & Co., $275.84; Jane McCarthy, $356. 

R J. & R. W. Lawrie, $1,500; Heirs of M. Smith, $150 

Mary Shaughnessy, $25; Wm. Walker, $375 

Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government (see page 210).... 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Stationery Office, Ottawa ~ 

Advertising 



Total, Welland Canal. 



Welland Canal— John Page as Arbitrator: — 

John Page, Chief Engineer of Canals, services as Sole Arbitrator in the 
case of P. B. McNamee & Co., Section 34 (specially voted) 



Welland Canal — Raceway : — 

Michigan Central Railway Co., construction of bridge works. 



Trent River Navigation: — 

Geo. Goodwin, work under contract, 
do do 

Chas Wynn do 

do " do 

A. F. Manning & Co. do 



Buckhorn 

Burleigh 

Young' 8 Point Dam. 

Lakefield Dam 

Fenelon Palls 



T. S. Rubidge, Engineer, 4 months 

J. A. Aylmer, Assistant Engineer, 12 months 

A. J. Belcher do 233 days, at $5 — 

J. L- Weller, Leveller, 10 months 

H.Clarke do. 10 do 

H. S. Greenwood do 3 do 

J. H. Ramsay, Inspector of Masonry 

J. Laurie do 

J. Dunwoodie, Inspector of Dams 



Chainmen, $2,184.25; rodmen, $722.95 ; axemen, $435.20 

T. S. Rubidge, travelling and incidental expenses 

J. A. Aylmer do , 

H. Clarke do 

J. L. Weller de 

A.J. Belcher do 

J. H. Ramsay do 



Carried forward. 



eta. 



848 89 
330 00 
180 00 



45 00 

463 20 

29 65 



15 00 

122 10 

12 25 



1,015 00 
425 00 
680 00 
230 00 



441 00 
856 84 
,650 00 
400 00 



43,400 00 

3,200 00 

9,000 00 

10,100 00 

34,700 00 



1,000 00 

1,500 oo; 

1,165 00 
800 00 
800 00 
240 00 
936 00 
312 00 
876 00 



821 21 
651 41 
92 00 
62 90 
62 01 
37 95 



1,765 48 



$ cti. 



430,482 49 



1,358 89 



537 85 



149 36 



2,350 0C 



3,347 84; 

13,509 50 

161 99 

234 43 

47 49 



452,179 



535 00 



10,825 55 



100,400 00 



7,629 00 
3,342 40 



m 



111,371 40- 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



237 



Canals— Capital. 



Brought forward 



Trent River Navigation — Continued. 

H. S. Greenwood, travelling and incidental expenses. 
J. Lawrie do 



Horse hire, $923.25; canoe, $27; hardware, $24.66 , 

Office rent, $286 ; office furniture, $18 10 ; fuel, $40.32. 
Advertising, $39.30 ; stationery and postage, $103.60... 



John A. Macdonnell, legal services re sundry cases. 
P. D. Moore do do 

Dennistoun & Hall do re T. G. Grier .... 

W. W. Dean, master's fees re R. 0. Smith 

Registry fees, Peterboro' 



A. P. Wood, Land Valuator, at $10 a day 
do expenses 



O. P. Caddy, P.L.S 

Land bought— 

J. Bdwards, $100; Thos. Gordon, $100; Mrs. A. M. Nicholls, $100. 

Corporation Fenelon Falls, $309 ; Trustees of J. H. Lefebvre, $320. 

J. H. Cunningham, compensation for use of land 



Damages to Property- 
John Crickmore, % 300 ; E. & J. Chalmers, $250 

A. Fairbairn, $100; H. Grundy, $200; J. C. Sherin,$100. 

Jane Preston, $100; J. McGraw and R. White, $40 

J. Sherwood and C Wigg, $400 ; A. J. Wright, $250 

Mm. C. Strickland, and trustees of R. C. Strickland 



Total, Trent River Navigation, 



Ste. Anne's Canal : — 

E. E. Gilbert & Sons, work under contract 

Baskerville, O'Connor & Cassidy, work under contract 
Geo. Crain, timber , 



Geo. Dowker, pay of Resident Engineers and accounts ... 

T. Trudeau, Deputy Minister, travelling expenses 

D. O'Connor, legal services re Baskerville, O'Connor & Cassidy , 

John Sutcliffe, expenses as witness ... 

Holland Bros., reporting evidence re Baskerville, O'Connor & Cassidy — 

Attendance, 4 days, at $5 *.«■ 

Transcripc of notes, 755 folios, at 30c , 



Geo. Dowker, to compensate persons deprived of access to Ottawa River 
Advertising , 



Total, Ste. Anne's Canal. 



Carillon Canal:— 

Geo. Dowker, engineering staff, carpenters, laborers and accounts 

H. Abbott, juu., legal services re damages , 

Pamages to property — 

J. Fitzgerald, sen., $275; J. Fletcher, $25; S. Webster, $40.... 

J. Kirby, $200 ; J. Millar, $25; G. O'Brien, $20 

Presbyterian Church, Chatham, $20; D. B. Wyman, $50 



$ cts. 



1,765 48 



33 75 

4 05 


974 91 
344 42 
1*2 90 



1,503 16 

43 54 

7 70 

81 71 

162 45 



1/50 00 
473 46 



300 00 
629 00 
200 00 



550 00 
400 00 
140 00 
650 00 
500 00 



64,700 00 

15,000 00 

1,236 40 



20 00 
226 50 



Total, Carillon Canal 

Ctrenville Canal:— 

John Breckon & Co, work under contract 

Executors of late Jas. Goodwin, work under contract 
Geo. Crain, timber 



Carried forward. 



340 00 

245 00 

70 00 



78,900 00 

1,100 06 

649 78 



$ cts. 



111,371 40 



1,765 48 



1,462 23 



1,798 5€> 



1,523 46 
92 91 



1,129 00 



2,240 00 
121,382 84 



80,936 40 
11,346 53 

28 00 
119 40 

11 00 



246 50 

987 50 

4 24 



93,679 57 

68,034 21 
131 31 

655 0O 
68,820 52 



80,649 78 



80,649 78 



238 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Canals— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Orenville Canal— Continued. 

Geo. Dowker, Resident Engineers and accounts 

Wm. Cook, damages caused by raising banks of canal 
Wm. Beswarrick do do 

Louis Ouellette do do 

Jos. Renaud do do 



S. McLaughlin, travelling expenses. 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 

Advertising 



Total, Grenville Canal 



Tay Canal:— 

A. F. Manning & Co., work under contract 

F. A. Wise, salary 

T D. Taylor, Assistant Engineer, 12 months 

Cletk, *776.50 ; Draftsman, $M0; Timekeeper, $682 50. ............ 

Inspector of Masonry, $520 ; axemen, $646.25 ; rodman, $396 50.. 



F. A. Wise, travelling expenses 

T. D. Taylor, travelling and incidental expenses 

Horse hire, $313; lumber, $155.82 ; rail fencing, $88^20 ................... 

Repairing instruments, $28.50 ; painting and repairing boats, $17.10. 

Hai dware and castings, $2,773.10; fuel, $46.80...... ... ..-. 

Stationery, $101.46 ; telegrams, $16.14 ; advertising, $7.20 



Total, Tay Canal. 



M, 



Peter's Canal : — 

McDonald & Moffatt, work under contract- 

B. G. Millidge, Assistant Engineer 

M. J. Kavanagh, Inspector 

John McVean, foreman » 

Carpenters, $1,929.67; laborers, $1,314.56 

E. G. Millidge, travelling and incidental expenses 

Wallace Graham, Q.C., legal services re McNeil 

Hardware, chain, cable, paints, oil and rope . 

Timber and fender posts •• •• 

Blacksmithing, $230.60 ; use of scow, $47 ; freight, $22.48 
Painting bridge, lock gates and house 

Stationery Office, $19.52 ; advertising, $11.88 

Total, St. Peter's Canal 



Culbute Canal : — 

Poupore & Co., work under contract. 

G. H. Perry, Resident Engineer, 13 months. 

G. Carswell, keeping water register 

Boatmen, $476 ; axemen, *402 

Stonemeasurer, $44; machinist, $3850 



G. H. Perry, outlay for board of men, horse hire and telegrams 

E. Davis, board of men and horse hire • 

D Stark, travelling expenses 



A. J. Brabazon, D.L.8., surveying damaged land, 15 days, at $5 

Chainman, 7 days, at $2. 50 

Laborers, $17.50; travelling expenses, $10 



Damages to property— 

E. Lefebvre, award, $7,135; interest, $3,511.61 

Geo. Carswell, $800 ; P. Davis, $225 ; C. Dumouchel, $500 

Carried forward • 



$ cts. 



100 00 
150 00 
100 00 
100 00 



800 00 
1,440 00 
1,699 00 
1,562 75 



104 06 
221 84 



557 02 

45 60 

2,819 90 

123 80 



390 00 

457 50 

415 00 

3,244 23 



949 45 

1,582 09 

300 08 

220 00 



$ cts. 



80,649 78 
7,188 05- 



450 00 

31 99 

44 42 

2 96 



88,367 20 
83,100 00- 

5,501 75- 
325 90 

3,546 32 
92,473 97 



1,950 00 

45 00 

878 00 

82 50 

456 87 
155 25 
117 50 



75 00 
17 60 
27 50 



10,646 61 
1,525 00 

12,171 61 



9,000 00 



4,506 73 

174 2» 

56 11 



3,051 6fr 
31 40 




2,955 50 
729 62 
120 0C 



4,265 U 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



23£ 



Canals— Capital. 



Brought forward 



Culbute Canal — Continued. 

Representative of J. Malo, $400; J. McCashen, $15; T. McVeigh, 

H. F & F. Rose, $100 ; T. & W. 0. Spencer, $80 

A. Spencer, $80; Mary Tracey, $100 

W. Rimer, $75; Michael Dempsey, $575 



W. Shanly, OB., services re Lefebvre's claim... 

C. Barsalou, N P., legal services re Calumet claims., 

D. O'Connor, legal services re Lefebvre's claim........ 



Office rent. $240 ; fuel, $93.12 

Paints and oils, $22.98 ; lumber, $24.53. 



Total, Culbute Canal.. 



Summary «f Railways and Canals — Capital : — 

Pacific Railway — Port Arthur to Red River ..(page 211) 

do British Columbia ( " 214), 

do Station accommodation ( " 214) 

do Subsidy to C. P. R. Co ,. ( «' 214) 

do Section "B" award ( " 214) 

do Engineers, land and contingencies ( " 215) 

do Sifton, Ward & Co ( " 215) 

do West of Red River ( " 215) 



Total, Pacific Railway 

Short Line Railway «. (page 218) 

Intercolonial Railway s ( " 219) 

Prince Edward Island Railway ( " 232) 

Eastern Extension Railway ( " 229) 

Lachine Canal ...( " 233) 

Cornwall Canal ( " 233) 

Williamsburg— Rapide Plat ( M 234) 

do Galops Canal ( " 234) 

St. Lawrence Canals ( " 234) 

Murray Canal ( «* 235) 

Welland Canal ( " 236) 

do John Page ( « 236) 

do Raceway ( M 236) 

Trent River Navigation ( « 237) 

Ste. Anne's Canal ( " 237) 

Carillon Canal ( " 237) 

Grenville Canal ( « 238) 

Tay Canal „~ ( " 238) 

St. Peter's Canal , ( " 238) 

Culbute Canal , ( " 239) 



Adjusting with Public Accounts as follows : — 

Railways and Canals— Capital— Page 289 ,< 

Relunds of previous years' expenditure— Railways 
do do Canals..., 



$ cts. 



12,171 61 



495 00 
180 00 
180 00 
650 00 



500 00 

225 30 

34 10 



605,674 09 

,218,890 04 

442 40 

,862.201 00 

395.<100 00 

7,092 26 

17,575 00 

14,246 74 



111,215 23 

62,034 90 

31,398 47 

71,838 65 

115 10 17 

148, 90 J 66 

452,179 83 

535 00 

10,825 55 

121,382 84 

93,679 57 

68,820 52 

88,367 10 

92,473 97 

16,820 15 

19,071 76 



11,728,866 01 

227,242 75 

35 00 



$ cts. 



4,255 12 



13,676 61 



759 40 

333 12 

47 51 



19,071 76 



10,121,121 53 

49,587 45 

1,200,278 30 

78,444 09 

2,055 92 

11,451,487 29 



1,504,656 47 



12,956,143 76 



12,956,143 76 



240 



AUDITOR GINIRAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Railways -Inoon< 



Railways— Surveys and Inspections 

Jas. Dickey, 12 months' salary 

J. St. V. Caddy do 

W. Skead, 9 months and 13 days 

J. W. Heckman, 2 months and 18 days 

J. J Collins, tracing plans 

H. F. Forrest, 9 days, at $4.00 



W. Skead, horse hire.. 
J. J. Collins, expenses. 
H. F Forrest do 



Hon. J. H. Pope, travelling expenses to N.W.T 
Collingwood Schreiber, travelling expenses.. .. 



A. P. Bradley 

T. Ridont 

J. St. V. Caddy 

F J. Lynch 

E. V. Johnson 

L. K Jones 

A. N. Greenfield 

T.Trudeau 

Registrar, Winnipeg, setrches. 
T. Lusted do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Stationery 

Burland Litho. Co., engraving charts, and printing 6,000 copies. 
J. H Secretan, for horse and saddle 



Total, Surveys and Inspections. 

Railway Statistics I— 

T. Cross, travelling expenses 

E. V. Johnson, travelling expenses and outlay.. 



Total , Railways— Income , 



cts 



1,999 92 

2,916 00 

1,255 96 

260 00 

160 00 

36 00 



26 25 
9 97 
8 20 



332 00 
580 30 
159 35 
1,113 35 
241 90 
103 60 
266 75 
696 89 
137 50 
120 00 



10 50 
20 25 



29 25 
95 62 



$ cts. 



6,627 



44 42 



3,751 64 



30 75 

14 32 

270 00 

139 50 

10,878 51 



124 87 
11,003 38 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



241 



Canals — Income. 



Beannarnois Canal : 

Wharf between Grande lie and Valley field 
A. D. Danis, pay-lists and accounts... 



Cornwall Canal : — 

Drain between Town and Canal: — 

Breckon & McKenna, work under contract 

P. AicCourt, Inspector, 156 days , 

H. H. Killaly, travelling expenses 

Office rent, $24. 00; table, $4.00; axes, $6.20. 



IrVelland Canal :— 

Cleaning out Back ditches : — 

Wm. Hutchinson, excavation, Section 6. 
Richard Hicks do do 4. 
R. D. Dunn, pay-lists and accounts 



St. Ours Canal :— 

Extension of Piers and Channel: — 

Geo. Dowker, pay-lists and accounts. 



Cnambly Canal :— 

Raising banks, lowering bottom and rebuilding Lock-walls :- 
Geo. Dowker, pay-lists and accounts , 



Rideau Canal :— 

Collector's Office, Ottawa: — 

T. Cundell, work under contract. 



Land Damages on Rideau Canal: — 

J. Edwards, damages to property 

S. Duffee do 

S. Blake do 

J. Tobin do 

W. Hyland and F. Burton, damages to property 

A. Guild, damages to property 

W. McFarlane do 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



15,600 00 

468 00 

196 76 

34 20 



1,529 00 
1,741 63 
2,879 58 



$ eta. 



7,999 79 



16,298 96 

6,150 21 
4,700 64 

21,049 23 

1,272 76 



70 00 




84 00 




200 00 




120 00 




150 00 




82 00 




120 00 






826 00 




,jtft*tM»i ...... 


58,297 59 



3—16** 



242 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



11 



Canals— Income. 



Brought forward 



Miscellaneous Canals : — 

Arbitrations and Awards : — 

W. Com pton, Arbitrator, 12 months 

J. Simard do 12 do 

Chas. Thibault, Secretary, 6 do 

W. Compton, travelling expenses , 

J. Simard do 

Jas. Cowan do 

H. Muma do 4 

Chas. Thibault do 

J. Mclntyre, legal services re land cases, Rideau Canal 

S. & H. Borbridge, trunks • 

Stationery Office .,...., « 



JSurveys and Inspections : — 

G. Dowker, pay-lists and accounts. 
John Page, travelling expenses , 



R. C. Douglas 
T. Trudeau 
J. B. Spence 
T. S. Bell, C.E. 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

services M 

for labor 

Photographic materials, $22.95; printing, $4. 

Burland Lithographic Co., cardboards 

Hardware, $34.38 ; freight, $15 

Board of divers and assistants 

Stationery Office, Ottawa 



Repairs to Road Dyke along Lake St. Francis : — 
Geo, Dowker, pay-lists and accounts 



Total, Canals— Income... 



Hallways— Consolidated Fnnd : 

Subsidies under Railway Acts : — 

Caraqust Railway, first 10 miles 

Great Northern Railway, 7^ miles at beginning , 

Northern and Pacific Junction Railway, first 10 miles 

Napanee, Tamworth & Quebec Railway, first 8 miles 

Pontiac Pacific Junction Railway, first 21 miles , 

Kingston and Pembroke Railway, 15 miles south from Renfrew. 
Quebec and Lake St. John Railway, second 10 miles 



Total, Subsidies to Railways. 



$ cts 



1 000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

714 63 

656 91 

513 50 

834 95 

800 90 

118 96 

70 50 

16 77 



4,602 68 

533 22 

88 45 

70 00 

12 75 

11 25 

132 00 

42 38 

26 95 

11 50 

49 38 

, 39 90 

30 39 



$ cts. 



58,297 59 



6,727 12 



5,650 85 
4,347 50 



75,023 06 



32,000 00 
25,088 00 
154,440 00 
57,600 00 
49,090 00 
48,000 00 
37,027 00 



403,245 00 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



243 



Public Works- Capital. 



Ottawa s — 

Additional Public Building, Wellington Streeet : — 

A. Charlebois, Contractor, estimate of work done and 
materials delivered to June 26, 1885— 

Earth excavation, 7,562 c. yds., at 35c 

Fock do 2,044 do $150., 

Dimension stone, 8 to 12 courses, 1,390 c. ft., at 50c 

Concrete on arches, 376 yds., at $3„ , 

Footing courses. 17,341 c. ft., at 32c 

Masonry, 3,806 c. yds., at $4 

Labor on stone for basement windows, 874 c. ft., at 

40c 

Labor on stone for 8 to 12 courses, 94 sq. yds., at 

$2.16 

Fire brick laid in cement, 2,142, at $32 a M , 

Common brick in vault, 84,192, at $11.20 a M... 

Centering for vault « , 

Damp course in walls , 

Sandstone in block, 15,100 c. ft., at 50c , 

do cut 8,500 do 40c , 

Building wall of Mr. Porter's storehouse ........... 



Less— 10 per cent for drawback . 
Paid in 1883-84, page 138 



Add— Amount of bill of sale on brick. 



Total paid in 1884-85 on contract 

Corporation of Ottawa, drain on Wellington St.... 
Less— Paid in 1883-84, page 138 



Corporation of Ottawa, 12 months' water supply. 

Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, making 
designs for iron work ..... 

S. O. McLaughlin, photo, views 

Jno. McLaurin, lA months' interest on \ lot 22, 
Wellington Street, $4,000, at 6 per cent 

J. W. Imlay, Olerk of Works, 10£ months, at $90. 

8aml Bray, Engineer, for levelling 

Queen's Printer , 

Advertising „ . ... .. 

Salaries in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Govern- 
ment 

D. Ewart, travelling expenses 



Total, New Public Building, Ottawa. 



SSsquimalt Graving Dock j — 

L Larkins, Connolly & Co., estimate to June 1,1885 — 

Excavation and dredging. 9,913 yds., at 50c 

Concrete cement, 3295 vds., at $ 8,50 , 

do 551 'do 7.00 



Rubble filling 155 do 3.00... 

Brickwork 165 do 12.00.. 

do 149-36 do 18.00... 



Sandstone 1,515-20 yds., at $ 1.00... 

Paving to inverts, 4, 56 i 15 c. ft., at 80c, 

do 5,770-9 do 90c, 

do 839-5 do $1 ... 

do 387 do 75c, 



Altars and copings, 828*55 
do 706-14 



do 
do 



$1.26.. 

1.20.. 



3—16J 



** 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



2,646 70 

3,066 00 

695 00 

1,128 00 

5.549 12 
15,224 00 

349 60 

203 04 
68 54 
942 95 
110 07 
150 00 

7.550 00 
3,400 00 

545 00 



4,168 02 
7,610 00 



6,343 00 
5,610 00 



2,800 75 
3,857 00 



1,980 00 
2,688 48 



3 651 32 

5,193 81 

839 50 

290 58 

1,035 68 
847 36 



$ cts. 



41,628 02 



11,678 02 



29,950 00 
2,500 00 



738 00 
91 00 



4,956 50 



6,657 75 
46 50 



4,668 48 
1,515 20 



9,975 21 
1,883 04 



29,702 68 



$ cts. 



32,450 00 



829 00 

743 40 
£66 70 

240 00 

945 00 

85 0O 

62 66 

6 85 

4,610 75 
79 15 



40,217 51 



244 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5: 



II 



Public Works -Capital. 



Brought forward 



Esq ui malt Graving Dock — Continued. 

Larkins, Connolly & Co., Contractors, &c. — Concluded:— 

Timber work, 60-8 lin. ft., at $1 

Iron work 



Iron work placed in position — 

12 cast-iron bollards, 35,580 lbs., at 6c. 
16 do gratings 2,420 do 8c. 



Less— 10 per cent, retained to complete. 



Stone placed in position — 

7,242 c. ft. ashlar, altars and copings, at $1., 

374 do invert pavings, at 75 , 

637 do paving headers, at 80c 

610 do do at $1 

3,848 do paving stretchers, at 90c , 



Less — 30 per cent, retained to complete. 



Total 

Less— 10 per cent retained as drawback 
Extra work, as follows — 

Steam derrick, 14| days, at $25 

do pump, 6J do 5 ~ 

Labor, 5,808 hours 



Less— ^ value of plant on ground when contract 
was let 



Total, Larkins, Connolly & Co. 



Resident Engineer, W. Bennett, salary , 

do travelling expenses, 4 days, at $5. 



Insnector of Masonry, J. S. Wilson, salary 

Engineer, A. C. Muir, 204£ days, at $3.50 

Watchman, T. Anderson, 7 months, at $60 

Dominion Agent, J. W. Trutch, travelling expenses. . 

Labor, 32^ days, at $2 

Rent of telephone, 12 months, at $3.50 

Shipchandlery, P. M. McQuade 

Photos, Chas. McMunn * 

Water supply, $13; filter, $7.75.... 

Hardware, $5.25; fish oil, $5.50 „ 

Postage and stationery, M. N. Waitt „ 

C. P. Navigation Co., fare 

Printing, Victoria " Standard " 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer ,... 

Salaries in Ottawa not charged to Civil Government. 



Total, Esquimalt Graving Dock. 



$ cts. 



2,134 80 
193 60 



7,242 00 
280 50 
509 60 
610 00 

3,463 20 



2,640 00 
20 00 



$ cts. 



29,702 68 



60 80 
177 10 



2,328 40 
232 84 



12,105 30 
3,631 59 



368 75 

31 25 

1,826 65 



2,660 00 

1,500 00 

714 70 

420 00 

42 50 

65 40 

42 00 

17 50 

7 00 

20 75 

10 75 

9 25 

1 50 

50 00 

1,894 99 

133 56 

3,512 28 



$ cts. 



29,940 58 



2,095 56 



8,473 71 

40,509 85 
4,050 98 



36,458 87 



2,226 65 



38,685 52 
4,205 52 



34,480 00 



11,102 18 
45,532 18 



II 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



245 



Public Works— Capital. 



JPort Arthur Harbor : — 

Duncan McDonald, for materials and work, as follows— 

Work performed, 416,333 feet, at lie 

Square timber, 39,610 do 15c 

do 8,725 do 12c 

Round timber, 49,460 do 7c .... 

do 70,672 do 10c 

Sheathing, 124,362 feet, b.m., at $13.. .. 



Less— 10 per cent for drawback. 



Assistant Engineer, Wm. Murdock, 7 months, at $170., 

do travelling expenses 

do stationery 



Inspector, W. H. Davis, 142 days, at $3 

Travelling expenses, F. C. Lightfoot 

Axemen, 43l£ days, at $2 

Hardware 

Sounding pole and ropes 

Horse hire, $5 ; freight, $1.70... 

Advertising, $213.50; Queen's Printer, $1.07 

Salaries in Ottawa not charged to Civil Government. 



Expenditure for Port Arthur Harbor. 



Kaministiquia River : — 

C. S. Barker, dredging shoal at the mouth of the Kaminis- 
tiquia River, 121,560 cubic feet, at 23c. 

Inspector of dredging, Thos. Fitzgerald, 158 days, at $3.50. 

do travelling expenses 

do advance for travelling 



Less— Amount paid in 1883-84. 



Axemen, 71 days, at $2 

Man and team, 10 days, at $7. 

Contingencies 

Advertising 



Total, Port Arthur and Kaministiquia. 



Cape Tormentine Harbor : — 

Engineer-in-Charge, 306| days, at $4.00, E. 
Sustenance allowance, 102 days, a 1.50 
Travelling do and pay for labor.... 



D. Lafleur. 
do .... 



Registrar of soundings, 102 days, at $2.00, E. Grondin. 
Sustenance allowance, 102 do 1.50 do 
Travelling expenses 



Chainman, at $1.50, A. W. Lane., 
Sustenance allowance do 
Travelling expenses do 
Chainman, J. H. Lafleur. ....... , 



Gauge-keeper, 102 days, at $1.50, T. Ennis. 
Sustenance allowance do 

do 



Travelling 



Boatmen and oarsmen 

Picketmen 

Laborers, .. 

Hardware, Crane & Harper. 
Horse hire, W. Allen 



do 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



45,796 65 
5,941 50 
l',047 00 
3,462 20 
7,067 20 
1,616 70 



1,190 00 

17 50 

5 25 



553 00 
75 75 

150 00 



778 75 
150 00 



$ cts. 



64,931 25 
6,491 25 



1,212 75 

426 00 

285 06 

863 00 

94 22 

14 24 

6 70 

214 57 

1,665 85 



27,958 80 



628 75 
142 00 

70 00 
9 85 

75 18 



1,227 00 
153 00 
327 27 



204 00 


153 00 


48 10 


153 00 


102 00 


53 15 


132 00 


153 00 


102 00 


54 85 



$ cts. 



58,440 00 



4,782 39 



28,884 58 



92,106 97 



1,707 27 



405 10 



440 15 



309 86 
369 85 
144 70 
325 10 
16 21 
44 95 



3,763 18 



246 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



II 



Public Works— Capital. 



Brought forward. 



Cape Tormentine Harbor — Concluded. 

Boat hire, F. Harper 

do A. Dobson 

do J. C. Brundige 

Repairs to sextant 

Extra Clerks employed in Department. 
Legal services, L. R. Harrison 



Summary of Public Works — Capital : — 
Public Building, Wellington street. 

Esquimalt Graving Dock 

Port Arthur Harbor 

Kaministiquia River , 

Oape Tormentine Harbor 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



40,217 51 
45,582 18 
63,222 H9 
28,884 58 
4,419 63 



$ cts, 



3,763 18 



35 00 

30 25 

9 00 

3 50 

550 45 

28 25 

4,419 63 



182,326 29 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



24T 



Public Buildings— Nova Scotia. 



Amherst Public Building: :— 

Rhodes, Curry & Co., Contractors, work performed and 

materials supplied to June 1, 1885 

Photos, S. 0. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J.Armstrong 

Clerk of Works, Geo. Thompson, 9£ months, at $75 , 

Advertising, $68.10; Queen's Printer, $25.33 , 



Total, Amherst Public Building. 



Aricbat Public Building - Site :— 

Plans and survey of site, J. J. Robertson. 
Registration of deed, County Registrar .. 
Photos, S. C. McLaughlin t 



Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 
Advertising, $80.43; Queen's Printer, $8.04... 



Baddeck Public Building :— 

Purchase of site, Alex. McDonald 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government. 
Advertising, $78.51; Queen's Printer, $18.82 



Halifax Dominion Building :— 

Pointing parapets, as per contract, Jno. Cawsey 

Plasterer, 33 days, at $3.00 do 

Laborer, 21 do 1.50 do 

Plastering material do ... 



Painting and glazing, Jas. Harrison 

Re-flooring post office as per contract, Ja3. Praser 

Furniture do 

Lumber and fittings do 

Ironwork do 

Laborers, 584 days, at $2 do ... 

Repairs to windows, as per contract, W. G. Wiswell 

Burnishing and glazing locks, J. R. Bsmonde . .., 

Carpets, at$l per yd., W. & C. Silver. 

Furniture, W.Fraser & Son 

Whitewashing, as per contract, D. Driscoll 

Cleaning office, 173£ days, at $1 do 

Articles for cleaning office do , 

Plumbing and gasfitting, Jno. White 

Letter-box fronts, 560, at $1.97, B. Chanteloup 

Freight and packing do ..... 

Services as Architect, on account, J. C. Dumaresq 

Commission, at *l\ per cent. do 

Preparing plans, 2 days, at $10.00, D. Stirling, Architect. 

do do 5.00, assistant 

Travelling and hotel expenses 



North Sydney Public Building :— 

Price of site, W. H Moore , . 

Plan do W. R. McKenzie 

Legal services re purchase of site, Wallace Graham 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



24 30 

10 00 

737 50 

93 43 



800 00 
99 00 
31 50 

129 01 



340 00 

338 83 

445 45 

53 66 

1,168 00 



540 00 

173 50 

66 50 



1,103 20 
9 30 

200 00 
6 49 



20 00 
10 00 
27 40 



$ cts. 



12 ? 130 00 



865 23 



25 75 
2 10 
2 30 

33 20 
88 47 



1,0C0 00 

1 80 

34 22 

97 33 



1,059 51 
430 13 



2,345 94 

175 00 

80 00 

49 00 

86 50 



780 00 
312 35 



1,112 50 
206 49 

57 40 



1,800 00 

5 00 

103 63 



$ cts, 



12,995 23 



151 82 



1,133 35 



6,694 BZ 



1,908 63 
22,883 85 



248 



AULITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings— Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward. 



Sydney Quarantine Hospital :— 

Donald McDonald, work as follows — 
Road building, 100 rods, at $2.15. 

Drainage, 270 yds., at 24c 

Grubbing , 



Less— 10 per cent, on account of drawback .... 



Inspector, J. K. McLeod, salary $90 per month. 
do services preparing estimate of work . 



Hew Glasgow Public Building : — 

James Strachan, Contractor, estimate of materials delivered 
and work performed to June 11, 1885. 



Making drain, as per agreement, A. Cameron. 
Clerk of Works, D. Grant, 10 months, at $75.... 

Legal services, J. Armstrong 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Advertising 



Total Expenditure. 



Pietou Marine Hospital :— 

Painting floors, as per agreement, A. J. McNaughton 
W. J. Lorrain, work as follows — 

Making 3 gates 

Erecting, painting and whitewashing fence 

Stone and iron posts 

Material for construction 

Labor 



Clerk of Works, W. J. Lorrain, 2 months, at $75 



Truro Public Building :— 

Townsend & McKay, Contractors, work performed 

materials supplied to February 28, 1885 

Less — Amount paid in 1883-84 



and 



Clerk of Works, S. S. Crowe, 12 months. 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Advertising 



Windsor Public Building : — 

John Mcintosh, Contractor, work performed and materials 

supplied to May 30, 1885 

Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 



$ cts. 



215 00 
64 80 
50 00 



329 80 
39 80 



180 00 
3 00 



195 00 
750 00 

10 00 
9 80 

26 24 



80 00 
110 60 
100 00 

71 07 
149 25 



15,730 00 
2,980 00 


900 00 
27 00 
10 00 
65 65 



Clerk of Works, R. Sutherland, 11 months, at $75 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Advertising r « 



Yarmouth Public Building — 

Survey of site, P. L. Hatfield . .. 

Queen's Printer 

Advertising 



Total, Public Buildings, Nova Scotia. 



16,100 00 
1,410 00 

825 00 
54 50 
10 00 
59 41 



$ cts. 



290 00 
183 00 



13,000 00 



991 04 



102 46 



510 92 
150 00 



12,750 00 



1,002 65 



14,690 00 



948 91 


44 66 
38 08 
29 76 



$ cts. 



22,883 85 



473 00 



13,991 04 



763 38 



13,752 55 



15,638 91 



112 49 



67,615 32 






11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



249 



Public Buildings, P.E.I. 



Charlottetown Dominion Buildings i — 

T. C. Connor, contractor, work performed and materials 

supplied to June 1, 1885 

J. & J. Taylor, 1 safe for Assistant Receiver-General's Office 

Jno. Newson, office furniture 

Mark Wright & Co., hardware 

Hermans & Sons, gas fittings 

Geo. Bailey, repairing box keys 

Morton Bros., ropes 

Palmer & Mullally, pigeon holes 

S. C. McLaughlin, photographs -... 

Lumber supplied 

Carpenters, $3, $85.50 ; carpenters, $1.50, $12 

Labor, at $1, $421.08 ; labor, at $1.10, $315.06 

Carting, freight and horse hire 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services 

C. Dalzeil, Clerk of Works, 3 months, at #75, 

D. Sterling, services as Architect. 

D. Ewart, on account of travelling expenses 

Charlottetown "Examiner" Publishing Co., printing 

Queen's Printer . 

Advertising... 

Salaries in Ottawa not charged to Civil Government 



Montague Public Building:— 

Jas. McEvoy, price of site 



Summer side Public Building: — 

Pierce Doyle, contractor, work performed and materials 

delivered, to June 1, 1885 

Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 



Foreman, building drain from Post Office 

Laborers, $81.30 ; lumber, $46.10 ; nails, $7.50 

S. C. McLaughlin, photos 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services 

Stirling & Harris, Architects, commission on expenditure, 

at 3 p. c 

Richard Hunt, Clerk of Works 

W. R. Billings, travelling expenses. 

Advertising , , 



Total, Public Buildings, P.E.I 



$ cts. 



1,587 50 
241 36 
244 19 
361 98 
183 00 

3 50 
8 00 

20 45 

174 30 

97 50 

736 14 

62 10 

20 00 

225 00 

81 25 

30 00 

4 40 
39 62 

161 96 
2,228 47 



$ cts. 



1,120 00 



6,513 72 



12,640 00 
1,500 00 


11,140 00 
1,612 89 


33 00 

134 90 

37 30 

10 00 

375 00 

925 00 

51 47 

46 22 





$ cts. 



7,633 72 



800 00 



12,752 



21,186 61 



250 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Public Buildings— New Brunswick. 



Bnt hurst Public Building:— 

John Black, Contractor, work performed and material 

delivered to June 1, 1885 „ 

Legal services re land sold for site, A. J, H. Stewart 

do L. R. Harrison , 

do Hon. J. Armstrong , 

Photos, S. 0. McLaughlin , 

Clerk of Works, H. White, 2 months, 3 days 

Survey ot site, W. Mann 

Queen's Printer , 

Advertising , 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 



Carleton Post Office:— 

Causey, Bond & Milden, Contractors- 
Erection of Building 

LESS— Paid in 1883-84.., 



Bond & Milden. 
do 
do 



Extra for fittings, Causey, 
Painting interior 
Furniture blinds, 

Letter-box fronts, 100, at $2.43, E. Chanteloup..... 

Packing for same do 

Services as Architect, at 3 per cent, commission, H. H. 

Express, Intercolonial Express Co 

Setting out boundaries, H. Peters 



Mott 



I>«rcnester Penitentiary : — 

D. A. Duffy, Contractor, work performed and material 

delivered to June 1, 1885 « 

Less — Amount paid in 1883-84 



Hardwaie supplied by J. H. Hickman & Co. 
Glass, sand and paints 



Hardware supplied by J. H. Thorne & Co 

do M. R. Dobson 

Engine and iron work repairs, Geo. Fleming & Son. 
Lumber supplied by H. Jones -.... 

do Haley & Co 

do Maxwell & Son 

do T. & C Calhoun 

do A. E. Killam 

1 iron door, Armstrong Bros 

Sheet iron works, Jas. McDode 

Hose couplings, T. McAvity & Son 

Drain pipes, J. D. Deval , 

Linen hose, Wisdom & Fish 

Reporting on heating apparatus, Wisdom & Fish.... 
Inspection of do McDonald k Co.... 

Wall paper, Geo. Nixon 

do E. A. Everett , ,. 

Paper hanger, at $2.25 a day, Jas. Bell 

Shingles, R. A. Colpitts, 

Fencing 33 rods, at 90c, E. A. Everett -. 

Plumber's work, T. Campbell 

Flagging, Peter Hegan , 

Leather belting, E. Allwood 

Supplies, S. L. Chipman 

Horse carts, Allan McDonald 

Horse hire, 4 days, at $2.25 , 

Photos, S. 0. McLaughlin 

1 clothes press. J. D. Howe 

Premium on policy, Boiler Inspection Co 

Freight, Intercolonial Railway ,..., 

Machinist, at $2 per day, Jas. McLean 



$ cts 



9,613 00 
8,550 00 



1,135 34 

41 23 

324 35 



243 00 
75 



40,570 00 
15,600 00 



176 60 
142 48 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



500 00 

102 91 
78 06 
10 00 
36 50 

157 71 
15 00 
24 29 

211 50 
53 28 



1,063 00 



1,500 92 



243 75 
149 98 

4 60 

5 00 



24,970 00 



319 08 

552 72 

146 19 

400 13 

111 05 

13 04 

32 98 

114 77 

49 30 

4 16 

64 20 

72 42 

32 20 

42 40 

28 13 

26 21 

295 80 

124 49 

91 13 

62 20 

28 80 

406 67 

70 00 

202 64 

25 83 

48 73 

9 00 

2 70 

25 00 

10 55 

116 87 

490 00 

28,989 39 



$ cts. 



1,189 25 



,967 25 



4,156 50 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 



251 



Public Building*— New Brunswick. 



Brought forward, 



Dorchester Penitentiary — Concluded. 

Millwright, at $2.25 per day, R. Boyer- 

Engineer, at $2.50, J. D. Perrie 

Supt. of Masonry, at $90 per month, H. J. McGrath 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, Jno. E. Turnb'ull 

Travelling of Jno E. Turnbull 

Carpenter, at $2.25, $407.25 : carpenter, at $1.50, $395.25. 

Carpenter, at $2.00, $50 ; laborers, at $1.25, $49.50 

Painter, at $1.50 

Leather belting, E. Allwood 

Travelling expenses, W, R. Billings 

Architect, 16 visits, at $35, G. E. Fairweather 

Advertising .... 

Salaries in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government .... 



Moncton Public Building : — 

G. J. O'Doherty, Contractor, work performed and materials 

delivered to June 1, 1885 

Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 , 

10 p.c. retained as drawback , 



Heating apparatus, Wisdom & Fish , 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Travelling expenses, W. R. Billings 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Clerk of Works, 11 months, at $75, E. Milliken 

Advertising 

Architect, G. E. Fairweather, commission of 3 

$19,000.00, less*$100 paid in 1883-84 

Salaries in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 

Newcastle Post Office : — 

McDonald & Treen, Contractors, work performed and 



p.c. on 



material delivered to June 1, 1885 

Less — 10 p.c. retained as drawback ... 

Painting, J. G. Kethro 

Clerk of Works, 10 months, at $75, Thos. Maltby... 
Advertising 



St. John Marine Hospital : — 

Bond & Milden, Contractors, work performed and materials 

delivered to April 1, 1885 

Less— 10 p.c. retained as drawback 



Repairing archway and fixing air shaft, Bond & Milden. 

Heating apparatus, Campbell & Ellis 

Less — Amount paid in 1883-84 ... 



Roofing, James Griffith ... 

Bricks for drain, Thos. Sullivan 

Pine rollers, Bond & Milden - 

Iron bedsteads, 12, at $8,50, Hutchings & Co 

Moving furniture, as per contract, R. Mathers 

Night Watchman, at $1.50, G. F. Mott 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $75, C. F. Tilley 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong > 

Architect's commission, a 4 p c. on expenditure, H. H. Mott. 
Travelling expenses of H. H. Mott 



Advertising , 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



3,430 00 
1,947 60 



12,246 00 
1,226 00 



11,492 30 
1,142 30 



4,789 80 
3,590 00 



720 00 
6 40 



$ cts. 



28,989 39 



488 25 

98 00 
1,080 00 
1,160 00 

121 78 
802 50 

99 50 
130 50 

40 69 

175 58 

560 00 

6 00 

142 50 



19,477 60 



5,377 60 

14,100 00 

900 00 

3 60 

51 30 

10 00 

825 00 

81 68 

470 00 
1,221 34 



11,020 00 

2 30 

750 00 

42 69 



10,350 00 
95 63 



1,199 80 

345 54 

8 15 

5 00 

102 00 

40 00 

10 50 

900 00 

10 00 



726 40 
16 34 



$ Cts. 



4,156 50 



33,894 



17,662 92 



11,814 



13,809 36 



81,338 46 



252 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Public Buildings— Jfew Brunswick. 



Brought forward 



St. Stephens Public Building :— 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin , 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 

Queen's Printer 

Advertising , 



Sussex Post Office :— 

One clock, Jno. S. Triter 

Labor, 3£ days, at $2.50, 0. H. Radcliff.. 
Re-glazing 300 post office boxes do 
Gold leaf 



Woodstock Public Building: — 

Joshua Limerick, Contractor, amount of final estimate of 
contract ,....«,.<> 

Less— Amount paid in previous years .. 



Amount of fittings, as per contract, Joshua Limerick 
Construction of cesspool do 

Heating apparatus, Wisdom & Fish ...... 

Fixing do do 36 days, at $1.80. 

Letter-box fronts, 400, at $2.43, E. Chanteloup 

Packing and freight do 



Chandeliers, J. G. Emery , , 

Commission, a 3 p. c, on work performed, E. NT. Black. 

Photos, S C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong , 

Freight, American Express Co , 

Advertising 

Clerk of Works, 9 months, at $75, J. W. Fletcher 



Total, Public Buildings, New Brunswick. 



$ cts. 



8 75 

15 00 
4 25 



14,634 00 
12,310 00 



1,757 75 
64 80 



972 DO 
3 00 



$ cts. 



3 45 

31 53 

35 81 

134 69 



8 00 



28 00 



2,294 00 

2,636 51 

164 80 



1,822 55 



975 00 
72 70 

238 06 
11 50 
10 00 
23 80 
81 71 

675 00 



$ cts. 



81,338 46 



205 48 



36 00 



9,005 63 



90,585 57 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



253 



Public Buildings— Quebec. 



Chicontimi Marine Hospital : — 

William Warren, Contractor, amount of final estimate of 

first contract 

Less — Amount paid in previous year 



Amount of final estimate of second contract 

Less— Amount retained as drawback. 



Furniture, Blais & St. Pierre 

Damages to property, J. Dufour ...... 

Repairs to hospital, Rev. Sister St. Gabriel. 

Poker and copper for fireplace, T. Boily , 

Travelling expenses, Jno. Shearer ..... 

Survey of pipe, J. 0. Tremblay 

Architect, 7£ days, at $5, P. X. Berlinguet... 
Clerk of Works, 5 months, at $75, T. Boily. 
Legal expenses, F. X. Gosselin 



Grosse Isle Quarantine Station: — 

Works performed under contract, A. Laberge. 
Eave gutter and fall pipes do 

Wooden drainage do 

Cellar ventilators do 

Outside porch do 



Travelling expenses, D. A. McPherson -,.... 

Advance for travelling expenses, Jno. Shearer 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 



Hull Public Building :— 

Repairing letter-boxes, and keys, Geo. Bailey 



te vis Immigrant Buildings : — 

Charles Vailleux — 

Timber furnishing and building, 2,188 lin. ft, at 30c 

do 2,908 eft, at 15c 

Deals, 219 standard. ... 

Traverses, 83, at $1 

Expenses getting cedar 



Bolts, 800 lbs., at 4c. 
Iron, 1,500 do 3c. 



Stone, 40 c. yds., at $1.75 , 

Earth filling, 478 c. yds., at 45c. 
Stone filling, 50 do $2.. 



Montreal Custom House : — 

Fitting up desks, as per contract, M. Martin.. 

One new locomotive boiler, Geo. Brush ■ 

Engine fittings, Garth & Co , 



Montreal Drill Shed and Armories : — 

J. B. St. Louis, Contractor — 

Work performed and material supplied for. Drill Hall. 

Less — Amount paid in previous years 

10 per cent, retained as drawback 



Work performed and material supplied for Armories. 
Less— 10 per cent, retained as drawback 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



5,624 30 
5,340 00 

4,634 50 
150 00 



1,500 00 

138 00 

15 00 

99 00 

12 00 



656 40 

436 00 

57 90 

83 00 



32 00 

45 00 



215 10 
120 00 



37,900 CO 
4,790 00 



12,303 00 
1,233 00 



cts. 



284 30 



4,484 50 

422 00 

10 00 

33 50 

4 00 

62 90 

30 00 

36 25 

375 00 

13 77 



1,764 00 
35 80 
40 00 
98 75 



1,301 99 



77 00 
70 00 



335 10 



362 00 

1,545 00 

76 38 



47,930 00 
42,690 00 



5,240 00 
11,070 00 



$ Ct3. 



5,756 22 



1,938 55 
150 00 



1,784 09 



1,983 38 



16,310 00 



11,612 24 



1254 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



U 



Public Buildings— Quebec. 



Brought forward . 



JKontreal Drill Shed and Armories — Concluded. 

Placing iron roof on Drill Shed, Wm. Hendrie 

Extra work on the above contract do 



Architect services, at 4 per cent, commission, A. Raza. 
Inspection and report on work, Boiler Inspection Co.... 
Travelling expenses do 

Photos, S- C. McLaughli" 

Advance for travelling expenses, Wm. Curran 

Clerk of Works, 8 montLs, at $90, A. Lapierre 



3ff ontrcal Dominion Buildings — Improvements — : 

Geo. W. Brush, Contractor — 
Materials furnished and work done under contract on 

Examining Warehouse .- 

Labor— 

3,688 hrs , at 30c, $1,106.40 ; 372$ hrs., at 40c, $149.00. 

25 do 80c. 20.00; 20 do $1 20.00. 

11 do 50c. 5.50; 86 do 20c. 17.20. 

95| days, at $3, $287.40 ; 101 days, at $2.50, $252.50 

5 do 2, 10.00 

Repairs to boiler 

do entrance of building 



Replacing brick around boiler, A. Ledger. 

Covering boilers, Lee & Cohen 

Repairing roof, Geo. R. Prowse 



Repairing cornice of Custom House, M. Martin 

do roof do G. R. Prowse.... 

Repairs to do Laurier & Malo. 

Packing for Inland Revenue Office, R. Mitchell 

Paints and oil do F.Moore 

Repairs to do Garth & Co 

Sundry repairs, E. Chanteloup 

Hardware do 



2 70-bag racks, at $175, Harrison Bag Rack Co. 

1 44-bag rack., 

1 10-bag rack „ 



Commission, at 7£ p. c, on $9,925.45, Jas. Nelson, Architect 



Montreal Examining Warehouse: — 

Jno. Black, Contractor, additional building for Examining 

Warehouse 

Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 



Cousineau & Valiquette, Contractors, for reconstruction of 
floors- 
Rolled iron girders, 719,489 lbs., at $2.38 per cwt. 
Iron ties, bolting and painting, 3,500 lbs., at 18c... 

Setting girders, 763, at $2 „..„. 

Bricks laid, 700 M, at $13 

do 138 do 28 

Concrete laid, 6 760 sq. ft., at $2 

Cedar sleepers, 43,000 lin. ft, at 7c 

Old flooring relaid, 22,800hn. ft., at 4c 

New do 41,200 do 7c 

Holes filled after removal of wood joists 

Removing old joists and flooring 

Making, fixing and removing centres for arches 



$ cts. 



32,000 00 
958 00 



280 65 
56 00 



1,963 90 

1,255 40 
40 00 
22 70 
539 90 
10 00 
45 40 
-120 88 



185 55 

167 45 

30 85 

52 00 
92 40 
41 55 



1 40 

5 48 

16 80 



69 00 
43 65 

350 00 

110 00 

40 00 



7,339 50 
3,330 00 



Carried forward. 



17,123 83 

630 00 

1,526 00 

9,100 00 

3,864 00 

13,520 00 

3,010 00 

912 00 

2,884 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

200 00 

53,969 83 



$ cts. 



16,310 00 



32,958 00 
1,240 00 



336 65 

1 15 

25 00 

720 00 



3,998 18 

383 85 

185 95 

23 68 
112 65 



500 00 
744 39 



4,009 50 



4,009 50 



$ cts. 



1L612 24 



51,590 80 



5,948 70 



69,151 74 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



Public Buildings— Quebec. 



Brought forward. 



Montreal Examining: Warehouse— Contin ue d. 

Whitewashing, 16,600 yds., at 5c 

Painting, 6,500 yds., at 6c 

Repairing damaged plaster. 

Covering for engine and boiler. 

Openings in the interior walls 

Removing partitions and counters. 

Glass partitions, as per contract 

Converting 7 doors into windows 

Winter sashes for cigar room 

Cupboard in express department 

Alteration over boiler 



Extras, as follows— 

Alterations in fancy goods department 

Temporary supports to floors 

Stone flagging, as per agreement 

Windows, 47, at $6, for support of girders 

Extra cement over arches in interior 

Reconstruction of defective. stonework in yard 
Wrought-iron tiee for binding front and back 

walls 

Demolishing and rebuilding brickwork of in 

terior walls , 



Less- 



-Amount of drawback. ..$ 1,89177 
Paid in 1883-84 13,600 00 



Plumbing and alterations, Garth & Co 

Repairs, George Brush 

Removing earth from cellar, John Black 

Architect's commission, 4 p.c,, on alterations, Jas. Nelson, 
do 7£ do repairs do ... 



do 4 do main building 
Less— Paid in 1883-84 



do 



Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $75 

Services in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government., 



Montreal Post Office: — 

Repairs to roof, as per contract, Geo. R. Prowse 

Louis Allard, contracts, as follows — 

Converting windows on Fortification Lane into doors.. 

Enlargement of stamp office 

5,400 sq. ft. of oak flooring, at 18c 

3,571$ do brick do 14c 

Letter slides, inside and outside of building , 

Alterations of slides, and furniture repairs 



Changing floors, Plant & Dubuc- 
82£ days of mason, at $3.00., 
38£ do labor, at 1,75. 
912 lbs. oil cement, at 12c... 



Repairing heating apparatus, Robt- Mitchell 

Architect's commission at 1\ p.c, on $3,386.33, Jas. Nelson 

Montreal— A. R. G's. Office: — 

1 safe, J. & J. Taylor , 

Placing safe in office, E. J. Barbeau.. 



Carried forward . 



$ cts. 



53,969 83 



830 00 

390 00 

80 00 

200 00 

250 00 

250 00 

1,014 00 

350 00 

89 00 

30 00 

168 94 



57,621 77 

310 50 
1,500 00 

435 00 

282 00 
1,820 00 

900 00 

2,700 00 
1,812 00 



67,381 27 



549 73 
171 21 



1,830 00 
750 00 



198 00 
356 00 
972 00 
500 00 
1,271 00 
478 93 



246 75 

67 37 

109 44 



% cts, 



4,009 50 



51,889 50 

4,693 59 

915 98 

141 50 



720 94 



1,080 00 
900 00 
778 69 



892 75 



3,775 93 



423 56 

56 50 

253 87 



2,650 00 
17 87 



$ cts. 



69,151 74 



65,129 70 



5,402 61 
2,667 87 



142.351 92 



256 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Public Buildings— Quebec. 



Brought forward. 



Quebec Citadel: — 

Costolow & Lortie, Contractors— 

Rebuilding Diamond Bastion wall , 

Less — Amount paid in 1883-84 



Chas. Jobin, Contractor — 

Building roof of Dalbousie Bastion . 
Additional work, as per agreement. 



Less— Amount paid in 1883-84. 



Repairs to embankments between St. Louis and St. John 

Gates, by W. Meek 

Less — Paid in 1883-84, and charged to Quebec 
Forts 



Plumbing, Jas McGuire 

Plumbing tubes, Leonard Lefebvre 

Labor, L. P. Brunell 

Furniture, Drum Cabinet Co 

Gas supplied, Quebec Gas Co 

Mattresses, 3, at $11 50 

Clerk of Works, at $3 per day, Peter Mahon 



Quebec Dominion Buildings ; — 

Sundry repairs to Marine Hospital, A. Laberge — 
Repairing 8 water closets, as per agreement . 



Whitewashing, 9,170 yds , at 2c 

Laying 80 sq ft. of flooring, at $8.50 

Repairing roof of 32 dormers, at $1.50.... 

do eave gutters and fall pipes 

do roofs and sides of wings 

Whitewashing ceiling, and disinfectants. 



Less— Amount advanced in 1883-84., 



Repairs to heating apparatus, as per tender, E. Larose. 

Furniture for Inland Revenue Office, E. Russell 

Lumber supplied for Post Office do 

Stovepipes, Z. Vandry 



Quebec Examining Warehouse : — 

Denis O' Brien, Contractor, work performed and material 

furnished to March 31, 1885 

Less — Amount paid in previous years 

Amount retained as drawback 



Clerk of Works, 282 days, et $2.50, Pierre Gauthier 

Architect's commission, at 2$ per cent., on work performed] 

F. X. Berlinguet 

Travelling expenses of Secretary, A. Gobeil 

Queen's Printer 

Salaries in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 



Quebec Military Buildings and Drill Shed :— 

Costolow & Lortie, Contractors for Drill Shed, work per- 
formed and material supplied to May 26, 1885.. . r 

Less— Amount retained as drawback 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



5,722 00 
3,310 00 



3,300 00 
82 75 



3,382 75 
2,030 00 



775 00 
495 00 



195 00 
183 40 
680 00 
48 00 
95 00 
78 00 
21 00 

1,300 40 
400 00 



25,060 00 
754 79 



27,524 00 
2,754 00 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



2,412 00 



1,352 75 



280 00 

265 27 

73 49 

77 50 
28 50 
79 10 
34 50 

78 00 



900 40 
382 60 

28 00 

29 81 
25 00 



51,754 79 



25,814 79 



25,940 00 
705 00 

597 70 

41 50 

7 95 

586 50 



24,770 00 



24,770 00 



142,351 92 



4,681 It 



1,365 81 



27,878 65 



176,277 49 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



251 



Public Building's— Quebec. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
24,770 00 

116 55 

107 55 

60 95 

12 00 

4 50 

1,673 75 
1,200 00 


$ cts. 


Brought forward*.. 




176,277 49 


Quebec Military Building's and Brill Shed— Continued. 
Travelling expenses of Thomas Cambridge , 


32 55 

84 00 




Board allowance, 56 days, at $1.50, Thomas Cambridge 




Travelling expenses of Geo. Reid $ 31. 55 

Board allowance' 88 days, at $2, Geo. Reid 176 00 


207 55 
100 00 




L^ss — Advance in 1883-84 














Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 






Clerk of Work«, 12 months, at $90.00, W. J. Peters.. 


1,080 00 
302 25 
159 00 
132 50 




do 93 days 3.25, Abel Huot 




do 53 do 3.00, Peter Mahon 

do 53 do 2.50, J. N. Guillot 




Advance on account of professional services, E. E. Tache. 


833 97 

140 17 
434 51 

31 60 
110 00 

32 50 
3.1 00 

141 38 

413 56 

160 00 

19 20 




Lkss— Amount contributed by Corporation. ... 

St, Vincent de Paul Penitentiary : — 

Lumber, 64,152 c. ft, at $13.00 per 1,000, J.'R. Booth 


27,945 30 
5,558 20 

1,756 13 

592 76 
507 94 
700 00 

12 60 
54 00 
45 00 
44 75 

2,335 21 

3,476 26 
290 00 

152 81 

61 86 

677 50 

438 10 

13 50 
875 00 

42 76 


22,387 10 


do 10,012 do 14 00 do " 




do 27 157 do 16 00 do 

do 1,580 do 20.00 do 




Shingles, 40 M, at $2.75 per M, J. R. Booth 

do 10 do 3.25 do 




do 8 do 4 00 do 

Freight on lumber pre-paid at Ottawa ~ 

White oak, 8,109 c. ft. at $51.00, H. Bulmer & Son 

do ash, 4,000 do 40.00 do 




Pine lumber 








Wood, 75£ cords, at $6.75, L. Villeneuve 

do 100 do 7.00, J. B. Demers 






Wooden gutters, 210 ft., C. Bisson 






Hickory for axe handles, A. Osborne..... 






Building ice house, 9 days, at $5, J. E. Baul 






do 3 water closets, Garth & Co 






E. Chanteloup — 

Hardware, 12 iron columns, 24,400 lbs., at $2. 67 per 100 
do sash weights, 1,415 do 3,00 do 
do 172 cantilevers, 19,607 lbs., at 3|c. per lb.... 
do 2 patent bellows, at $30 


651 48 
42 45 

735 26 
60 00 

484 12 

335 00 
26 90 




do consisting of sundrv articles 




Repairing engine '. 

Freight on hardware ,,.... 








Hardware, sundry articles, J. T. Letourneux 


2,683 60 

768 51 

24 15 




Paints, oil and varnish do 




Glass do 








Repairs to steam pump, Robt. Gardner 






Nails and spikes, at 3£c, Pich6, Tisdale <fe Co..- 

Hardware do 


104 27 
48 54 




Iron castings, 1,546 lbs., at 4c, Moody & Song 




Two iron girders, Carrier, Laine & Co 






Dressing and furnishing hammers, J. B. Desjardins 

Repairing shaft for brick machine, C. Sheppard 






Cement, 500 brls., at $1.75, C. B. Wright 

Compound, Parker & Evans 











Carried forward, 


12,076 18 


198,664 59 



3 — 17** 



258 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5, 



Public Buildings — Quebec. 



Brought forward 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary— Continued. 



Charcoal, Jean Vaudry 

Coal, 6l| tons blacksmith coal, at $6.50, Dufresne & 

Mongenais 

Hose, 722 ft., Goodyear Rubber Co 

Limestone in block, 12,818 c. ft, at 35c, Louis Pare 

do flagging, 19,618 do 18c. do 

do do 1,683 do 12c do 



Lbps- 



-10 p. c retained as drawback ... $829 50 
Amount paid in 1883-84 3,020 00 



$ cts. 



4,486 30 

3,531 24 

201 96 



8,219 50 
3,849 50 



Oil, tallow and cotton waste, James Wilson 

Fire bricks, plaster and drain pipes, J. McNally. 
Cement, J. McNally 



1 clock, N. Beaudry et frere 

3 sets working harness, P. O'Donoghue 

Ornaments for church, C. B. Lanctot 

Wall- paper, C. Bisson 

Varnish, Cadienx & Derome 

Sand, 200 loads, at 40c, A. Lacasse 

Stationery, Phillips & Buhner 

Straw, 613 bundles, at 3$c, $21.45; 300 bundles, at 4c, 

$12, J. B. Demers 

Hay, 800 bundles, at 8£c, $68 ; 1,450 bundles, at 8c, $116, 

J. B. Demers 

Oats, 450 bush , at 55c, $247.50 ; 250 bush., at 60c, 150, 

J. B. Demers 

Bran, 2,065 lbs., J. B. Demers 



Clerk of Works, John Shearer 

do 12 months salary, E. Beland 

do travelling expenses do 

Trade Instructors, P. Cusson, N. Pajeant, O. Osborne, at 

$700 each 

Keeper of stores, 12 mop., E. Dagneault 

do travelling expenses, E. Dagneault 

Advance not accounted for do 



Travelling expenses of F. H. Ennis .... 

do E. Kenny , 

do W. R. Billings. 

Less— Advance in 1883-84... 



Travelling expenses_of John Drysdale 

do Jas. Devlin 

Examination of specifications, E. Gagne 

Cab hire, A. Paradis 

Legal services, Hon. John Armstrong , 

Architect, 7 mos., at $180, John Bowes 

Travelling expenses, $162 ; hotel, 43 days, at $3,50, $150.50 

Queen's Printer , 

Advertising » , 

Salaries in Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. .., 



Sherbrooke Public Buildings : — 

G. G. Bryant, Contractor, total amount of contract, 
Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 



Interior fittings, plastering, &c. 
Hardware supplied 



Carried forward. 



147 97 
158 85 



33 45 

184 00 

397 50 
23 41 



999 96 
18 25 



593 32 

18 00 

100 00 



50 32 
50 00 



1,260 00 
312 50 



11,997 00 
2,400 00 

9,597 00 

1,644 25 

28 45 



cts. 



12,076 18 



27 65 
401 93 
316 13 



128 14 



306 82 

6 50 

96 00 

5 70 
4 80 

6 75 
80 00 
25 65 



638 36 
94 50 



1,018 21 
2,099 88 



711 32 

30 00 

2 00 



32 
69 80 
59 47 
40 00 

7 50 
10 00 



1,572 50 

4 50 

11 60 

3,815 69 



11,269 70 



198,664 59 



28,037 90 



226,702 49 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



259 



Public Buildings — Quebec. 



Brought forward 



Sherbrooke Public Buildings— Concluded. 

Plumbing, aa per agreement, R. & B. Sampson 

Gas fixtures and water faucets 

lbell 



Heating apparatus, as per contract, Garth & Co. 

760 letter-box fronts, at $1.97, E. Chanteloup 

Packing and freight 



Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Advances for travelling expenses, A. Gobeil 

Travelling expenses, Jno. Drysdale 

Architect's commission, at 3 per cent., on work, F. X. 

Berlinquet 

Architect's services, 22 visits, at $8, F. X. Berlinquet 

Inspector, at $2 per day, R. Richards 

Postage and stationery do 

Advertising 



Sorel Public Buildings : — 

G. Beaucage, Contractor, materials supplied and work 

performed to 30th June, 1885 <• 

Less— Amount retained as drawback 



Travelling expenses, A. Gobeil 

do D. Ewart .. 

Legal services, J. Armstrong , 

Clerk of Works, 11 months, at $75, J. A. Chenevert .... 
Architect's commission, at 3 per cent., on $11,100, L. 

Ganthier 

Advertising, $76.36; Queen's Printer, $10.28 , 



Three Rivers : — 

Conversion of Custom, House into Post Office : — 

Carpenters, $1,685.67 ; plasterers, $96.80 

Labor, $431.36; carters, $33.59 

Materials for building 

Furniture for Postmaster's office, E. Laviolette. 
do Inspector's office do 

do Asst. Inspector's office do 

do Clerks' offices do 



Timber and labor, P. C. Cloutier 

Lumber, Jas. Dean , 

Screws and bolts, P. A. Gouin 

Glass and varnish, J M. Godin 

Paint and labor, H. Mottet ( 

Plumbing and gasfitting, J. B. L'uckerhoff 

Carpets, at $1.10 a yard, L. O. Busseur , 

Hearthstone, E A. Lacroix 

2 rubber pads, Canada Rubber Co 

5 Lavatories, $37 50 ; flagstaff, $50 ; ...... 

Letter-box fronts, 660, at $2.43, E. Chanteloup 

1 iron balustrade, $213; freight, $5.57 do 

72 locks, $40 ; screws and wirework, $10.85 do 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Architect, 7J per cent on expenditure, O. Z. Hamel... 
Trav. expenses, John Drysdale, $22.60; D. Ewart, $25. 

Contingencies, J. G. Rousseau 

Advertising, $145.36; postage, $5.90 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government.. 



Total, Public Buildings, Quebec. 



$ cts. 



1,270 00 

216 95 

7 50 



1,497 20 
8 28 



369 67 
176 00 



746 50 
28 53 



13,265 37 
1,325 37 

18 75 

24 25 

10 00 

825 00 

333 00 
86 64 



48 77 

58 50 

17 50 

128 50 



1,603 80 

219 57 

50 85 



$ cts. 



11,269 70 



1,494 45 
1,632 00 



1,505 48 
56 70 
10 00 
20 00 
20 35 



545 67 



775 03 
91 41 



11,940 00 



1,297 64 



1,782 47 
464 95 
884 17 



253 27 

227 35 

36 48 

50 67 

215 04 

200 39 

722 88 

94 70 

26 00 

40 13 

117 50 



1,874 22 

44 10 

59* 12 

47 60 

4 32 

151 26 

177 84 



% ctff. 



,702 49 



17,420 79 



13,237 64 



8,008 4« 
265,369 38 



^—174 



260 



AUDITOR GENERAL'8 REPORT, 1884-5. 



II 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 



Amnerstbnrg- Public Building : — 

Patrick Navin, Contractor — Total amount of contract, 
do Extras, as per agreement . 



Lbss- 



- Amount of work not completed, 
do paid in 1883-84 



Architect, 3 per cent, of total cost, Wm. Scott 
Travelling expenses do 

Telephone do 

Plans and report do 

Photos do 



Clerk of Works, M. Twomey, 11 months' salary.. 
Advertising 



Barrie Post Office: — 

Executors of William Toms, total estimate to May 15, 1885. 

Lbss — 10 per cent, retained as drawback 

Amount paid in 1883-84 



Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Strathy & Ault 

Travelling expenses, D. Ewart 

Clerk of Works, 13 months, at $75 ; 1 month, at $70, Edward 

Byrne 

Architects, advance, Kennedy, Gavillei- & Holland 

Advertising 



Belleville Public Building-: — 

Fitting up Caretaker's room, as per contract, W. Alford 
Cedar block pavement, 57?| yds., at $1.12 do 

Office furniture do 

Gas fixtures do 



Repairs to office, D. S. Keith & Co 

Glazing, Wm Wensley 

Plumbing, C. F. Smith 

Pumping water, Jno. Robertson 

Plastering, Thos Gardner 

Plans of site, W. S Drewry, P.L.S 

Repairing letter boxes and keys, Geo. Bailey. 

Architect, advance, R. C. Windeyer 

Travelling expenses do 



Berlin Public Building- : — 

W. H. Lewis, Contractor, total estimate to June 1, 1885 .... 
Less— Amount retained as drawback * 



Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Travelling expenses, J. W. H. Watts 

Clerk of Works, 11 months, at $75, J. M. Scully.. 
Advertising 



Brock vi lie Tubltc Building-:— 

Tompkins, Crain & Co., estimate to June 26, 1885. 

Less — Amount retained as drawback .. 

Amount paid in 1883-84 , 



Heating apparatus, 1st estimate, J. J. Blackmore. 
Lags — Drawback retained 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



1,270 00 

210 00 
5,890 00 



575 36 

97 00 

3 30 

25 00 

10 00 



1,870 10 
3,990 00 



875 00 

642 50 

198 12 

5 45 



25 00 
13 20 



15,888 00 
388 00 



1,367 54 
16,670 00 



973 00 
103 00 



$ cts. 



19,179 00 
6,100 00 



13.079 00 



710 66 

825 00 

84 09 



5,860 10 



12,850 00 

25 00 

126 89 

67 12 

1,045 00 

800 00 

10 00 



1,721 07 
82 00 

2 00 

3 46 
5 60 

10 00 
10 00 
21 60 



38 20 



15,500 00 

10 00 

21 75 

825 00 

173 88 



32,997 54 



18,037 54 



14,960 00 
870 00 



$ cts 



14,698 7ff 



14,924 0D 



1,893 9$ 



16,530 63 



15,830 00 



48,047 32 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



261 



Public Building-*— Ontario. 



Brought forward . 



Brook v ill e Public Building— Continued. 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal expenses, Hon. J, Armstrong 

Travelling expenses, W. R. Billings 



Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $75, Geo. Stacey. 

do 



Travelling expenses 

Advertising, $172.43 ; Queen's Printer, $3.19. 



Chatham Public Building: — 

J. E. Askwith, amount paid on contract , 

Less— Amount paid in previous years. 



Fittings, as per agreement 

Finishing attic for Caretaker's residence . 



Gas fixtures, J, & W. McKeough 

Hardware do 

Three desks, Coltart & Neilson 

16 chairs, $81.50 ; 4 blinds, $10, Coltart & Neilson. 
Letter press and book rests do 

Removal of furniture do 



Furniture, H. A Patterson 

Carpets and oilcloth, J. & J. F. Scott 

Letter-box fronts, 300, at $2.43, E. Chanteloup. 

do 21, at 2.25 do 

Numbers, screws, bolts do 



Express 

Architect's services, advance, J. F. Rutley . . . 
Clerk of Works, 2 months, at $75, J. B. Baxter. 



Clifton Post Office :— 

J. E. Askwith, estimate to June 1, 1885. 
Amount of extra work 



Less — Amount retained as drawback. 
Amount paid in 1883-84 



Heating apparatus, as per contract, Garth & Co. 
Letter-box fronts, 620, at $1. 97, E. Chanteloup. . 

Packing and freight.. , , 

Photos, S. 0. McLaughlin 

Legal expenses, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Travelling expenses, J. W. H. Watts 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $75, J. B. Jones ... 
Advertising 



Cobon ric Public Building : — 

Removal of old ceiling, per contract, T. Rettalack 
Repairs to Post Office do do ' , 



Amount of fittings do B. Battell . 

Construction of oak floor and new ceiling do . 
Screws, locks, knobs, &c. do . 

Amount of alterations do ., 



Letter-box fronts, 600, 
Freight and packing 



at $2.43, E. Chanteloup. 
do 



Galvanized iron, G. D. Vosper 

Glass, 69 panes, H. Gillard 

Painting and glazing, Jno. Featherstone. 

Carried forward 



$ cts 



36,570 00 
30,230 00 



244 50 
91 50 
62 75 
26 50 



729 00 
47 25 
15 72 



27,799 50 
4,181 20 

390 70 
17,340 00 



50 00 
96 10 

1,735 00 

275 00 

82 00 

157 33 



1,458 00 
7 05 



$ cts. 



15,830 00 




6,340 00 
107 50 
670 00 

7,117 50 

489 95 

26 21 



425 25 

43 37 

136 50 



791 97 

4 55 

325 00 

150 00 



31,980 70 



17,730 70 



14,250 00 

1,760 00 

1,221 40 

7 45 

48 60 

10 00 

29 55 

900 00 

240 24 



146 10 



2,249 33 



1,465 05 

22 30 

79 35 

120 99 



4,083 12 



$ cti. 



48,047 32 



17,033 92 



9,SW 30 



18,467 24 



93,058 78 



262 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 



Brought forward. 



Oouonrg Public Building— Continued. 

Rubber tubiog, Goodyear Rubber Co , 

Clerk of Works, Uf s months, at f 90, Sam. Rettalack. 
Travelling expenses do 



Cornwall Public Building: : — 

Gordon & Ro3s, total amount of contract. 

Amount of extras, as per agreement. 

Amount of fittings do 



Less— Paid in 1883-84. 



Heating apparatus, per contract, Garth & Co . . 
Letter-box fronts, 600, at $1.97, E. Ohanteloup 
Packing and freight do 



One bag rack, Harrison Postal Rack Co .... 

Freight on bag rack , 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

One flagstone, Gillie & Mosset 

Pipes, Campbell & Co 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong , 

Travelling expenses, W. R. Billings 

do D. Rwart. 

Clerk of Works, 9 months, at $75, Wm. Atchison. 
Architect, 3 per cent, on $41,414 93, J. J. Brown. 
Travelling expenses, 136 trips, at $4.50 do 



cts. 



27,698 63 
8,139 30 
2,814 00 



1,182 00 
6 08 



Less— Amount paid, 1883-84. 



Advertising 



Ctananoque Custom House : — 

Heating apparatus, as per contract, Garth & Co. 

Fitting up bath, as per contract, G. Wilson 

Counter, 14 feet, at $2.75 do 

Window and door in cellar do 

Cement floor do 



3 chairs, 1 couch, 1 desk, Wm. McKeDzie 

Papering Custom House, per contract, T. Savage. 
Glazing and painting do 

Mats, 3, at $7, Richardson & Jackson 

One clock, G. Asselstine 

Cleaning office, Jane Harris 

Windows, Robert Wright 



dn It Public Building- :— 

Estimate to June 2, M. A. Piggott. 
Extra work, as per agreement 



Less — Amount retained as drawback 



$ cts. 



1,242 44 
612 00 



1,854 44 
900 00 



278 00 
38 50 
45 00 
15 00 



1,913 90 
344 73 



4,083 12 



25 25 

1,053 00 

17 00 



38,651 93 ( 
28,100 00 



10,551 93 
1,575 00 



1,188 08 

65 00 

6 00 

120 75 

18 00 

4 50 

10 00 

12 10 

12 10 

675 00 



954 44 
180 78 



992 00 



376 50 
143 50 
100 00 

17 99 
21 00 

18 00 
12 90 
20 00 



Photos, S. C. McLaughlin , 

Legal services, Allenby & Weir 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong. 

Queen's Printer , 

Advertising 



Carried forward, 



2,258 63 
228 63 

2,030 00 

7 20 

31 80 

10 00 

25 02 

323 08 



$ cts. 



93,058 78 



5,178 37- 



15,373 68 



1,701 89 



2,427 Id 
117,739 82- 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 



263 



Public Buildings — Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Gnelph Custom Rouse: — 

Repairs to gas and water pipes 

Architect, services and report, D. B. Dick. 
do travelling expenses do 



milton Post Office and Custom House : — 

Van Allen, Brown & Love, estimate to June 1, 1885., 
Extras, as per agreement ,, 



Less- 
do 



■Amount paid in previous years 

10 per cent, retained as drawback. 



Heating apparatus as per contract, J. J. Blackmore. . 
Less — 10 per cent, retained as drawback. 



Placing heating apparatus in position, Garth & Go. 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Travelling expenses, J. Watts 

Architect, 5 months, at $90, Jno. Drysdale 

Travelling expenses 



Architect's services, E. Ware 

Architect, 365 days, at $3.50, Geo. Sharp 

Travelling expenses do 

Salaries at Ottawa not charged to Civil Government. 
Advertising , „ 






.Kingston Penitentiary : — 

Amount paid on gas apparatus, Jas. Perry ... 
Iron, 13,820 lbs., at 2jc, J. Muckleston & Co. 
do 1,947 do 

Bolts, nuts and screws do 

Cement, 100 brls., at $3.30 do 



flails, 300 lbs., at 3£c. 
Screws and bolts 
Iron, 2,150 lbs., at 2£c. 
.Boiler plates, 4,000 lbs. 
Machine bolts, 800 lbs. 
Steel, 600 lbs., at 14c. 
Wire, 50 do 8c. 
Wire mesh, 1,600 sq. ft., at l^c 
White lead, 500 lbs , at 8c. 
English oil, 54 galls., at 90c. 



McMahon Bros. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



at 2c. 



Brass peet valves, 17, at $16.00, J. 

do 16, at 12.00 

Iron tees, 19, at $1 .35 



Piping 
Plumbing, at 



2.30 per day 



Jamieson , 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Iron plates, 11,096 lbs., at 3c , Jas. Robertson. 

do 1,042 do 5c do 

Boiler heads, 2,363£ do 5|c. do 

Boiler rivets do 

Freight do 



Steam pipe covering, 64 brls., at $3, Jno. Riley.... 
Covering steam pipe, l,845f, at 30c. do 
Steam and water fittings, McKelvey, Birch & Co - 
Wrought iron, 19,311 lbs., at lc, Jno. McMullan. 

Carried forward 



$ cts 



25 00 
2 50 


192,218 25 
4,874 38 


114,710 00 
19,712 63 



4,608 95 
468 95 



450 00 
16 75 



1,277 50 
30 00 



310 96 
125 70 
208 45 
330 00 



9 75 
12 45 
53 75 

140 52 

16 00 

84 00 

4 00 

248 00 
40 00 
48 70 



272 00 

192 00 

25 65 

40 96 

152 89 



332 88 
52 10 

135 90 
19 60 
27 91 



$ cts. 



20 45 
27 50 

197,092 63 
134,422 63 



62,670 00 



4,140 00 
40 00 
18 30 
10 00 
66 75 



466 75 
4 00 



1,307 50 
935 65 
434 57 



3,260 00 



975 11 



657 17 



683 50 



568 39 

192 00 
553 li 
682 00 

193 11 



$ Ct». 



117,739 82 



47 95 



70,C93 52 



7,765 00 



187,881^29 



264 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



IB 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 



Brought forward.. 



Kingston Penitentiary— Continued, 

Lumber, 3,9.4 ft , at $17.50, W. B. & S Anglin. 
do 2,324 do 16.00 do 

do 1,0*3 do 20 00 do 

Cartage on lumber do 



Sand, 250 loads, at $1, Jag. Vanorder 
Photo views, 252, Sheldon & Davis, 



Freight and cartage, B. McConville ~ 

Steamfitter, 12 months, at $60, Ohas. Munro. 

Assistant steamfitter, 45 days, at $1.50, Jno. Priestly. 

Architect, 5 months, at $180, Jno. Bowel 

Travelling expenses, 11 trips, at $12.50, and 1 at $12. 
Hotel expenses, 41 days, at $3 50 



Kingston Post Office : - 

Labor, Bdwin Chown 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Legal expenses, Hon. J. Armstrong 
Advertising , 



London Custom House : — 

Photos, S. O. Mcuaughlin. 

Insurance of boiler, Boiler Inspection Go . 

Legal expenses, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 

Architect, 7 J per cent, on $1,602. 60, Thos. H. Tracy , 

Architects, advance, Durand & Moore 

Coal scuttles 

Advertising, $i75.60 ; Queen's Printer, $20.80 , , 



$ cts. 



37 15 
21 66 

7 50 



Orangeville Post Office: — 

Survey of site, C.J. Wheelock 

Legal services, Hon J. Armstrong 

do P. M. Barker 

Architect, 19 days, at $10, F. J. Rastrick. 

do advance do 

Travelling expenses do 



Clerk of Works, 2 months, at $75, Robt. Hewitt 

Reducing plans, A. Benoit 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 
Stationery Office, $170.33 ; Queen's Printer, $14.16 



Ottawa Geological Museum : — 

Cedar, 22,5u0 ft., at $13 per 1,000, L. Devarenne. 

do 1,5(0 ft., at 6c. per ft. do 

Nails, 6 kegs, at $3 do 

Drain, 69 it., at $1 do 

Doors, 4, at $10 do 

Repairing walls and floor do 

Cartage do 

Labor, 68 days, at $1.50 do 

do 53 do 2.25 do 



Actinolite rooSng, 28£ squares, at $7.50, J. James & Co. 

Painting and tinting Wilis and ceilings, Wm. Howe— 

421 yards, at 20c , 

352 do 15c 

6027 do 8c , 

117 windows, at $1 each ._ 

60 pairs Venetian blinds 

Repairing glasi and sashes , 

Value of paint 

Labor, 616 hours, at 25c 



Carried forward., 



960 00 
149 50 
143 60 



190 00 

200 00 

56 71 



292 50 
90 00 
18 00 
69 00 
40 00 
32 00 
29 00 
102 00 
119 25 



84 20 
52 83 

482 16 
117 00 

36 00 
7 50 

48 20 
154 00 



$ cts. 



7,765 00 



135 33 
250 00 
145 31 

29 60 
720 00 

67 50 



1,193 00 



14 85 

13 60 

10 00 

217 54 

9 80 

20 00 

10 00 

61 13 

120 20 

400 00 

6 00 

196 40 



30 00 
10 00 
67 09 




791 75 
213 75 



981 89 
1,987 39 



$ cts. 



187,881 29 



10,305 74 



265 89 



923 S3 



927 fit 



200,194 26 



ii 



DETAIL8 OP EXPENDITURE, 



265 



Public Build ngs- Ontario. 



Brought forward. 



4Mfaw» Geological umseum — Continued. 

Scantling, 1,033 ft., at $18 per M, E. B. Eddy. 

Plumbing, J. R. Esmonde 

Hardware do 



do H. Meadows & Co ■ 

Carpenters, $24; bricklayers, $24; laborerers, $33.75. 



Post Office : — 

Work performed by William Howe — 

Whitewashing and kalsomining, 914 yds., at 8c. 
Finishing ceilings in fresco colors : 

775 yds. , at 15c 

873 do 20c 

744 do 25c , 

1,520 ft. cornice, at 15c 



Painting windows and sashes, 24, at $5 

do do 28 4 

do columns, 12, at $3 

do vaults, 2, at $3 

Tarnishing window blinds, 900 sq. ft, at 10c 

Varnishing stringers, hand-rails a^d balustrades 

Bronzing coils, 50, at $2 

Oiling stairs throughout building , 



Scaffolding for rooms 

do halls and staircases. 



Painting, as per specification and tender, J. B. Arial. 

Plumber, 21 J days, at $1.60, E. G. Laverdure 

Assistant, 20£ do 80c. do 

Solder _ , 



Cleaning and tinting office, Jno. Shepherd. 
Repairing stairs and sashes, F. Giasson. ..... 

Furniture 



JPort Hope Post Office :— 

Executors of Wm. Toms— Estimate to June 1, 1885 , 

Less — Amount retained as drawback .. 

Amount paid in previous years . 



Heating apparatus, as per contract, E. Chanteloup. 

Cedar posts, 3 \ cords, at $4, J. Leverish 

Plank for sidewalks, 9,704 ft., at $12 per M 



Boulevard and sidewalk, per contract, S. Paterson 

One postal rack, Postal Bag Rack Co 

Duty and freight oa postal rack, E. J. Baird 

Cutting doorway, Robt. Grange , 

Photos, S. O. McLaughlin.. 

Legal service, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Travelling expenses, D, Ewart « , 

Advance for travelling expenses, Wm. Ourran 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $75, Jos. King 

Advertising „ 



Ct8. 



122 27 
34 57 



116 25 
174 60 
186 00 
228 00 



120 00 

112 00 

36 00 

6 00 

90 00 

95 00 



100 00 
50 00 



100 00 
60 00 



34 40 
16 40 
20 87 



155 00 
16 50 



531 50 
18,370 00 



13 00 
116 44 



Carried forward . . 



$ cts. 



1,987 39 
18 59 



156 84 
36 30 
81 75 



73 12 

704 85 

459 00 
150 00 
160 00 



$ cts. 



1,546 97 

850 00 



71 67 
31 68 



171 50 



27,321 50 



18,901 50 



8,420 00 
1,550 00 



129 44 

58y 95 

110 00 

34 86 

5 00 

94 10 

10 00 

28 80 

30 00 

900 00 

238 52 



200,194 26 



2,280 8? 



2,671 8£ 



12,140 <87 



1 217,267 6£ 



266 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 



Brought forward . 



Stratford Pnbllc Building :— 

Erecting clock, as per contract, M. A. Woods 
Extras in connection with contract do 



Illuminating clock dials, Jas. Douglas 

Plumbing, B. DuDsmore 

Stepladder and brooms t 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Supt. Architect, 3 p. cent, on expenditure, J. R. Kilburn. 
Services preparing estimate, J. R. Kilburn 



St. Catharines Post Office :— 

Finishing Caretaker's quarters, per contract, G. Wilson. 

Hardware and felt supplied do 

Making circle head sashes, 13, at $3 do 

Painting and glazing do 

Material furnished do 

Labor, 17$ days, at $2.50 do 



Repairing locks and keys, Geo. Bailey 

£ cost of sidewalk on King and Queen streets, City Corpo- 
ration of 8t. Catharines 

Bolts, John Carlson 

Broom and baskets 

Sodding, $5; removing ashes, $3.30 

Architect, R. C. Windeyer, 5$ days, at $10 

do advance on account of services 

do travelling expenses 



Toronto Custom House : — 

Repairing fence, St. Lawrence Foundry 

Labor, 95 hours, at 40c, Brown & Love 

Stone and mortar do 

Commission, at 7 J per cent., on sundry accounts, D. B. Dick 



St. Thomas Post Office: — 

Henry Lindep, Contractor, estimate to 10th April, 1885, 

Less — Amount retained as drawback 

Amount paid in previous years 



Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Photos, Henry Lindop 

Aichitect, E. Ware, 3 per cent, on $37,223. 

do 5 days, at $10 

do travelling expenses 



Less— Payments made in 1883-84.. 

Clerk of Works, 237 days, at $3, Thos. Arkell 

Travelling expenses, J. W. H. Watts 

Advertising 



Toronto Examining Warehouse: — 

Brown & Love, total amount of contract 
Extras for additional work 



Less — Amount paid in previous years.. 



Repairing doors and windows, John Fletcher 
Contract price of urinal, Geo. Harding 



Carried forward , 



$ cts 



1,556 00 
112 75 



48 75 
15 00 



1,015 00 
43 00 
39 00 
63 00 
46 95 
43 75 



55 00 
25 00 
32 70 



3,964 61 

22,740 00 



1,116 70 
50 00 
46 10 



1,212 80 
663 42 



72,967 00 
224 76 



$ cts. 



1,668 75 

24 18 

9 06 

7 95 

36 50 



63 75 



1,250 70 
23 40 

169 20 

5 00 

15 50 

8 30 



112 70 



49 14 
38 00 
27 00 
10 77 



39,694 61 
26,704 61 



12,990 00 
10 00 
25 00 



549 38 

7L1 00 

11 28 

158 26 



73,191 76 
42,300 00 



30,891 76 
54 71 
79 00 



$ cts 



217,287 62 



1,810 1* 



1,584 80 



124 »] 



14,454 91 



31,025 47 



235,262 44 J 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



2*7 



Fublic Bnildings — Ontario. 



Brought forward. 



Toronto Examining- Warehouse — I "ont nucd. 

Covering boiler wit asbestos, L. R Montgomery 

Glazing, Jos. McOausland 

Legal services, Hon J. Armstrong - 

Clerk of Works, 6 months, $90, W. L. l?ale 

Architect, 3 per cec on $74,129.36, 0. 3 Oick 

do t-avellinj.: expenses do 

do 7£ per cent, on suadry accoui ts, D B. )ick. 



Less— Paid in 1S83-84.. 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civi Governn ent, 



Toronto Post Office: — 

Thomas Peils, total amount of contract. 
Extras for additional work 



% eta 



2,223 88 
21 25 

17 22 



2,264 35 
1,000 00 



Less— Amount paid in 1883-84. 



4,900 00 
843 21 



Carpenter work, 53 feet of verandah, at $8, T. Pells. 
Material furnished.. , 



Painting outside of post office, per contact, John Dill 

do hall and staircase d( 

do aid kalsormning sorting room do 

do and graining vestibule, 50 yds.; at 50c do 

Capping roof with tin, 802 rolls, at 3i»c, Douglas Pros 

Painting roof, 1,051 yards, at 10c. do 
Repairing and soldering do 

Paving post office yard, 548 yards, at 85c, A. W. Godson.. 
Sand for foundation, 39 yards, at % 1 do 

Hardware and plumbing, Geo. Hard" ng — 

Labor of steamfitter and helper, 13 days, a + . $3 50, Ge>. 

Harding 

\ 

Fitting up speaking tubes, T. L. Hicks . 

Repairing keys and letter boxes, Geo. Bailey 

Architect, 7£ per cent, on cost, D. B. Dick 



Toronto Immigrant Station : — 

Covering boilera with sheet lead, Geo. Harding. 
Labor, and plumbing materials do 



424 00 
43 04 



6P5 0'. 

227 00 

1,107 00 

25 00 



280 70 

105 10 

22 90 

465 80 
39 00 



147 10 

45 50 

37 50 

33 60 

662 55 



95 00 
27 33 



Labor, 19| days, at $3.50, Ritchie & Co 

do 16 do 2.25 do 

Plumbing material do 



Toronto Dominion Buildings: — 

Fitting up A. R. G.' s office, per contract, Wilson & Howard 
Blinds and rollers complete do 

Shelving and painting do 



Lettering bulletin board, E. H. Boddy. 
Blacksmithing, B. Warnock 



Iron work supplied by St. LawreDce Foundry.. 

Iron doors, Douglas Bros 

Hardware and cement, Brown & Love 



Carried forward. 



69 12 
36 00 
19 00 



840 00 
14 00 
35 00 



36 50 
5 85 
15 30 
25 00 
24 93 



% cts. 



31,025 47 



73 68 

19 79 

10 00 

540 00 



1,262 35 
771 32 



5,743 21 
4.930 00 



813 21 
467 04 

2,044 00 

408 70 
504 80 

192 60 

733 65 



122 33 



124 12 



00 



107 58 



cts. 



235,262 44 



996 58 



33,702 61 



5,164 00 



246 45 



274,375 50 



268 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Public Buildings— Ontario. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Toronto Dominion Building's — Confined. 

Architects com., at 7£ p. c, on Post OffiVe fittings, D B.Dick 
do do Ex. War- house do 
do do Custom Fouse do 
do do preparing plan do 

do services at A. R. G.'s office, 10 days, at $10, R. 
C. Windeyer 


996 58 

283 02 
100 00 


274,375 50 


8 64 

144 26 

120 22 

10 00 


i 




1,379 60 






Total, Public Buildings Ontario 


275,755 10 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE* 



26S 



Public Buildings— tfanitolm. 



Brandon Immigrant Shed : — 

Building shed, 95 days, at $2.80, J. H. Bennett. 
Painting office, 32 do 1.50, A. Foster. ... 

Lime and brick, A. Lang 

Nails, Wilson & Co 

Locks, hinges and bolts, Wilson <fc Co 

Paint, Tarnish and oil do 



Lumber, 16,386 ft, Bojd & Crowe. 
Shingles, 9$ M, at $3.50 do 
Lath, 3,900 4.50 do 

Doors and windows do 



Lumber, Sword & Moore. 



Stony Mountain Penitentiary : — 

Total amount of contract, Rourke & Cass. 

Extras for additional work do 

Repairing school, brick, 14 M, at $11.50 do 
Lathing and plastering, 322 yds. 0.52£ do 
bubsills and stops for foundation, 10, 4.00 do 
Chimneys, 14, 1.50 do 

Stone foundation, 3 yds. 6.00 do 

Lumber supplied bv Boyd & Crowe- 
Lath, 11,800...".... 

Lumber, 104,293 feet. 

Shingles, 100 M., at $4.50 , 

One door 



1 Duchess range, Mulholland Bros 

1 Syndicate stove do 

7 stoves— 1 at $28 ; 2 at $20 ; 4 at $16, Mulholland Bros-... 
Stovepipes and stove fittings do 

Paint, turpentine, oil and white lead do 

Iron and steel bars for heating apparatus do 
Iron beds, complete, 80, at $8.50 do 

Blasting powder do 

Zinc, 400 lbs., at 12c do 

Tin lamps, 7 doz. do 

1 signal ball and lamp do 

Fireproof covering, 1,400 lbs , at 5c do 

Coal, 4 tons, at $20 do 

Sundry articles of hardware do 

Star glass, 1,100 fl 
Plate glass, 330 
Figured glass, 45J 



., at 15c, Grant & Co. 
do 40c. do 

do 50c. do 



Lumber, 14,297 feet, J. A. McDougall 

Window frames and sashes, 46, at $3. 50, Paterson & Mitchell 
Doors do 

Storm sashes, 14, at $3.25 do 

Carpenter work do 

Shingles, 85 M, at $4.25, A. E. Murray ,..' 

2 water taoks, at $50 do 

1 well-boring machine do 



Sheet lead and tile pipe, F. R. Jackes & Co. 
Tinsmith, plumbing and hardware do 



Iron beds, 12, at $15, Thomas H. Scott 
Wool mattresses, 12, at $6.50 do 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



40 16 
52 49 
36 20 



403 48 
33 25 
17 55 
63 01 



5,850 00 

205 60 

161 00 

169 05 

40 00 

21 00 

18 00 



63 70 

,492 78 

450 00 

3 15 



60 00 

35 00 

132 00 

315 30 

389 68 

246 27 

680 00 

74 75 

48 00 

40 00 

35 00 

70 00 

80 00 

766 18 



165 00 

132 00 

22 67 



161 00 
25 15 
45 50 

376 74 

361 25 
100 00 
275 00 



91 53 

154 86 



180 00 

78 00 



$ cts. 



$ etSc 



266 00 
48 00 
23 00 



128 85 



517 29 
29 90 



1,013 ©£ 



6,464 65 



2,999 63 



2,972 18 



319 67 
346 87 



608 39 

« 

736 25 
246 39 
258 00 



14,952 03 



1,013 04 



270 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Public Buildings— Manitoba. 



Brought forward. 



Stony fountain Penitentiary — Continued. 

1 walnut bedroom set, M. Hughes 

Mattresses, 2, at $7 
Bed lounge 

1 walnut sideboard 

2 tables and 9 chairs 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Carpets, Hudson Bay Co 

Castings for cells, 2,912, at 12£c 
do 2,500, at 8c. 

do 985, at 10c. 

Hardware for cells 
Labor, 8 days, at $5 ; 24 days, at $4 
do 19 hours, at 80c. ; 12 hours, at 72£c. 



Waterous Engine Works 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Sail duck, 235 yd3., at 64c, R. J. Whitla. 



Freight on same 



do 



Foreman, 258 days, D. Farquharson 

Masons, 60 days, at $4, and 42 days, at $3.50 

Carpenters, 576 days, at $3, and 454 days, at $2.75. 

Limeburners, 12 days, at $2 ; 16 days, at $2.50 

Stonecutter, 48 days, at $3.50 

Wood, 50 cords, at $3.60, Robert Bell 

do 302 do 3.60, Wm. Vincent 

do 100 do 3.60, D Lillies 

Coal, 45 tons, at $11, J. G. Hargraves 



Roofing penitentiary with actinolite cement, 51| yds., at $9, 

J. James & Co 

Value of cement, J. James & Co 



Glass supplied, C. F. Stevens & Co 

Lumber, 23,800 ft., at $11, Dick, Banning & Co 

Sashes, Brown & Rutherford 

Repairing closets, F. R Jackes 

Iron castings and hardware, Vulcan Iron Co., Man. 

Sewer pipe, J. P. Adamson 

Plumbing, Smart <fe Co 

Repairing urinals, American Plumbing Co 

Electric bells. Jas. Yuill , 

Freight, Intercolonial Railway Co 

Oats, 550 bush , at 55c, N. Bawlf 

Teamster, 50 days, at $2 - 

Travelling expenses, D. Smith 

Clerk of Works, 15 days, at $2.50, R. Kenway 



Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 
Total, Stony Mountain Penitentiary 



Winnipeg Drill Hall :— 

Murray & McDonald, estimate to June 13, 1885 

Less — 10 per cent, retained as drawback 



Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Photos, S. C* McLaughlin.... 

Architect's advance for services, G. W. Stewart ... 
Clerk of Works, 8 months, at $100, J. B. Gauvreau. 

do 1 month, at $125, D. Smith 

do 1 do 100, Chas. Burgess.... 

do 1 do 85, P. Martel 

Advertising, $90.34; Queen's Printer, $5.13 , 



Less — Contributed by Winnipeg Corporation. 
Carried forward , 



$ cts. 



70 00 
14 00 
20 00 
40 00 
55 00 



364 00 
200 00 

98 50 
242 65 
136 00 

23 90 



150 40 
7 45 



180 00 

1,087 20 

360 00 

495 00 



466 29 

72 00 

111 16 

261 80 

26 60 

36 59 
515 00 

92 70 

23 15 

60 85 

39 25 

7 50 

302 50 

100 00 

480 91 

37 50 



11,594 28 
1,164 28 

10 00 

9 80 

370 00 

800 00 

125 00 

100 00 

85 00 

95 47 



$ cts. 



14,992 03 



$ cts. 



1,013 04 



199 00 
162 50 



1,065 05 



157 85 
1,188 50 

387 00 

2,976 50 

64 00 

168 00 



2,122 20 



538 29 



2,095 51 
5,000 62 



31,077 05 



10,430 00 



12,025 27 
4,025 27 



8,000 00 
40,090 09 



ii 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



271 



Public Buildings — Manitoba. 



Brought forward., 



Winnipeg:— Lieutenant-Governor 1 ** Residence : — 



Building ice house, as per contract, J. E. Gelly 

do 270 ft. of sidewalk, at $1 do 

Sodding lawn tennis ground, 800 yds., at 25c, W, F. Lee. 

Piping for sewer do 

Ditching, 1,027 It , at 12c. do . 

Grading roadway, 1,027 ft. by 30 ft., at 15c. do . 

Gravel, 230 c yds., at $3.25 do . 

Soddinpr, 252 yds., at 20c. do . 

Tile surface, 50 yds , at 50c, do . 

•Foreman, 17$ days, at $3 50 do . 

Man and team, 39| do 5 00 do 

Labor, 173 do 1.75 do . 



Hardware, F. R. Jackes. 

Cresting, 199 ft , at 69c. do 

Labor. 50$ hours, at 60c. do 
Plumbing do 



Stone, 9 cords, at $14.50, Rouike & Cass. 
Brick, 2 M, at $12 do 

Lime, 162 bush , at 30c do 

Sand and gravel, 17 loads do 

Broken stone, 5 c. yds., at $3 do 

Ventilators, 4, at $1 50 do 



Eave trough conductor, Mulholland Bros . 
Hardware do 



Hardware and fittings for conservatory, Jos. Mott 

Lumber supplied, Jno. R. Ennis 

Advance on account of furniture, Hon. J. C. Aikins 

Stairs and sashes for conservatory, Paterson & Mitchell 
Painting porch do 

Galvanized iron do 

Scantling and woodwork do 



Glazing roof, 504 ft., at 40c, Grant & Co. 

do 583 do 15c do 

Painting, 305 yds , at 25c do 

Glazing, figured observatory glass do 



Plastering, Cyr & Son ,. 

Grass seed, R. R. Keith & Co 

Foreman, $204 ; masons, $158.75 .... 
Carpenters, $240 ; laborers, $217.25. 



Clerk of Works, 1 month, at $100, J. B. Gauvreau. 



Winnipeg Custom Home: — 

Trench drain, 240 ft., at 75c, J. E. Gelly '.... 

Concrete floor, 273^ yds, at $1.35 do 

Trench pipe for drain, 383 ft, W. F. Lee 

Painting and kalsomining, 1,047 yds., Grant & Co 

Shingles, Boyd & Crowe 

Nails, bolts and locks, Mulholland Bros 

Plumbing, at 60c per hour, F. R. Jackes 

I desk, S. N Adler, and freight on same 

Carpenters, $209; bricklayer, $16 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



5,885 00 
'270 00 

200 00 

166 72 

123 24 

154 05 

747 50 

50 40 

25 00 

61 25 

198 75 

302 73 



90 10 

137 31 

30 30 

42 09 

130 50 
24 00 
48 60 
35 00 
15 00 
6 00 



51 75 
11 49 



384 93 
35 00 
25 50 
74 02 

201 60 
87 45 
76 25 
10 00 



362 75 
457 25 



$ cts. 



3,155 00 



2,029 64 



299 80 



259 10 



63 24 

230 09 

32 98 

500 00 



519 45 



375 30 

155 00 

31 50 



820 00 
100 00 



180 00 

369 00 

198 50 

169 11 

45 77 

7 85 

15 50 

85 00 

225 00 



$ cts. 



40,090 0$ 



8,5ft 1<* 



1,295 73 
49,956 92 



272 



A7DIT0R GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



12 



Public Buildings— Manitoba. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 






49,956 9Z 


Winnipeg: Parliament Buildings : — 

Total contract oa main building, J. E Gelly 


74,176 50 
72,676 50 


1,500 00 
1,500 00 

3,000 00 

2,608 75 

8,508 75 
7,750 00 

357 60 

214 88 
50 83 
10 00 

193 00 

1,708 33 

107 00 
103 22 
465 00 


Less — Amount paid in previous years 








Total contract for south wing, J. E. Gelly 

Less — Amount paid in previous years , 


41,909 24 
40,409 24 

212 00 
225 00 
335 00 
150 00 
1,125 00 
58 00 

215 00 
275 00 
405 00 




Extras on contract, as follows : — 

Excavation, 1,060 yds., at 20c, J. E. Gelly... 
Making tile drain, 90 days, at $2.50 do 
Freight on rubble stone, 67 cars, at $5 do 
Extra work on 150 piles, at $1 do 
Laying brick, 225,000, at $5 per M. do 
Galvanizing iron roof, 116 yds., at 50c. do 
Difference of price per day paid — 

Mason, 2i5 days, at $1 do 
Stonecutter, 550 days, at 50c. do 
Carpenters, 810 days, at 50c. do 


* 


Drain, 120 feet, 16 feet in depth, per contract do 1 
Kalsomining Parlt. Bdgs., 8, 176 yds , at 25c. do 
Graining do 153 do 75c. do 
One centre piece do 

Total contract for fencing and grading, Rourke & Cass 

Decorating panels on ceiling, 6, at $25, Grant & Co 


325 00 

2,044 00 

114 75 

25 00 

" 160*00 

136 00 

42 00 

25 50 

5 00 




do walls, 45, at $3 do 




do window caps, 21, at $2 do 
















Labor, 75i hours, at 60c, American Plumbing Co 


45 30 
27 50 
67 84 
74 24 








2 large reflectors, at $33.92 do 




Plumbing material do 




Repairs to tower, F. R, Jackes & Co 






Hauling and cleaning stoves, D. Smith , 






Foreman, 6 days, at $3.50 


21 00 
95 00 
77 00 




Man and team, 19 days, at $5 

Labor, 44 days, at $1.75 




Clerk of Works, 2 months, at $100, A. Berthiaume 


200 00 
500 00 
625 00 
1C0 00 
283 33 

100 00 
7 00 




do 5 do 100, Charles Burgess 




do 5 do 125, D. Smith 




do 1 do 100, J. B. Gauvreau 




de 3J do 85, P. Martel 




Clerk at Winnipeg Dominion Bdgs., 1 month, F. X. Saucier 








Engineer's travelling expenses, John Drysdale , 






Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government ....... 


6,600 00 
2,980 00 


19,468 61 


Powder Magazine: — 

Rourke & Cass, Contractors- 
Total amount of contract 


2,620 00 
200 00 


Lass — Amount paid in 1883-84 








Clerk of Works, 2 months, at $100, J. B. Gauvreau 










2,820 OG 






Carried forward 


72,245 43 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



2?3 



Public Buildings— Manitoba. 



Brought forward. 



Winnipeg Post Office: — 

J. B. Gelley, Contractor — 

Total estimate to 17th June, 1885 

Less— 10 per cent, retained as drawback 

Shingling temporary Post Office, 51 squares, at $6.50. 

Zinc, 230 pieces, at 3c 

Laying same 



Sewer pipe, 100 ft., at $1.50, 

Trench pipe, 90 do 0.60 

do 80 do 50 

do 90 do 40 

do 80 do 0.30 



W. 



F. Lee. 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Hinges, bolts and screws, Mulholland Bros... 

Lumber supplied, Alex. Black 

Legal expenses, Aikins, Culver & Hamilton 

Night watch 

Carpenters 

Laborers , 



Glerk of Works, 12 months, at $100, Jos. Tasse, sr. 



do 
do 

Asst. do 



6 

3f 

1 



do 
do 
do 



100, Chas. Burgess. 

85, P. Martel 

50, T. Bulmer 



Clerk of Works, 6 months, at $125, D. Smith. 
do travelling expenses do 



Clerk at Winnipeg Dominion Buildings, at $100 per month 

P. X. Saucier 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 

Queen's Printer * 

Advertising 



Total, Public Buildings— Manitoba 



cts. 



66,986 25 
6,696 25 


331 50 
6 90 
5 00 



150 00 
54 00 
40 00 
36 00 
24 00 



15 00 

107 25 

49 50 



1,200 00 

600 00 

311 67 

50 00 



750 00 
13 00 



$ cts. 



60,290 00 



343 40 



304 00 

8 05 

23 91 

8 00 



171 75 



2,161 67 



763 00 

193 00 

62 60 

3 22 

488 52 



$ cts. 



72,245 4a 



60,633 40 



4,187 72- 
137,066 55 



3—18** 



274 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1834-5. 



II 



Public Bnildings— N.W.T. 



Building* Generally— N.W.T. :— 

Repairs to residence of Judge Rouleau — 
Spruce posts, 179, McDonald & Sully.. . 
Lumber, 22,210 ft., Moore & McDonald. 
Freight on lumber do 

Shingles, 16,000, at $8 50 do 



Scantling, A. McDonald 

Freight on same do 



Labor, sand and lime, A. Williscroft 

Paint, varnish and hardware, Sam'l Johnson 
Freight on do do 



Wallpaper, Wm. Saunders 

Carpenter, 142^ days, at $3.50, L. Marchand 

Labor, 90 days, at $2 , 

Drawing lumber 



Total, paid to Judge Rouleau. 
Less— Advanced in 1883-84 



Repairs to Regina Court Hou3e, Thos. Barton.. 

Sashes for do Williams & Murphy 

Building Examining Warehouse and stables, Thos. Barton. 
Less— Amount paid in 1883-84 



Building picket fence about Regina P.O., N. Milette 

Extras for base boards on fence do 

Lumber, 8,035 ft. do , 

Shingles, 5,250, at $4.50 per M. do 

Paint, 56 lbs., at 12$c. do 

Hardware, glass, and sand paper do 

Felt paper and canvas for roof do 

Two galvanized iron doors, at $15 do 

Carpenters, mason and laborer do 



Express for Regina Public Buildings, Dominion Express Co 

Telegrams. Canada Mutual Telegraph Co , 

Clerk of Works, i month, at $100.00, A. F. Berthiaume 



do 10 do 

Hotel expenses, 35 days, at 

do 12 do 

Travelling expenses 
Inspector, 12 months to June ] 
Hotel expenses, 57 days, at $5 
Travelling expenses 



125.00, Wm. Henderson 

2.00 do 

2.50 do 

do 

1885, S. E. St. O, Chapleau 
do 
do 



$ cts. 



1,128 78 

48 00 

136 00 

48 42 
44 00 



303 65 
161 95 



$ cts. 



222 51 
23 63 
70 00 
94 87 
93 75 
30 00 

316 20 



Lees— Amount paid in 1883-84. 



Advertising. $113.19 ; Queen's Printer, $11.78 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 

Battleford Indian Office- 
Hardware and glass, Mahaffy & Clinkskill 

Painting and whitewashing 

Lumber 

Teaming, M. Elliott 

Carpenters, 39 days in all 



Dominion Lunatic Asylum or Hospital : — 

Total amount of contract, J. E. Gelley & Co 

Less— 10 per cent, retained as drawback. 



Brick delivered, 50 M at $17, Martin & Betteridge 
Less— Amount retained as drawback.. 



Carried forward. 



122 64 



1,312 78 



92 42 
28 00 



465 60 
131 79 
499 00 
180 00 
101 01 

2,933 24 
600 00 



57 75 

72 00 



1,135 00 
567 50 

545 60 
24 00 



850 96 



500 00 
285 00 
534 20 



3,987 04 
397 04 



850 00 
80 00 



1,250 00 

70 00 

30 00 

568 20 



1,319 20 
68 82 



53 95 
34 00 
36 69 
3 00 
112 62 



3,590 00 
770 00 



$ cts. 



2,433 24 

129 75 
567 50 



1,420 56 

28 40 

111 20 

100 00 



1,918 20 



1,250 38 

124 97 

9 lO 



240 26 



4,360 00 



12,693 56 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



2*75 



Pnblic Bnildings— N.W.T. 



Brought forward. 



Medicine Hat, Immigrant Shed :— 

Paid od contract to June 3 >, M. P Zindord 

Legal expenses, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Photos, S. C McLaughlin 

Clerk of works, 38 days, at $3, Edward McCoskrie 
Telegrams do 



cts. 



Queen's Printer. 
Advertising 



Calgary, Immigrant Shed : — 

Paid on contract to June 30, M. P. Zindord 

Legal services, Hon J. Armstrong 

Clerk of works, 4 mos. at $90, Edward McCoskrie. 
Hotel expenses, 19^ days, $2 do 

Travelling expenses do 



.Ve« Jails and Lock Cps : — 

ftegina Court House and Jail — 

Stone, 1,454^ tons (or 14£ tons per car) at $75 per car, 

F. J. Howies , 

Freight on the above stone at $10 per car 

Office furniture, Jas. H. Ashdown 

Fittings, C. W. Thornton 

Painting, F. M. Grapper 

Laying carpets, Thos. Barton 

Stove fixings, Smith & Ferguson , 

do fittings, J. W. Smith 

Blacksmith work, R. G. Gordon 

Lumber, J. A. McCaul 

Water pot, Wm. McCormack 

Digging trench, A. Corrington , 

Tin plates, J. K. Riddall... 

Firewood, S. A. Clark.. 

Cleaning windows, Chas. Hall 

Photos, S. C. McLaughlin 

Travelling expenses, ;). Smith 

Queen's Printer, for Regina Jail , 

Advertising, for Regina Court House , 



Advertising, for Prince Albert Court House 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 



Qn'Appelle Immigrant Station : — 

Lumber, Thomson & Nelson 

Hardware do 

Office furniture do 

Carpenter, 5 days, at $2.75, Thomson & Nelson., 

do 39 days, at $2.50, do 
Teaming 



Total, Public Buildings— N.W.T. 



114 00 
3 49 



360 00 
39 00 
80 55 



7,523 28 
1,003 10 

19 75 
7 25 

10 00 
16 00 

178 75 

112 35 

5 00 

11 52 
1 75 
4 25 

10 50 
1 25 

20 90 
14 80 
19 30 
10 34 
50 14 



15 90 
9 80 



13 75 

97 50 
2 20 



$ cts. 



5,540 00 
5 00 
1 35 



117 49 

2 59 

83 55 



4,400 00 
5 00 



479 55 



$ cts. 



12,693 56 



5,749 



4,884 55 



9,020 23 
25 70 



9,045 93 



72 48 

26 78 

137 35 



113 45 



350 06 



3_18£** 



276 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



If 



5= . — , 

Public Buildings— British Columbia 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


— = — -a 

$ CtSi 


STanaimo Post Office : — 

Furniture and repairs, as per contract, G. H. Frost 

do for Savings Bank do 


1,197 00 

350 00 

315 50 

113 00 

39 50 


2,015 00 
115 50 

135 50 

96 00 
46 00 

276 00 
826 74 

18,543 62 
931 18 
141 01 

152 84 

681 00 




Blinds in basement do 




Fencing in yard do 

Work on stairs do 








Stoves. 4, at $14 50, W. Wilson 


58 00 
57 50 

16 50 

17 50 
15 50 

18 00 
68 00 

50 00 
14 00 
32 00 




Stove fittings do 




Chairs, 6, at $2 75, M. Manson - 

Linoleum, 14 yds., at $1.25 do 




One damask curtain do , 




Desk stools, 3, at $6 do 




Furniture and fittings do 

Office tables, 4, at $12.50, J. Sehl 

do 2 do 7.00 do 




Office chairs, 4 do 8.00 do 








Lime- washing fence, H. Chambers , 

Pure gum, 24 lbs., at $1.25 do 


16 00 
30 00 










20 00 

240 00 

16 00 




New safe delivered , J. J. Taylor 

Placing safe in office, J. T. O'Brien. 








Two office lamps, John Hibbert , 


22 00 
35 00 

116 87 
14 67 
59 40 

250 00 

19 00 

9 80 

300 00 

17,493 00 
4 00 
120 00 
69 50 
500 00 
182 12 
170 00 








Linoleum, 77^ yds., at $1.50, John Weiler , 




Freight and wharfage, Johnson & Co 




Freight and express, Canadian Express Co 

Loss of time, work suspended by Department, Smith & Clark 

Legal services, Drake & Jackson 

Advertising 

Supt. of Nanaimo Post Office, 3 months, at $100, J. Pawson 

Jtew Westminster Penitentiary : — 

Amount of contract for 32 new cells, Chas. Haywaid 

One padlock do 


3,510 U 


Two brick chimneys do 




One tank in attic do 

Asphalt roofiog over Warden's quarters do 




Repairs to old cells do * 




Labor fixing 13 iron girders do 








Repairs to dining room, De Be'ck Bros 

Lumber, 80,000 ft. do 


83 08 
848 10 

34 00 

107 01 




Cotton duck, 102 yds, at 33§c, Jas. Cunningham 

Iron pipes for heating apparatus do 




Blacksmithing, W. Blackie 


39 47 
73 37 

40 00 




Hardware do 




Ironwork do 




33 padlocks, Arthur Vipond 






Plumbing and piping, E.S Scoullar 

Iron bedsteads, 32, at $15, Thos. Ovens 


111 51 

480 00 

85 00 

165 00 

38 40 

2 50 

88 79 

2 50 

145 50 




Fixing 32 locks and work on old locks, W. R. Lewis 

Iron girders, Albion Iron Works 




Iron rods, Spiers & Beaton 




One padlock, E. G. Prior r 




Spikes and nails, C. McDonough 




One scythe, J. H. Please 




Carpenter work, 48$ days, at $3, F. Harrison 








Carried forward „ 


1,119 20 


20,449 65 


3,510 74 



n 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



277 



Public Buildings -British Columbia. 



Brought forward 



New Westminster Penitentiary — Continued. 
Lumber, 274 ft., at 10c , Dominion Saw Mill. 

Drayage, W. B. Townsend 

Freight, steamer *' Princess Louise" 

Team and carting, H. Elliott 



Advertising 

Carriage hire, J. W. Trutch. 
do Geo. Winter . 

Hotel expenses, 26 days, at $ 
Travelling expenses 



>, P. C. Gamble, Engineer. 
do 



Superintendent of Works, 5 months, at $100, Henry Hay. 

New Westminster Post Office:— 

Three additional stone steps, Ohas. Hayward 



One cut stone arch do 

Sixteen iron gratings do 

Digging drain do 

Iron bracings for roof do 

Extra 2 ft. of 24 x 9 cut stone do 

Providing and fixing 4 soot boxes do 

Legal expenses, Drake & Jackson 



Vancouver Quarantine Station : — 

Amount of contract, Chas. Howard, 
Extra amount for gutters do 



Carriage hire, Victoria Transfer Co 
Advertising 



Total, Public Buildings, British Columbia. 



$ cts. 



1,119 20 



27 40 

2 50 
6 10 

3 25 



5 00 
9 00 



130 00 
31 25 



100 00 
50 00 
16 00 
10 00 
50 00 
20 00 
12 50 



7,973 00 
130 50 



10 50 
5 98 



$ cts. 



20,449 65 



1,158 45 
109 13 



14 00 



161 25 
500 00 



258 50 
10 00 



8,103 50 
16 48 



$ cts. 



3,510 74 



22,392 48 



268 5© 



8,119 98 



34,291 70 



Note. — The item of $703.17, for balance of purchase of High Commissioner's house, charered on 
page 308 of the Public Accounts, will be found in this Report under Miscellaneous Public Works 
under which head it was voted. 



278 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Public Buildings Generally. 



JPnblic Bnildings Generally : — 

Brantford Post Office, Stamp Vendor's office, John Henry. 

Cobourg Post Office, tubing, Goodyear Rubber Oo... v 

Kingston Post Office, newspaper bunks, J. Jenkins 

do furniture do 



London Post Office, fittings, John Christie 

do extras for additional work, John Christie... 



Less— Amount paid, 1883-84 

Three Rivers Post Office, heating apparatus, Hydro-Caloric 



Co. 



Less— Amount retained as drawback 



Antigonish Post Office, labor, John McDonald, 
do lumber do 

do stationery do 



do 



fence erected, F. Cunningham. 



Moncton Post Office, 600 post office boxes, at $1.80, Peters 

Combination Lock Co ,. 

Less — Amount paid, 1883-84 



Montague Post Office, Architect, D. Stirling.. 
do do Jas. Nelson 



Pictou, N.S., Post Office, legal services. Hon. J. Armstrong 
Portland Post Office, 18 months' rent, R. Visart de Bury.... 
St. John, N.B., Custom House, legal services, Hon. J. Arm- 
strong 

Sussex Post Office, desks and chairs, Ross & McPherson... 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



$ cts. 



2,589 00 
402 7i 



cts. 



595 00 
2 20 



2,991 71 
2,300 00 



832 00 
132 00 



94 87 
48 56 
18 00 



carpets and wall paper, John S. Trites 

brooms, W. D. McKay 

hauling gravel, J. McKenzie 

double windows, G. Fairweather 

one axe, A. Noble 

repairs, Wisdom & Fish 

Architect, 3 per cent, on $18,224.45, G. B. 

Fairweather 

do 60 visits, at $8, G.E. Fairweather 
telegrams do 



Total.... 
Less— Paid, 1883-84. 



Cotton furnished, H. D. Richard 

FramiDg pictures, John Wilson 

Chemicals, H. Watters 

Photos, Burland Lithographic Co 

do S. C. McLaughlin 

Letter-boxes, L. Turcott ,. 

do E. Chanteloup 

Telegrams, Great North- Western Telegraph Co 

do Canada Mutual 

French crayon paper, R. P. Smith 

Stationery for the Minister of Public Works, A. Bureau 
Envelopes, 5,000, for enclosing special plans do 

Dating stamp, Pritchard & Mingard 

Legal services, Hon. J.Armstrong , 

do L. R. Harrison 

Express, Canadian Express Co , 

Labor, at $1 per day, Jos. Bedard 



Carried forward. 



546 72 

480 00 

5 54 

1,032 26 
938 87 



161 43 
8 00 



1,080 00 
800 00 


25 50 
20 50 



108 00 

85 03 

4 01 

1 50 

28 00 

1 25 

70 00 



93 39 



55 14 

26 75 
37 59 
35 00 

9 75 

34 75 

9 60 

348 32 

52 18 

73 00 

512 50 

275 00 

11 50 

10 00 

27 45 
10 85 
26 00 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



219 



Public Buildings Generally. 



Brought forward. 



Public Building*? Generally. — Continued. 

Dominion architect, hotel expenses, 26 days, at $3.50, T. 
Fuller 

do travelling expenses, T. Fuller 



Less — Advance 



do 
do 



Advance to be accounted for 

Architect, 12 months, J. P. M. Lecourt. 

Service procuring 0. S. Exam. Building, Jas. Nelson . 
Photos of Government Building do 

Services procuring C. S. Exam. Building, D. B. Dick. 

Engineer, 7 months, at $90, John Drysdale 

do travelling expenses do 



Clerk of Works, 286 days, at $3.50, John Shearer.... 
do travelling expenses do .... 

Inspector of "Works, 128 days, at $2.00, Abel Huot. 
do 92 do 3.25 do 



Travelling expenses, Sir H. Langevin 

do A. Gobeil (advance) 

do D. E. Ewart 

do Wm. Curran 

do J. W. H. Watts 

do E. Bance 

do O. Dionne 

do A. G. Kingston (advance) 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 

Stationery Office 

Qneen's Printer 

Advertising 



Total, Public Buildings Generally. 



cts. 



91 00 
103 46 



$ cts. 



194 46 
100 00 



8 00 
10 50 



630 00 

72 40 



1,001 00 
31 50 



256 00 
299 00 



39 25 

22 00 

320 55 

203 85 

173 32 

42 10 

26 60 

50 00 



846 69 
515 00 
163 99 



$ cts. 



4,929 00 



94 46 

200 00 

2,000 00 



18 50 
2 00 



702 40 

1,032 50 

555 00 



877 57 

4,182 07 



1,525 68 
16,119 18 



280 



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DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



281 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating. 



Brought forward, total of page 280., 



Ottawa Buildings— Continued. 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $90, Thos. Pruneau 

Assistant Clerk of Works, 365 days, at $?.50, J. M. Ross. ... 
Foreman carpenter, 322 do 3 00, J. H. Ellis 

do mason, 319 do 3.00, Auclair ... 

do painter, 313 do 2 50, J. H. Derenzy 



Clerk, 

2 Timekeepers., 



365 



do 2.25, J. D. Gareau. 



Travelling expenses, Thos. Pruneau. 
do J. H. Ellis 



General Repair Staff- 
Clerk and Draughtsman, 12 months, Wm. King 

do 12 do E. B. Godwin 

Foreman engineer, 12 do Wm. Smith 

2 assistant engineers 

Pipefitter and smith, 5 months, at $70, and 7 months 

at $75, M. Wbalen ... 

3 Plumbers, at $65. $55 and $55 

2 Bellhangers, at $55 and $45.62 

Helpers 

Patternmaker, at $45.62, Wm Ferguson 

Caretaker of machines, at $45.62, J. Ferguson 

2 Clerks 

Water closet attendants , 

Night watchman 

Engiaeers for electric light 

Laborers 



Furniture and carpets, L Gratton , 

do Shoolbred & Co. 
do Jacob Erratt 

Carpets, O'Doherty A Co 

Oil cloth and matting, A. D. Richard... 

Furniture, Harris & Campbell 



E Morel 

Morel <fe Gagnon 

A. Ashfield 

Wm. Millions 

and book rack, Wm. Hill 

F. Giasson , 

L. des Varennes 

and shelving, A. Joubarne..- 

J. B St. Laurent . 

M. Thibault 

and pine rollers, A. Joleand 

Wm Odell 

Mail room for Marine Department, J. R Vincent 
Furniture do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do Wm. Palen , 

do P. Marier 

do S. Skinner , 

do Edward Palen , 

do S. Chatillon 

do L Russell 

Building pump house, as per contract, John Stewart 

do ice house do 



Packing boxes, Ed. St. Pierre. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



N. Charrier. 
U. Landrie 

R. Page 

P. Dionne., 
G. Gareau . 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



150 00 
354 12 



850 00 
13+ 90 



$ cts. 



1,080 00 
912 50 
966 00 
957 00 
782 50 
821 25 

1,323 50 



25 50 

1 50 



1,200 00 

900 00 

1,020 00 

1,652 feO 

875 00 

2,060 00 

1,197 44 

3,675 29 

547 44 

547 44 

1,427 64 

2,225 (0 

547 44 

484 11 

509 75 

2,622 50 
2,525 60 
1,326 75 

238 80 

1,030 45 

2,115 45 

1,079 20 

1,168 CO 

486 50 

227 00 

183 00 

1,357 48 

750 68 

358 75 

154 57 

559 50 

405 v3 

15 00 



504 12 
151 00 
24 00 
21 00 
10 00 
55 00 
30 00 



984 90 
302 75 
209 69 
28 80 
215 05 
160 80 
106 80 



$ cts. 



30,827 60 



6,842 75 



18,869 44 



5S a 566 8» 



282 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Repairs, Fnrniture and Heating. 



Brought forward 



Buildings — Continued. 
Packing boxes, Jules Michaud 

do S. C. Champagne 

do and furniture, Askwith & Neville 

Furniture and carpenter work, W. Truman 

Picture frames, Jas. Wilson & Co 

One clock, A. Rosenthal 

do S. Laporte 

Clocks, A. Chatfield 

Repairing clock in tower do 



Repairing clock, Jno. Leslie 

do E. Kenly 

One clock, A. J. Routh 

Thermometers and microscopes, C. Potter. 

Ladders, G. Lachapelle * 

Wood turning, D. Stury 

Scales, Fairbank & Co 

Patent valves, Jenkins Bros 



Repairing tents, International Tent Co. 
Carpets and cotton, Emmanuel Tasse .... 

Carpets, Richard Palmer 

Linoleum, Dupuis & Nolin 

do J. Hamel et freres 

Flannel, Russell Forbes & Co 

do Russell Gardner & Co 

Cotton, S. &. H. Borbridge.. 

do H. Hinds 



Hardware, E. G. Laverdure 

Roofiog (men's time) do 



Smith work for different Departments, Geo. Bailey 

Iron castings, post office boxes, gas fixtures, E, Chanteloup 

Locks and hinges, Jno. Cuzner 

Iron girders and repairing boiler, McBride & Co 

Hardware and iron piping, Jos. R. Esmonde 

Hardware, Tbos. Birkett 

Gas fixtures and stove, H. G. Roche 

Iron castings and gas fixtures, Garth & Co 

Iron castings, Stewart & Fleck 

38 fire extinguishers and repairs, G. C. Reiffenstein 

Isolated lighting apparatus and dynamo brushes, Edison 

Electric Co » 

Electric light fixtures, Bergman & Co 

One stove boiler, Jno. McDougall , 

Electric apparatus, Mitchell, Vance & Co 

Hardware, Blyth & Kerr 

Gas cook stove, taps and thermometers, Geo. R. Prowee ... 

Iron piping, Thos Robertson 

Iron valves, Robt. Mitchell... 

One blast nozzle, L. Schutte ...... 

Locks, Miller Lock Co 

Hardware, H. Meadows 

Valves and gas cocks, Jas. Morrison , , 

Inspecting boilers, Boiler Inspection Co 

Galvanized iron and tinsmithing, A. Foisy .-. 

Iron girders, and repairing boilers, W. J. Campbell 

Wire rope, Jno. Roebling & Son 

Street lamps, Bartlet Street Lamp Co 

Gas igniters, New Yoik Electric Co 

Charcoal, 53 bush , at 17c, Alex. Tallifer 

Removing stoves, D. Taylor 

do boiler, A. Villeneuve 



$ cts. 



45 75 
55 00 



295 34 
1,044 15 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



19,409 07 



£8 00 

24 00 

528 50 

200 00 

113 55 

10 00 

io oa 



100 75 

4 00 

3 75 

37 00 

67 00 

27 60 

106 53 

9 00 

35 23 



374 50 
194 88 

33 73 
219 75 
201 25 

14 75 

4 30 
3 00 

5 90 



1,339 49 
3,447 06 
985 42 
347 76 
611 97 
541 91 
703 77 
It. 2 04 
356 90 
5^0 91 
177 86 

535 58 

24 00 

948 00 

194 79 

372 96 

99 75 

307 36 

99 00 

52 00 

54 CO 

252 18 

171 28 

150 00 

174 39 

79 85 

7 70 

155 93 

35 00 

9 01 

6 00 

15 00 



$ cts. 



56,566 8C 



20,743 98 



1,052 06 



12,998 87 



78,362 84 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



283- 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating-. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta. 




12,993 87 

91 31 

7 90 
12 60 


78,362 84 


Ottawa Buildings — Continued. 

Wheelbarrows, Frothingham & Workman 




Insulators, Bell Telephone Oo. ! , 










1? 110 68 




1,011 3t 

2,960 99 

4,054 40 

344 53 

429 13 

137 87 

392 87 

34 20 

47 50 

292 62 




Painting, paints and glass, Wm. Howe 






do paints, glass, varnish and oils, J. B. A rial 






do McKay & Son 






Oil, varnish and spirits, Jno Roberts 






Painting, Jos. Archambault 






Painting, Thomas K^aough , 






Paints, R. C. Jamieson , 

Painting and tinting, Geo. Philbert 






do John Shepherd 










9,705 45 


Lumber, T. W. Currier , 


1,636 50 
425 00 
202 31 
129 95 
45 00 
41 40 
710 92 

621 50 

24 00 

25 00 
7 57 

153 53 
186 76 

40 25 

44 38 
237 00 
207 00 
293 40 
106 00 

67 50 
593 24 
405 18 
538 63 
110 15 
100 00 

13 37 

4 00 

12 00 

41 25 
129 40 

19 28 
28 35 
35 30 

68 95 
6 50 

112 35 
6 00 
3 60 
6 45 

2 50 

6 60 

3 50 
3 00 

177 32 
215 25 

7 50 
344 40 

45 35 

5,C53 31 


do H. Bulmer , ; , 






do and planing same, H. Derouin 






do Perley and Pattee 






do and paint, Geo. Jenkins 






do 0. Popham 






do E. B. Eddy 






6mos. rent, $600; carpenters' risk, $21.50, Bank of Ottawa. 
Marble slabs, P. Marrier 




3,191 08 






Carved panels, Holbrook & Mollington , 






Chemicals, C. 0. Dacier 






Street sprinkling, Ottawa Corporation , 






Opal glasses, Gleason Manufacturing Co 






Art tiles, J. Lowe , ,. 

Reflecting glasses, Guilbert & Martin 

Tar, 40 brls., and 2 gas lamps, Ottawa Gas Co 










Cement, C. B. Wright 






Gravel and sand, Fergus O'Connor... . 






Asphalt paving, A. Fngan ,.... 






Masonry work, Ed. Burne 






do Jas. Mathews 






Slate, Rockland Slate Co...,. 

Fire-clay and plasW of Paris, McRae k Co 






Lime andstone, H Robillard 






Bricks, John Graham 






Asbestos, Fenwick & Slater 






Universal polish, Maxwell & Moore : 






Imperial do J. E Belford * 






Coal oil, C. S Shaw & Co 






do McColl Bros 






Rubber hose, Canada Rubber Co 






Matches, Kavanagh Bros....... 












Brooms and matches, H. H Brennan 






Chamber set, C. S. Shaw & Co 






Cleaning chimneys, Geo. Pouliot .... 






Sawdust, L. B. Hillman 






Rod tops, Gurney & Co , , 






f Ice, J. Christin 






Rags, A. Bedard , 






Tobacco, W. J. Irvine 












Freight and express 






Charwoman, 287 days, at 75c, M. De Beaumont 






Labor, A. Chouinard 

Travelling expenses, John Arnoldi. 






Changing locks on vault door, J. & J. Taylor 






Carried forward 


104,370 05 



284 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating. 



Brought forward 



Ottawa Building:* — Continued. 

Inspector, 3 mos., to Aug. 31, 1884, at $90, T. M. Blasdell. 

Messenger do at $40, Wm. Kipp 

Legal services, D. O'Connor 

Petty expenditure, John Harper 

Stationery Office 

Advertising 

Salaries at Ottawa, not chargeu to Civil Government 



Total, Ottawa Buildings, carried to page 292... 

Repairs and Furniture — Continued. 
Rideau Hall:— 

Clerk of Works, 12 months, at $90, Wm, Hutchison 
do extra work, 117 hrs., at 30c. do 

do scroll sawing do 



Forester, 12 months, at $45, Jas. Sorley 

Watchman, 365 days, at $1.50, Jas. Sleeman 

Acting watchman, 14 days, at $1.50, John Moore. 



Carpenters.. 

Laborers 

Gardeners 

Plasterers 

Bricklayers 

Upholsterers „ 

Firemen 

Carters 

Charwomen's wages .. 
do supplies 



Horse and cart, at $1.75 per day 

Man and team haymaking, 10£ days, at $5 
Manure, 345 loads, at 50c 



Foreman plumber, 78 days, at $2.75, Jos R. Esmonde 
Journeyman 158£ do 2.50 do 

Assistant 237| do 1.00 do 

do 62£ hours do 

Hardware, tinware and plumbing material do 



Hardware, H. Meadows 
1 stove do 



Stove fixings and pipes, A. Foisey. 

Hardware, Blyth & Kerr 

Rubber hose do 



Hardware and repairs, J. Hawken. 

Hardware, Thos. Birkett 

Drain pipes, McRae & Co .... 

Cutlery and crockery, S. Ashfield . 
Crockery, J. Norris.. 



$ cts. 



$ ets. 



1,080 00 
35 10 
14 15 



823 84 
69 02 



214 50 

396 25 

237 60 

23 53 



95 00 

20 GO 



463 98 
100 00 



Crockery and glassware, C. S. Shaw & Co 

Foreman painter, 252^ days, at $2.75, Wm. Howe 

Journeymen 630| do 2 50 do 

Paint, varnish and paper do 

Brussels carpet, 194J yds., at $1.40, Shoolbred & Co. 
Oil cloth do 

Carried forward , 



694 38 
1,576 87 



5,053 31 



270 00 
120 00 

11 00 
156 32 
155 30 

66 80 
699 65 



1,129 25 

540 00 

547 50 

21 00 



4,142 44 

4,916 50 

2,022 03 

20 00 

213 50 

112 00 

671 56 

604 50 



892 86 

190 73 

52 50 

172 50 



871 78 
787 39 



115 00 
99 95 



563 98 

52 00 

277 53 

432 60 

29 52 

52 75 



2,271 25 
1,195 50 



271 83 
42 50 



314 33 



$ ctg. 



104,370 05 



6,532 38 
110,902 43 



2,237 75 



13,595 39 
415 73 

1,659 IT 



1,623 33 
4,000 00 



3,466 75 



26,998 12 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



285 



Bepairs, Furniture and Heating;. 



Brought forward 



Repair* and Furniture — Continued. 
Rideau Hall— Continued. 

Carpet binding, and laying carpet, Shoolbred & Co. 

Tapestry curtaining, 37£ days, at $3 do 

Wool lining, 78£ yds., at 35c. do 

Carpet and curtain furnishings do 

Bedsteads, mattresses and pillowcases do 



Table cloths and cotton, A. D. Richard 

Towels do 

Napkins and cleaners do 

Baize, green and crimson do 

Wool carpets and oilcloths do 

Linen, pillowcases,towels and napkin3, 0' Doherty & Co 

Smyrna carpet, 73£ yds., W. F. Kronenberg 

Curtains, Oupuis & Nolin 

Sheets, 24, at $12.12 do 



Carpets, Emmanuel Tasse 

Sheets, 24, at $6 50 do 

do 24, at 2.94 do 

Pillowcases, 36, at $1.70 do 



$ cts.. 



Flags, International Tent Co 

Lumber supplied bv E. B. Eddy 

do f. W. Currier 

Furniture, Jacob Erratt 

Cedar posts, 315, at4$c, J. Oluff 

Block pavement, 33 yds., at $1.40, S. Woodland 

Rent of telephone, 6 mos 

Brick, 4,500, at $10 per M, J. Graham 

Lime, H. Robillard 

Filling ice house, per contract, Jno. Moore 

Cleaning ash pit3, 12 months, at $5, H. Sims 

Purchase of plants, Jno. Saul..... 

Acids and camphor, C. O. Dacier 

Street car tickets for workmen, and express 

Cab-hire, Jno. Arnoldi 

Travelling expenses with Gov.-General, Geo. Reid 

Advance in May, Geo. Reid 



156 00 
70 56 
61 20 



Advertising 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 



Total, Rideau Hall, carried to page 292. 



$ cts. 


3i4 33 


86 60 
112 50 
27 56 
48 83 
61 66 


187 80 
116 91 



49 50 
60 20 
71 75 



102 50 
290 88 



24 90 



287 76 



72 00 
100 00 



$ cts. 



26,998 12 



651 48 



486 16 
181 07 
394 20 



393 38 



312 66 
29 50 
516 81 
357 19 
68 00 
14 17 
46 20 
25 00 

45 00 
2 50 

46 00 
60 00 
77 35 
23 00 

107 85 
10 10 



172 00 

33 00 

245 71 

31,296 45 



Notb.— The difference, $336.98, between the totals for "Rideau Hall— Repairs and Furniture," 
shown on this page and page 309 of the Public Accounts, is made up of the following items, 
wrongly classified in the Public Accounts under " Ottawa Buildings " :— 

Dupnis & Nolin ...., $290 88 

T. W. Currier ,....; 36 00 

Jno. Arnoldi, cab hire 10 10 

$336 98 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 188-1-5. 



11 



Repairs, Furniture ami Healing. 



Repairs and Furniture — Continued. 
Public Buildings, Ontario : — 
Belleville Custom House — 

Rubber hose, R. Mitchell.... 
Office contingencies 



Brantford Post Office — 

Furniture, 0. Duncan, 

Plumbing aud labor do 

Cleaning well do 



Brantford Custom House — 

Oilcloth and carpets, C. Duncan 

Brockville Inland Revenue Building — 
Furniture, outlay by W. L. Hamilton. 

Cobourg Post Office — 

Cleaning and painting, H. Gillard.... 

Cornwall Post Office- 
Shovels and brooms 

Chatham Post Office- 
Furniture, Coltart & Neilson 

Charwoman's supplies 



Guelph Post Office- 
Contingencies , 

Guelph Custom House — 

Contingencies 

Kingston Custom House — 

Stove fixtures, Kilvert & Birch. 
Labor , 



Kingston Post Office— 

LeUer-boxes and smith work, Geo. Bailey. 
Repairs and contingencies 



Kingston Civil Service Examination Office- 
Rent of furniture 

Kingston Immigrant Shed- 
Repairing roof, Chown & Cunningham . 

Repairing interior, Jno. McMahon 

Painting, L. Savage. 

Stoves and masonry work, Power & Son 



London Custom House — 

Gas for clock for 15 months, Gas Company 
Lighting clock, 9 months do 

Repairs to building, Jno. Christie 

Furniture an 1 steamfitting 



Christie. 
do 



London Post Office- 
Repairs to roof, Jno. 
Altering steamfittings 

Linoleum, T. F. Kiugsmill 

Furniture, London Manufacturing Co. 

Steamfitting, J. Rogers 

Repairs, Jno. Christie 



London Immigrant Shed — 
Repairs, Jno. Christie. 



Ottawa, Supreme Court- 
Cleaning rooms, at 75c. per day.., 
Two Babcocks, G. C. Reiffenstein. 



Ottawa Post Office- 
Hardware, J. R. Esmonde, 
Repairs, E. G. Laverdure.. 
do H. G. Roche 



Carried forward 



cts. 



80 00 
12 85 


34 03 

38 35 

2 50 



52 25 
24 61 



14 95 
7 50 


122 32 
11 79 



17 96 
157 03 
239 98 
224 23 



200 00 
75 00 
12 60 
43 00 



200 00 
227 00 

50 50 

51 00 
38 75 
73 52 



98 25 
118 00 


6 50 

17 50 

6 95 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating. 



Brought forward , 

Repairs and Fnrnitnre— Continued. 

Public Buildings, Ontario— Continued. 
Ottawa, Indian A flairs — 

13 months' rent, at $760 a year, J. Durie 

1 year's rent, Horace Lee ... 

Street sprinkling, Ottawa Corporation... 



28T 



$ cts. 



Ottawa, Victoria Chambers — 

Rent, 9 months, at $1,100 a year, John Usborne. 

do 6 do 1,150 do 

Rooms, rent do 

Ottawa, Victoria Hall — 

Rent, 17£ months, at $400 a year, Trustees Victoria Hall. 

Ottawa Examining Warehouse — 

Repairs, P. Veale , 

Rent, 16 mos., to May 1, Egan Estate 



Ottawa Geological Museum- 
Painting. P Veale. , 

Street sprinkling, Ottawa Corporation 



Owen Sound Custom House — 

One safe, W. Keough 

Furniture, A. J. Oreighton, 
Wire screens, D. Miller 



823 34 

900 00 
8 80 



825 00 
575 00 
130 00 



St. Thomas Drill Shed- 
Removing fence, Farley & Gilbert 

Stratford Po?t Office- 
Contingencies 

Toronto Immigrant Shed — 

Whitewashing, 6,524 yds , at 2c, J. H. Knifton. 
Cleaning rooms do 



Toronto Inland Revenue Building — 
Storm sashes, Wilson & Howard, 
Furniture, J. Stewart 



Toronto Post Office- 
Postal bag rack, Postal Rack Co. 
Repairs, Thos. Pells 



Toronto, Assistant Receiver-General's Office- 
Drains, Wilson & Howard , 

Toronto Examining Warehouse — 

Rent of water lots, Toronto Corporation 

Floor in hoist, John Fenson ,.... ... 

Work performed, St. Lawrence Foundry Co 



378 42 
800 00 



218 26 
16 30 



175 00 
97 25 
13 00 



130 
22 


48 
00 


102 
28 


00 
00 



375 00 
63 34 



Toronto Civil Service Examination Office- 
Rent of rooms, R. A. Pyne 

Architect, D. tf. Dick 



Windsor Post Office — 

Repairs to drain and roof, T. Jones. 

Gasfiitiogs and labor 

Architect, Wm. Scott 



Total, Repairs to Public Buildings, Ontario.. 



245 75 

28 99 

115 33 



51 00 
15 00 



50 00 
21 13 
55 00 



page 292. 



$ cts. 
2,679 49 

1,732 14 

1,539 00 
583 33 

1,178 42 

234 56 

285 25 

28 00 

3 08 

152 49 

130 00 

438 34 
177 65 

390 0T 
166 00 

126 13 



9,834 94 



Note — The items above, for Indian Affairs, Victoria Chambers, and Victoria Hall will next 
year be classified under " Ottawa Buildings," as ihey are shown this year in the Public Accounts. 



233 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



n 



Repairs, furniture and Heating-. 



.Repair* and Fnrnitnre— Continued. 

Public Buildings, Quebec: — 
Hull Post Office- 
Constructing porch, J. Derouia, 

Labor, E. Nicholson 

Kindling wood .. , 



Montreal Custom House- 
Attendance on clock, 1 year, T. W. Wood. 

Repairs, Garth & Co i 

Fitting Messenger's room, M. Martin 

Architect, Jas. Nelson 



Montreal Post Office- 
Repairing clock, E. Chanteloup. 
Altering clock dials do 
Attending clock 1 year do 
Putting plate glass, J. Kimber.... 

Cotton waste, E. Chanteloup 

Removing ashes, John O'Brien.... 



Montreal Civil Service Office — 

Rent of rooms, Arts Council 

Montreal Examining Warehouse — 

Repairs, Geo. Brush 

Montreal Inland Revenue Building — 

Cementing sidewalk, M. Martin.. 

Hot water coils, R. Mitchell... 

Architect, A. Raza 



Quebec Citadel- 
Repairs to barracks, 0. Gignac 

Repairs, Jas. McGuire 

do E. Russel 

Pumping water, at $1 a day, H. Littlejohn. 

Furniture, Drum Cabinet Co 

Gas supplied, Quebec Gas Co 

Plumbing, P. Parent 

Repairing clocks, P. E. Paulin 

Fire irons and repairs 



Quebec Post Office — 

Repairs to office safe, J. Whitly., 

do do Z. Vandry 

Wood, at $5.50 a cord 



Quebec Signal Service Office — 

Furniture, 0. Lemieux 

Painting, B. Louard 

Repairs, L. Boivin 



Quebec Marine Hospital — 

Repairs to chimneys, Ferdinand & Marvis 

Quebec Clerk of works' Office — 

Cleaning office 

Quebec Cullers' Office- 
Carpets, J. Hatnel & Co 

Repairs, John Hearn 



Quebec Custom House — 

1 screen, P. Valliere 

Quebec Civil Service Office- 
Rent, P. Valliere 

8t. Johns Post Office- 
Plumbing 

St. Regis Custom House- 
Repairs, Wm. Atcheson... 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



31 50 

19 00 

6 00 



80 00 

29 54 

168 75 

42 98 



75 00 

270 00 

100 00 

163 00 

7 05 

15 00 



260 00 

125 00 

28 88 



182 50 

186 20 

704 13 

121 00 

250 78 

107 00 

35 60 

45 75 

35 65 



85 00 
27 00 
16 50 


— — — — 


28 50 
146 00 
295 00 



40 00 
60 00 



$ Ct3. 



56 50 



321 27 



630 05 

50 00 

365 85 

413 88 



1,668 61 

127 50 

469 50 

349 00 

22 00 

100 00 
3 65 

5 00 

6 00 
43 85 



4,632 66 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



289 



Repairs, Furniture and Beating. 



Brought forward 



Repairs and Furniture — Continued. 
Public Buildings, Quebec — Continued. 
Sherbrooke Post Office- 
Tinware 

Three Rivers Post Office and Custom House — 

1 combination safe, Jos. Godin 

Lanterns and lamps, 0. Valentine 

Transparencies, J A. Roby 

Bunting, ft. Beullac 

Plumbing and ga^fitting, Luckerhoff & Co. 

Water supply 

Labor 

Contingencies „ 



Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces. 
Chatham Post Office — 

Sashes, Geo Oassidy 

Travelling expenses, Thos. Maltby. 



Fredericton Post Office — 

Planting trees, John Brown. ... 
Fitting wat-r pipes, Jas. Neill. 

Repaus, A La Forest 

Gla*s and hardware 



St. John Post Office- 
Screen for stamp office, A. Christie 

Services on heating apparatus, McDonald & Co. 

Repairs, A. C. Christie-... 

Repairing and painting balcony.... 

Repairs and care of clock for one year 

Repairing electric bell system 

Plumbing 

Superintending repairs, J. T. C. McKean 

St. John Dominion Building — 

Linoleum and mats, J W. Hegan 

Architect, G. E. Fairweather 



St. John Penitentiary — 

Astral oil, J. H. Ashdown , 

St. John Civil Service Examination Office — 

4< k de&ks, at $».00 ; 40 chairs, at Sue, J. D. Howe 
St. Johu Court House — 

Fitting stand, A. C.Christie 

St. John Military Buildings — 

Plumbing, John M Taylor 

St. John Custom House — 

Furniture, J. & J. D. Howe ,. 

Hardware, W. H. Thorne 

Services, heating apparatus, W. H. Thorne 

Linoleum , 

Furniture (various, articles) '. 

Plumbing ... ..„. 

Gas supplied 

Rent of water lot, St. John Corporation 

Carting ashes 



Sussex Post Office- 
Repairs, C. Young. 



$ cts. 



185 00 

100 00 

25 00 

25 00 

98 30 

6 50 

137 08 

31 59 



16 00 
5 30 



35 00 

70 00 

11 00 

6 75 



135 00 
37 35 
82 85 

244 97 
94 00 
27 25 
76 47 
25 00 



72 40 
20 00 



140 00 
129 55 
20 00 
81 28 
143 08 
37 57 
23 70 
44 00 
31 00 



Antigonish Public Buildings — 
Repairs, outlay by H. P. Hill. 



3—19** 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



4,632 66 



3 25 



608 4T 



5,244 38 



21 30 



122 75 



722 89- 

92 40 

9 05 

180 00 

140 0O 

36 60 



650 18 
11 00 

25 98 
2,012 15 



890 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating. 



Brought forward 



Repair* and Furniture — Continued. 

Public Buildings, Maritime Provinces — Concluded. 
Halifax Dominion Buildings — 

Pipe fitting, McDonald & Go. 

Lamp-post do 

Repairing heating apparatus, McDonald & Co. 
Examining vouchers, Syd. Howe.... 



Lunenburg Marine Hospital — 

Repairs, S. Morash 

Pictou Custom House — 

Repairs, W.J. Lorrain , 

Pipes, Wm Carson 

Making table, W. E Jones 

Repairs and furniture, Wm. Henderson. 

Painting, John Brown 



Pictou Marine Hospital — 

Painting and repairs, J. & A. Carson. 
Sydney Marine Hospital — 

Painting, A. McLeod 

Acting Inspector do , 



Charlottetown Dominion Buildings — 

Alterations, John Evans 

Hardware and stoves, S. & W. Crabbe 

Hot-air furnace and repairs, A. Hermans & Son 

Carpenters' work, McKinnon & McLean 

Furniture and repairs, John Newson 

Freight, Peke Bros 

Repairs aud plumbing, Hermans & Co 

Architect, D. Stirling 



Public Buildings, Manitoba and N. W. T. : — 
Brandon Post Office — 

Repairs, Knapp & Davis 

Labor, Wm. McKay 

Contingencies 



Emerson Immigrant Shed — 

Travelling expenses, D. Smith. 

Cleaning office 

Repairs, H. J. Peters 



Qu'Appelle Immigrant Shed- 
Lumber and shingles, Thompson & Nelson 

Lieutenant-Governor's Residence, Regina — 
Knives, forks and spoons, Hudson Bay Co. 
Glassware do 

Carpets do 

Curtains do 

Chandelier do 



Port Arthur Immigrant Shed — 
Furniture, J. 

Lumber, and building fence 
Digging ditch 

Jtegina Court House — 

Desk and chair 

Freight 

Astral oil , 



McGovern 
do 
do 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



44 49 
34 00 
78 00 
75 00 



320 00 

78 50 

5 00 

65 09 

12 75 



140 00 
162 60 



165 65 

113 32 

297 70 

37 70 

60 87 

34 61 

58 93 

161 75 



35 00 

40 75 

6 74 



40 00 

14 50 

206 75 



95 30 
47 50 
98 43 
37 60 
21 75 



77 00 

78 00 
20 00 



56 25 

6 00 

13 75 



$ cts. 
2,912 15 



231 49 
302 00 



481 25 
420 00 

302 50 



933 53 
4,682 92 

82 49 

261 25 
506 46 



300 48 



175 00 



76 00 



1,401 



ii 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



291 



Repairs, Furniture and Building. 



Brought forward. 



Sftepairs and Furniture— Continued. 

Public Buildings, Manitoba and N. W. ^.—Concluded. 
Winnipeg Architect's Office- 
Rent for year, A. L. Arkland 

Rent of telephone, one year, Bell Telephone Co] 

Furniture, 0. Scott 

Freight and hire of tug "Mary Ann" 

Tracing cloth 

Travelling expenses, D. Smith 

Office contingencies and cleaning 

Stationery and postage 

Paints, Smith & Go 



$ cts. 



Winnipeg Post Office- 
Mats, Hudson Bay Co 



Winnipejj^Dominion Lands Office — 

Repairs, Patterson & Mitchell ,. 

One desk, Thos Scott 

Repairing sewer, W. F. Lee 

Linoleum and carpets, Hudson Bay Co.. 

Hardware, Mulholland Bros 

Painting and kalsomining, Grant & Co 
Carpenter work do 

Kalsomining, Beattie & Waitt 

Re-setting fire grates, Jno. Waitt 

Furniture, W. Hughes 

Lumber, Alex. Black 

Hardware, F. R. Jackes 



480 00 
60 00 
17 00 
60 00 
23 00 
165 73 
156 75 
92 75 
16 50 



442 42 
209 80 
314 00 
211 66 
124 72 

89 40 
392 50 

67 17 

30 05 
50 00 
98 55 

31 70 



$ cts. 



1,441 68 



1,671 U 
6 25 



2,061 97 
4,541 63 



3— 19J** 



292 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



IV 



Repair*, Furniture and Heating:. 



Repair* and Furniture— Continued. 
Public Buil rings, British Columbia: — 
British Columbia Penitentiary— 

Advertising ... 

New Westminster Custom House — 

Three lights of glass '.. 

New Westminster Telegraph Office — 

Repairing locks .. 

New Westminster Public Buildings — 

Eight ventilators, Hay & Fry. ... 

Building fence do 

New Westminster Post Office — 

Repairs, Hay & Fry ....... 

Laying sidewalk do 

One lock, R. Matthew 

Hauling ashes, P. Collins 



Victoria, A. R. G's Office— 

Furniture, Jno. Sehl 

Victoria Dominion Lands Office - 

Furniture, Jno. Sehl 

Victoria Custom House — 

Repairs, Lettice & Sears 

do Smith & Clark 

Rubber hose, Jno. Braden ... 

Lumber, J Story 

Ladder, Jno. Weiley , 

Advertising tenders 



Victoria Telegraph Office — 

Furniture, Jno Sehl 

Repairs, Lettice & Sears. 



Victoria Post Office — 

Heating apparatus, A. Wilson , 

Alterations do 

Chandeliers and gas fixtures do 

Box numbers, and repairs to safe, Albion Iron Works 

Repairing letter boxes, Geo. Bailey 

Linoleum and matting, J. Sehl 

Furniture do 

do J. C Lamb 

Advertising tenders 

Drayage, R. McMoiran 



Victoria Savings Bank — 

Repairs, J. P. Burgess 

Gas supplied for Government Buildings in Victoria, Victoria Gas Co 



$ cts. 



25 00 

140 00 

38 25 

70 00 

4 50 

3 50 



190 00 

377 65 

14 50 

51 00 

5 25 

2 50 



61 59 
17 <J0 



165 57 

7 50 
26 45 
45 60 

120 00 
63 37 
24 00 

125 55 
2 00 

8 00 



SUMMARY OF REPAIRS AND FURNITURE. 



Pablic Building , Ottawa (Page 

Eideau Hall ( do 

Public Buildings, Ontario ( do 

do Quebec , ( do 

do Maritime Provinces ( do 

do Manitoba and N.W.T ( do 

do British Columbia ( do 



284) 


110,902 43 


285) 


31,296 45 


287) 


9,834 94 


289) 


5,244 38 


290) 


4,682 92 


291) 


4,541 63 


292) 


2,43L 72 



168,934 4T 



ii 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



293 



Repair-*, Furniture and Heating-. 



*rfi-H«i(ls at Ottawa: — 

{superintendent of Works, 365 days, at $% N. Robertson, 
do travelling expenses 



Gardeners, at $1.40 per day 
do 1.25 do 



Laborers 

Hardware, Blyth & Kerr. 
do Thos. Birkett. 



Removing fountain, John Stewart 

do guns do 

Building platform do 



Painting lamps and fence, Thos. Keaowgh 

Mason, 31 days, at $3.60, from Jas. Matthews 

Laborer, 25 do 1.80 do 

Horse and cart, 9 do 2.40 do 

Morta r and cement do 



Gravel, 240 loads, at $1 50, Fergus O'Connor 

Pavement block, 250 yds., at $1 55, S. Wcodhouse 
Labor, at $2.25 per day do 

Hardwood and cedar do 

.Nails and pitch do 

Sodding, 500 yds., at 15c, John Graham 

Manure, 200 loads, at 40c, and 61 loads, at 50c 

Horse and cart, at $L.75 per day 

Plants and trees for grounds 

Flower pots and flowers. 

Tobacco for plants 

Cart, $70; lawn mower, $23 

Photos of grounds .... 

Garden knives, * 13.05 ; lanterns, $4.30 ... 

Express and freight , 



$ cts 



1,095 00 
91 50 


2,322 20 
3,669 65 




29 60 
45 84 


125 00 
3 J 00 
18 00 



111 60 

46 00 

21 60 

7 80 



387 50 
74 00 
87 68 
11 30 



Total, Grounds, Public Buildings, Ottawa 

/Removing Snow, Public Buildings, Ottawa:— 

Contract for removing snow from Grounds, John Bruce. , 

do do at Rideau Hall, Alex Devlin 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer . 



Jieatimg Public Buildings, Ottawa:— 

Vale coal, 274f tons, at $5.63, G. W. McCullough. 

Egg do 150 do 5 97 do 

Furnace coal, 1,000 do 5.92 do 

Chestnut do 25 do 5.^9 do 

Stove do 40 do 5.99 do 



McCaffrey. 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Mixed wood, 4,447| cords of 128 feet, at $5 25, W 

do once cut, 5o| do 6 00 

do twice cut, 35 do 6.50 

Maple wood, 8tf4f do 5.50 

Kindling wood, 80 do 2:75 

Cartage from Government woodyard to Public Buildings, 200 loads, at 

40c, W McCaffrey 

Cordwood for Guard House, Rideau Hall, 11 cords, at $6, W. McCaffrey. 

Coal for Privy Council, 5 tons, at $7, People's Coal Co 

Coke foi Geological Museum, 35 chaldrons, at $3.00, Ottawa Gas Co 

do Ottawa Post Office, 73 do 3.00, and 33 chaldrons, at 

$3.50, Ottawa Gas Co 

€oke for Department of Marine, 1 chaldron, at $3.50, Ottawa Gas Co. 
Rent of coal shed at Canal Basin do 



Carried forward 



700 00 

495 00 

42 84 

9 24 



1,546 90 
89> 50 

5,920 00 
149 75 
239 60 



23,350 60 

303 00 

227 50 

4,755 87 

220 00 

80 00 
66 00 



105 00 

334 50 

3 50 

100 00 



$ ctff- 



1,186 5? 



5,991 1 

584 63 



75 34 



173 fO 

192 0O 



186 00 
360 00 



560 48 

75 00 

110 50 

895 42. 

214 63 

203 16 

3 0O 

93 00 

18 00 

17 35 

18 40 



10,958 26 



1,247 08 



8,751 75- 



29,002 97' 
35 (JO 



543 00 



38,33 J 72 



291 



auditor general's report, 1834-5. 



12 



Repair*. Furniture and Heating , 



Brought forward 



Heating Pnblc Buildings, Ottawa — Continued. 

Lumber iupplied, Perley & Pattee 

3 assistant engineers, 12 months, at $55 a month 

Firemen, at $45.62 per month , 

Woodpilers, 37.50 do 

Sawing and splitting 23 cords , 

Horse and cart H , 

Hauling boiler, A. Villeneuve 

Freight, Canada Atlantic Railway Co 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 
Legal services, Hon. John Armstrong 



Queen's Printer. 
Advertising 



Total, Heating Public Buildings, Ottawa. 



fias. Public Buildings, Ottawa: — 

Ottawa Gas Co. : — 

Ottawa Public Buildings. 3 quarters, to March 31, 5,134,000 eft, 

at $3 per M , 

Indian Affairs, Durie's block, 3 quarters, 32,300 c. ft, at $3 per M. 

do light meter , 

Lee's block, 3 quarters, 15,800 c. ft., at $3 per M , 

do light meter 



Dept. of Interior, Victoria Chambers, 600 c. ft., at $3 per M 
do light meter >. „.., 



Post Office Dept, Money Order Branch, 2,100 c. ft., at $3 per M 
do do light meter , 

Geological Museum, 117,200 c. ft., at $3 per M , 

do light meter « 



New Edinburgh, 3 quarters, 8 street lamps, at $200 a year. 
do 4 street lamp globes 



Water ; — 

Supplied by Ottawa Corporation : — 

Ottawa Buildings, 12 months, to March 31 

Victoria Hall do to April 30 

do (fish hatchery) 

Durie's block, 12 months, to April 30 

Lee's block do 

Victoria Chambers 6 do 

Drill Shed 

Money Order Branch, 6 months, to April 30. 

Examining Warehouse, 15 do 

Street sprinkling.. „ 



Fuel and Light, Rideau Hall :— 

Governor General, allowance for the year 



$ cts. 



1,980 00 

5,386 74 

3,317 22 

26 40 

984 73 

20 00 

9 11 

3 33 

10 00 



$ eta. 



15,402 00 
96 90 

3 90 
47 40 

90 



1 80 
60 



6 30 
1 50 



351 60 
2 70 



150 00 
12 00 



12,000 00 
66 00 
17 00 

29 50 
55 50 
16 00 
10 03 

30 00 
39 50 

5 60 



38,332 72 



113 7e 



11,737 55 

7 6» 

143 08 

50,334 62 



15,551 10 



2 40 



7 80 



354 30 



162 00 
16,077 60 



12,269 1$ 



8,000 00 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



295 



Repair*, Furniture and Heating. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Ct3. 


Engineers, Firemen and Caretakers : — 

Belleville Post Office 


600 00 
550 00 
693 30 
31 00 
307 16 

1,320 00 
766 68 
640 00 
399 96 
6-iO 00 

1,036 50 
920 16 
646 00 
595 00 

1,000 08 


10,065 84 
5,288 31 

4,287 89 

2,987 04 

1,533 16 

200 00 

1,060 00 




Brantford do 








Gananoque Custom House 




Guelph Post Office 




Kingston Military College » 

London Custom House , 

do Post Office 

St. Catharines Post Office 




Stratford do 




Toronto Custom House 

do Examining Warehouse 

do Inland Revenue Building 




do Post Office 

Windsor Post Office 








Montreal Custom House • 


975 00 
1,153 50 
728 00 
720 00 
366 58 
219 51 
699 96 
425 76 

152 50 

520 04 

399 96 

1,140 00 

1,221 25 

450 00 

368 14 

36 00 








do Inland Revenue Building ~ 




do Post Office 

St. Johns do 




Sherbrooke do 




Three Rivers Custom House 








Carleton do ...*. 




Dorchester Penitentiary „ 

Fredericton Public Buildings 

St. John Post Office 








do Penitentiary »... 

Sussex Post Office 

Woodstock Post Office 








Halifax Custom House 

do Dominion Buildings 


500 04 

2,037 00 

450 00 

760 00 
300 00 




do Penitentiary 

Charlottetown Dominion Buildings 




Regina Court House m 

New Westminster Public Buildings 












25,422 24 







206 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884 5. 



ii 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating:. 



Heating Dominion Buildings:— 

Barrie Post Office, coal, 16*75 tons, at $7 25 
do do 10-58 do 7.00 
do kindling 



Belleville Public Buildings, coal. 20 tons, at $6 25. 
do wood, 1 cord, at 3.25 



Belleville Post Office, coal, 40 tons, at $6.25, Rathbun & Co. 

do kindling 

do legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 



Brantford Post Office, coal, 65-28 tons, at $6, Thos. Elliott , 

do receiving tenders, 3 days, at $2.50, J Henry 
do legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong , 



Brockville Inland Revenue Building, coal, 6| tons, at $6 

Chatham Post Office, coal, 41*425 ton3, at $7.50, H. A. Patterson 

Cobourg Inland Revenue Office, 1 cord wood, at $7 ; kindling, $2 

do Post Office, wood, 2 cords, at $4 ; 4 cords, at $5 

Cornwall do coal, 15 02 tons at 7 ; wood, 8 cords, at $4.30 

Diinnville Canal Office, wood, 4 cords, at $2.50... 

Gananoque Custom House, coal, 11-61 tons, at $5.60 ; 9 tons, at $5.75. 

Grenville Canal Office, coal, 2 tons, at $7 50 ... 

Guelph Post Office, coal, 19 36 do 6.75, Kloepher <fe Richardson- 
do do 16-86 do 6 75, G. Murton 

do wood, 1-5 cords 



$ cts 



121 62 

74 00 

5 50 



125 00 
3 25 

250 00 
75 
5 00 



391 67 
7 50 
5 00 



Hamilton Custom House, coal, 30 tons, at $6.50, Murton & Reid ... 
do wood, 6 cords, at $7 ; 44 cords, at $6.... 
do labor . 



Hamilton Post Office, coal, 20 tons, at $6 25. 

do do 73-52 do 6 50 

do wood, 3 cords, at 6 00 

Kingston Canal Office, coal ,.. ... 

Kingston Custom House, coal, 45 tons, at $1.99, Breck & Booth 
do do 7£ do 6.00 do 

do do 13 do do 

do wood, 24 cords, at 5.25 do 



Kingston Post Office, 
do 
do 



do 12 do 5.15 

coal, 20 tons, at 5.29 

legal services, Hon. John Armstrong, 



Kingston Examining Warehouse, coal, 5|- tons, at $6.50 

London Post Office, coal, 80 tons, at #5.90, Hunt Bros. 

do do 16-14 do 5.90, Boman & Co 

do do 5 do 4.70 do 

do wood, 2 cords, at 4.00 ; 3 cords, at $5 ; 3 cords, at $6, 
Boman & Co 

do do W. Cove 

do do 6 cords, at $6.40, Hunt Bros 

do legal services, J. Armstrong 

London Custom House, coal, 70 tons, at $5.90, Hunt Bros 

do do 12-42 do 4.70, Boman & Co 

do do 4-5 do 5.80 

do pine wood 

do legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Perth Inland Revenue Building, coal, 5-38 tons, at $6.50 

Port Hope Post Office doll do 6.00 

Port Robinson Canal Office do 3 do 6.75 , 

Port Colborne do do at 6.50 , 

Port Maitland Inland Revenue Building, firewood 



Carried forward, 



130 76 

113 70 

9 25 

195 00 

68 25 

1 25 

126 00 

477 90 

18 00 



224 55 
43 50 
92 75 

126 00 

61 80 

105 80 

6 00 



472 00 
95 24 
23 45 

41 00 
7 50 

38 40 
6 00 



413 00 

58 38 

26 11 

7 00 

5 00 



ii 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 



29* 



Repairs, Furniture and Heating:. 



Brought forward.. 



Heating: Dominion Buildings -Contin ued. 

Prescott Excise Qffice, coal, at $6.50 



do 



wood, 1 cord. 



Smith's Falls Canal Office, wood, 3 cords, at $4 00, Seeley & Moffatt. 
St. Catharines Post Office, coal, 18-125 tons, at $6 50, Jno Devaney. 
do wood, 4 cords* at 3.50 do 



Straford Post Office, coal, 55 tons, at $7.20, F. Goodwin 
do legal services, Jno. Armstrong 



Toronto Custom House, coal, 149905 tons, at $6 25, P. Burns. 

do do 19-9*5 do 6.00 do 

do wood, 8 cords, at $55, 10 cords, at $6 do 

Toronto Post Office, coal, 110 475 tons, at $6 25 do 
do do 16 02 do 6 00 do 
do wood, 14 J cords, at $6, 2 cords, at $5 do 
do legal services, J. Armstrong 



Toronto Inland Revenue Building, coal, 56*78 tons, at $6.25, 
do do do 9 do 6 00 

do do wood, 2 cords, at 5.00 



Burns. 
do . 
do . 



Windsor Post Office, 
do 
do 
do 



, 70 tons, at $7 50, Odette & Wherry. 
8 do 6.G0 do 



coal 

do 

do 8 do 7.25 

hardwood, 6 cords, at $6.50 



Hull Post Office, coal, 27 tons, at $6.75, G. W. McOullough 
do do 2 do 7.00. 



ILachine Post Office, coal, 49 tons at $6 25, Ouellette & Co 
do wood, 3 cords, at 6.25, C Dechamps... 



Montreal Custom House, coal, 18-5 tons, at $7.50, F. Robertson 

do do 163-31 do 5.85, W. F Torrance 

. do legal services, J. Armstrong 



Montreal Examining Warehouse, wood, 22 cords, at $6, F. Robertson.... 
do coal, 323 79 tons, at $5 85, W.F.Torrance 

do do 16-27 do 6.75 dj 

Montreal Inland Revenue Building, coal, 59 965 tons, at $5.80, Jos. O'Brien 
.Montreal Post Office, coal, 163 59 tons, at $5 80 do 

do do 5-2l8 do 6.50 

do wood, 10 cords, at 7.75, Jos O Brien 

do do 13 5 do 7.50, F. Robertson 

do sawing wood 

do cotton waste. E Chanteloup 

do legal services, J. Armstrong 



"Quebec Citadel, Governor's Quarters, hardwood, G. M. Webster....... 

Quebec Marine Hospital, wood, 260-5 cords, at $5.00, L. Lessard 

do coal, 40 tons, at 6.15, G. M. Webster. 



•Quebec Custom House, coal, 114693 tons, at $6.15, Webster & Co .. 

do do 7 08 chaldrons, at $9 00 

do maple wood, 60 cords, at 5 75, L. Laisnee. 

do soft do 15 do 2 85 do 



Quebec Post Office, coal, 40 tons, at $6.15, Webster & Co 
do wood, M. Hudon , 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



42 00 
4 00 



117 80 
14 00 

396 00 
5 00 

936 90 
119 67 
100 00 



690 47 

96 12 

97 00 
5 00 

354 88 
54 00 
10 00 



525 00 
48 00 
58 00 
39 00 



182 25 

14 00 


30 63 
18 75 

138 75 

955 35 

5 00 



132 00 

1,894 17 

93 56 



948 82 

3) 91 

77 £0 

100 50 

9 00 

7 05 

5 00 



1,302 50 
246 00 



705 36 

63 75 

345 00 

42 75 



246 00 
133 10 



$ eta. 



4,843 91 



46 00 
12 00 



131 80 
401 00 

1,156 57 

888 59. 
418 8S: 

67Q 00 

196 25 

49 38 

1,099 10 



2,119> 73t: 
347 80 



1,181 78 

193 73 



1,548 Sfl 

1,156 86 

379 10 
16,843 93* 



298 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884r5. 



Repairs, Fnrnilnre and Heating:. 



Brought forward. 



[eating: Dominion Bnilding-s— Continued. 

Sherbrooke Post Office, coal, 18 tons, at $7.75, Lucke & Mitchell 

do do 19 58 do 6.50, E. C. Rogers 

do do 6 8 do 8.00 

do do 1137 do 7.75 

do wood, 4 cords, at $3.25, and 1 cord, at $3 



St. Johns Post Office, coal, 28 tons, at $5.25, 2$ tons at $7, Bissett & 
Donaghy 

do wood, 2 25 cords, at $4, Bissett & Donaghy 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, coal, 80*25 tons, at $4.78, L. Fauteux 



do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 



do do 106262 do 6 50 do 

do do 554 do 6.75 do 

do do 61 52 do 6.50, Dufresne 

& Mongenais 

do maple wood, 114 cords, at $8.75, L. 

Villeneuve et Cie 

do tamarack, 235*5 tons, at $6. 75, L. Ville- 
neuve et Cie 

do legal services, J. Armstrong 



Three Rivers Post Office, coal, 4034 tons, at $6 25, A. Baile 

do do 4025 do 7.10, J. T. C. Godin. 
do legal services, J. Armstrong 



Three Rivers Custom House, coal, 11-48 tons, at $9.00 

do wood, 9 cords, at 3.50 

Carleton Post Office, coal, 9 tone, at $7.50, Causey, Bond & Milden 
do do 



"Chatham Custom House, coal, at $7.50. 
do do 4.50., 



Fredericton Post Office, coal, 39 tons, at $6.50, J. Richards & Son. 
do legal services, J. Armstrong 



St. John Custom House, coal, 1 ton, B Kenny _ 

do 334-1 tons, at $5.47, Starr & Go... 

do 12 do 4.39 do 

do removing 172 loads ashes, at 20c. 



St. John Savings Bank, coal, 10-68 tons, at $5.47 

do 12-435 do 4.39, Starr & Co. 



St John Post Office, coal, 90-9 tons, at $5.47, Starr & Co. 
do 11-92 do 4.39 do 

do legal services, J. Armstrong. ... 



St. John Penitentiary, coal, 8 chaldrons, at $7.00 

Snflsex Post Office, coal, 46 03 tons, at $6.74, Starr & Co. 

WoodstockJPost Office, coal, 14 tons, at $6.75 , 

Antigonish Post Office, coal, 7025 tons, at $4 « 



do 



wood, 5 cords, at 3. 



Halifax Dominion Building, coal, 1675 tons, at $3.62, Acadia Coal Co 

do hauling coal and ashes, Jno. Daly 

do do Jno. Dunn , 



$ cts. $ eta 



,139 20 

127 27 

54 45 

88 02 

16 00 



164 45 
9 00 



383 62 

690 71 

37 43 

406 02 

997 50 

1,589 63 
5 00 



252 13 

285 81 

5 00 

103 31 
31 50 

67 50 
31 14 

46 33 



65 88 


253 50 
5 00 


5 50 

1,827 53 

52 68 

34 40 



58 42 
64 59 

497 22 

52 33 

5 00 



Picton Marine Hospital, coal, 305 tons, at $3.63. 
Pictou Custom House, coal, 8 25 tone, at 6.85. 

do 7 do 7.10. 

do kindling M , 



Carried forward. 




56 50 

49 70 

2 40 



16,843 m 



424 94 



173 45 



4,109 92 

542 9* 

134 81 

98 64 

112 21 

258 5# 

1,920 11 

113 01 



554 55 
56 00 

310:24 
94 50 



43 10 



860 0© 
110 75> 



108 60 



26,870 24 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



29t> 



Repairs, Furniture and Heatin; 



Brought forward. 



[eating Dominion Buildings — Continued. 

Sydney Inland Revenue Building, coal, 7*5 tons, at $2 

Charlottetown Dominion Buildings, coal, H. Perkins 

do do C. Lyons 

do do kindling, Jos. Mahar 

Qu'Appelle Clerk of Works Office, coal, 7 tons, at $15, Thompson & Nelson 

Regina Court House, hard coal, 20 tons, at $15.50, J. A. Kerr 

do blacksmithing 



Winnipeg Dominion Lands Office, coal, 5 tons; at $11, Dominion Coal Co 
do 80 do 11.85 do 

Winnipeg Clerk of Works Office, coal, 8 tons, at $11. 85, Dominion Coal Co 
Winnipeg Poet Office, coal, 77 tons, at 11.85 do 

Winnipeg Custom House, coal, 60 tons, at 11.85 do 

Winnipeg Inland Revenue Building, coal, 15 tons 1 1 85 do 

Nanaimo Post Office, coal, 20 tons, at $4, Vancouver Coal Co 

New Westminster Post Office, coal, 10-5 tons, at $7.75 

do do 4 do 8.00 

do do wood, $ cord, at 6.50 

do do removing ashes , 



New Westminster Custom House, coal, 1 ton, at $7.75. 
New Westminster Telegraph Office, coal, 3£ tons, at $7.75. 



Victoria Custom House 
do 



coal, 1 ton, at $7.75 
1 do 8.00 



6 tons, at $7.00. 



1 do 



6.50. 



Victoria Telegraph Office, coal, 1 ton, at $7.75 

Victoria Post Office, coal, 19 tons, at $8 ; 1 ton, at $7.75 

Removing ashes from Victoria Dominion Buildings 

Queen's Printer , 

Advertising , 



1 ton, at $7... 



$ cts. 



323 71 

56 70 
44 00 



310 00 
3 77 



55 00 
948 00 



81 38 

32 00 

3 25 

8 50 



49 75 
14 50 



$ cts, 

26,87© 34- 
15 m 



424 41 

105 m- 



313 IT 



1,003 oe 

94 80 

912 41 

711 0© 

177 75 

80 0© 



125 IS 

7 7^ 

27 12 



64 25 

7 75 
166 75 

52 m 

23 98 
591 61 

31,773 76 



300 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Repairs, Furniture and Keating:. 



^Telephone Service, Ottawa S — 

Bell Telephone Co. : — 

Department of Militia and Defence, 6 months' rent 

do Interior, during 1880, 12 do 

do Marine and Fisheries do 

Office and residence of Secretary of State, 12 months' rent 

Residence of the Minister of Militia do 

Office of the Chief Architect, Department of Public Works, 12 

months' rent 

Government House, with East and West Blocks, Dominion Police, 

12 months' rent 

RideauHall, Clerk of Works Office, 12 months' rent 

General Middleton's Office do 

■Col. Panet's Office, 6 montha' rent 

Militia Stores 12 do , 

Distribution Office, House of Commons, 12 months' rent 

Office of Senate " Hansard " reporters, 12 months' rent 

Private and exchange line for the Governor General, 12 months' rent 

Residence of Deputy Minister of Finance, 6 months' rent 

Office of H. R. Smith, House of Commons, 12 months' rent 

Residence of W. Himsworth, 6 months' rent 

Residence of T. D. Tims, 6 months' rent 

Residence of Commissioner of Inland Revenue, 12 months' rent 

Residence of Postmaster-General, 6 months' rent 

Room of Postmaster -General at Russell, 6 months' rent 

Residence of Deputy Minister of Justice do 

Office and residence of Deputy Minister of Interior, 6 months' rent... 

Office at Victoria Chambers, 6 months' rent 

Office of Messrs. Arnoldi and Smith, 12 months' rent 

Mounted Police Office, East Block, 6 months' rent ... 

Office of J. C. Stewart, Money Order Branch, 6 months' rent 

City Post Office, 6 months' rent 



Lightning arresters, Rhode Island Telephone Co. 

Telephone resonanters, 6, R. Jordan , 

Brass binding screws, 3£ doz. 

I transmitter and recorder, T. J. France & Co , 

4 Bell telephones, R. Batson 

Express and freight, Dominion Express Co 



femmary of Repairs, Furniture and Heating; :— 

Repairs and Furniture , (Page 292) 

Grounds at Ottawa ( do 293) 

Removal of Snow, Ottawa ( do 293) 

Heating Public Buildings, Ottawa. (do 294) 

Gas, Public Buildings, Ottawa ( do 294) 

Water, Public Buildings, Ottawa ( do 294) 

Fuel and light, Rideau Hall , , ( do 294) 

Engineers, firemen and caretakers ( do 295) 

Fuel, Dominion Public Buildings ( do 299) 

Telephones, Ottawa ( do 300) 



$ cts. 



20 00 
24 00 
75 00 
80 00 
80 00 

75 00 

145 00 
50 00 
80 00 
37 50 
64 00 
60 00 
83 00 

175 00 
20 00 
40 00 
17 50 
20 00 
40 00 
20 00 
10 00 
40 00 
40 00 
20 00 
80 00 
40 00 
20 00 
20 00 



168,934 47 
10,958 26 

1,247 08 
50,334 62 
16,077 60 
12,269 13 

8,000 00 
25,422 24 
31,773 76 

1,841 35 



$ ett. 



1,466 00 

3 50 
30 00 

4 60 
25 00 

253 75 
68 60 

1,841 35 



326,868 51 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



30t 



Harbors and Rivers— Nova Scotia. 



Benacadie Pond: — 

Master of dredge, £ month, J. Gillies 

Engineer, 14 days, at $3.25, R. McDonald. 
6 deck-haads, £ month, at $20. 



Fireman, $20 ; watchman, $20 

Service of tug" Alida," 44 days, at $25 

Less — Coal supplied, 20 tons, at $3.75 



Landing and storing coal, W. A. Coin . 
"Wharfage, 82 tons coal, at 10c .............. 

Services directing where to deposit coal 
Oil and rope, L. McDougall 



Water for tng, 26,470 gallons 

Clerk in office, 1 month, D. H. Waterbury 

Hotel expenses, 3 days, at $3.50, W. J. McOordock 
Travelling expenses do 

Telegrams I do 



Bonlarderie : — 

Foreman, 79^ days, at $2.50, G. Fraser. 
Laborers, 58 1 days in all , 



Paymaster, 1 month, J. Ewing. 
Hotel and travelling expenses... 



Stringers, 15, at $6.50 

25J tons timber, at $5 , 

12 pieces, at $3.50 

Wooden piles, 392 

363 logs. 

Iron, 3,288 lbs , at $3 per 100 lbs 

Hardware 

Wood turning 

Ballast, 229£ tons, at 40c 

Cheque books and account forms, St. John 



Sun 



Che verie : — 

Amount of contract, Sandford & Burgess 
Less— Paid in 1883-84 



Inspector, 77 days, at $2.50, Geo. Smith 

Assistant Engineer, 62 days, at $4, J. C. Allison. 
Hotel expenses, 22 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses do 

Assistant Engineer, 27 days, at $5, E. G. Millidge. 
Hotel expenses, 6 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses do 



Chipman's Brook : — 

Foreman, 51 days, at $2.50, Jno. Arnold. 

Labor, 383 days 

Iron, 3,068 lbs., at 2£c. per lb 

Hardware 

Cutting and pointing 2,586 bolts, at l$c . 



Timber, 91 tons 

Team, 10 days, at $2 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



40 00 

45 50 

120 00 

40 00 



1,100 00 
75 00 


16 70 
8 20 

3 00 

4 93 



10 50 
14 28 
16 13 



198 75 
647 72 



75 00 
83 99 



8,888 00 
1,350 00 


" "248* 00 ' 

44 00 
109 48 


135 00 
12 00 
25 45 



69 03 

7 74 

38 79 



$ cts. 



245 50 
1,025 00 



32 83 
75 76 
80 00 



40 91 



846 47 



158 99 

97 50 
126 25 

42 00 
124 80 
351 60 

98 64 
32 55 

7 50 
91 70 
22 00 



7,538 00 
192 50 



401 48 



172 45 



127 50 
393 12 



115 66 

287 60 

20 00 



$ cts„ 



1,500 00> 



2,000 00 



8,304 43 



949 78* 
12,754 2t 



302 



AUDITOR GENERALS REPORT, 1884-5. 



ii 



Harbors and Rivers— Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward 



Island : — 

Foreman, 41| days, at $2.50, Ohas. S. Tupper. 

Labor, 405 days in all 

Labor and team, 29§ days, at $3.50 .... 

Paymaster for July, 1884, J. W. Ewing 



Bolts, 1,826 lbs., at 3c. 

Drills, 3, at $1.10 

Iron and coal 



Powder and blasting material .. .... 

Boat hire, for towing logs 

Hire of ballast car 

Hemlock, 12,673 ft., at $6 per 1,000 ft— 



Cow Bay: — 

Assistant Engineer, July and August, E. T. 
Hotel expenses, 56 days, at $2 

Foreman, 124 days, at $2.50, D. MacOaulay 
Labor, 2,826 days in all 



P. Shewan. 
do 



619 hardwood piles 

Hire of pile-driver for 4 months 
Scow hire, 3 day3, at $5 ...... 



Hemlock lumber, 25| tons, at $6.25 

Spruce plank, 21,150 ft., at $12.60 per M. 
Plank, 10,203 do 9.00 do . 
iLumber 



Bolts, 6,171 lbs., at 4c, 

do 10,480 do 4£c. 

Hardware 



Carrying 578 tons of ballast 

Cab hire, and time of man 

Hire of boat for 1 month 

Stationery, postage and telegrams. 
Advertising 



.Viv*i Islands: — 

Engineer, 31 days, at $4, J. C. Allison 

Paymaster, 15 days, at $2.50, J. Ewing.. ...... 

Foreman, 98 do 2.50, A. T. Corbett. 

Laborers, 493 days in all 

Laborer and team, 43| days, at $3 „ 



Stone, 1,084 tons 

Iron supplied, 6,036 lbs., at 2|c. 
<Uhisels, nails and spikes 



Timber, 69,351 ft 

Flooring, 4,300 ft., at $2 
Mank, 10,000 ft., at $7.. 



Wheelbarrow and rope 

Telegrams, $10.08 ; cleaning office, $2. 
Travelling expenses of Geo. Day 



m»£by Pier: — 

Amount of contract, D. W. & D. C. Clark, 
do extras do 



cts. 



103 12 
530 45 

104 12 
75 00 



54 78 
3 30 
7 25 



248 00 
112 00 



310 00 
3,446 10 



1,253 65 
54 00 
15 00 



$ cts. 



160 15 

264 37 

91 83 

29 24 



246 84 

471 60 

69 45 



245 00 
662 82 
129 75 



143 35 

103 08 



322 12 
86 00 
70 00 



Carried forward. 



1,545 00 
25 00 



812 69 



65 33 
14 04 
18 10 
8 50 
76 04 



360 00 
3,756 10 

1,322 65 
545 59 



787 89 
202 75 
65 54 
10 00 
40 70 
16 32 



124 00 
87 50 



1,037 67 
55© 66 



246 43 



478 12 

8 98 

12 08 

4 60 



1,570 00 



$ Cts. 



12,754 21 



994 70 



7,107 54 



1,570 00 



2,499 94 



23,356 3d 



£ 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



303 



Harbors and Rivers— Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward 



2>>isfoy Pier— Continued. 

Inspector, 60 days, at $1.50, Bowman Perry 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Oivil Government. 
Advertising 



fivettt Village River : — 

Work done, as per contract, J. M. Blaikie 

Lass— One-third, assumed by Contractors 

Amount of drawback 

Paid in 1883-84 



Harborville :— 

Foreman. 71$ days, at $2 50, Chas. 0. Cook 

Labor, 312 days in all , 

do and team, 12$ day§, at $3 , 



Timber, 7,812 ft 

Iron, 816 lbs., at lc. per lb 

do 2,863 do $1.85 per 100 lbs 
do and smith work 



$ cts. 



90 00 

10 00 

11 50 
70 71 



3,000 00 

900 00 

4,250 00 



178 75 

462 75 

37 50 



Hauling stone, 530 loads, at 10c 

Rope $9; telegrams, $5.75 . ..." 

Cartage and freight... , 

Hotel and travelling expenses of J. B. Hegan 

do do Paymaster J. W. Ewing. 



«bon: — 

Foreman, 50$ days, at $2.50, Jno. McKeen 
Labor, 361 days in all 



Piles, 238, at $1 ; 4, at $1.05 
Timber, 144 pieces, at 40c ... 
Logs, 510, at 5c 



Hardware 

Iron, 2,476 lbs., at 2$c 

Bolts, 62 do 4c ; 533, at 3c. 

3 angers and 1 cross-cut saw 

1 sleigh and 2 hammers 

Freight on iron 



Placing and re-hanging 13 window sashes. 
Coal, $ chaldron, at $6.50 ; cartage, 58c... 
Rope. 



Stone for ballast, 392 yds., at 50c , 

Hire of scow , 

Telegrams and travelling expenses of G. A. Brown , 

Paymaster, salary from 1st Nov. to 15th Dec, J. Ewing. 
Travelling expenses do 

■Off i l vie Wharf:— 

Foreman, 65 days, at $2.50, Jno. Dunellan 

Labor, 703 days in all 

and team, 46£ days, at $2.50 , 



Iron, 8,497 lbs 
100 iron rings- 
Hardware 



8 16 
52 97 
25 50 



126 25 
542 45 

242 20 
57 60 
25 50 



16 90 
61 90 
18 47 

5 85 

6 49 

7 61 



Timber, 13,032 feet, at $4; 7,341 feet, at $2.60. 
do 90^ tons, at $3.50 ; 1578 tons, at $3 ... 
do at different prices 



Carried forward. 



112 50 
14 90 


162 50 
939 63 
115 75 


167 23 
11 00 
55 24 


704 80 

363 21 

32 55 



$ cts. 



1,570 00 



182 21 



9,000 00 



8,150 00 



679 00 
96 30 



86 63 
53 00 
14 75 
6 13 
39 54 
24 65 



668 70 



325 30 



117 22 

6 70 

3 33 

32 79 

196 00 

10 00 

12 56 



127 40 



1,217 88 



233 47 



1,100 56 



$ cts . 



23,356 33 



1,752 21 



850 00 



1,000 Q0 



1,500 00 



2,551 91 



28,458 60 



304 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



11 



Harbors and Rivers— Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward. 



Ogivlie Wharf— Continued. 

Ballast, 2,073 loads, at 10c 

Grindstones, ?, at $2.50; rope, $13.04 

Knees, 15. at $2 

Rent of building for storehouse 

Freight and cartage 

Envelopes and receipt forms, St. John " Suq " 

Paymaster, ealary for May, J. Ewing 

Travelling expenses, G. A. Brown , 

Hotel expenses, 9 days, at $2, G. A. Brown.... 
Hire of team, G. A. Brown 



Port Hood :— 

Work, as per contract, Jno. McKeen, 
Less— Paid in 1883-84.... 



Engineer-in-Charge, 28 days, at $5, J. B. Hegan 
Travelling expenses, J. B Hegan 



Assistant Engineer, 129 days, at $5, E. G. Millidge 

Hotel expenses, 25 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses, stationery and postage, E. G. Millidge 
Office rent, E. G. Millidge .. 



Assistant Engineer, 57 days, at $4, E. T. P. Shewan 

Hotel expenses, 57 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses, postage and telegrams, E.T.P. Shewan 

Assistant Engineer, 28 days, at $4, G. A. Brown 

do do J. O. Allison 

Hotel expenses, 5 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses and postage do 



Inspector, 7 days, at $2.50, Jno. McMiilan. 

Rodman, 28 days, at $1 50, G A. Day 

Foreman, 22 days, at $2 50, Jno. McMillan 
Labor, 77£ days, at $1.25 



Stone, 701 loads, at 75c , 

Making 2 sashes 

Brush, 52 loads, at 50c 

Bent of derrick, 15 days, at $1 

Hardware and rope 

Cleaning office , 

Paymaster, June salary, J. Ewing. 
Hotel expenses do 

Travelling expenses do 



Stationery and postage, $8.35 ; advertising, $5.46. 



Oyster Pond : — 

Foreman, 41 days, at $2 50, A. 0. Chisholm 

Labor, 133 days in ail 

Bolts, 3,810 lbs, at Ic , 810 lbs., at 2$c ... 

Hire of boat, 14 days, at 50c, 16 days, at $1 

Rodman, Sept., 26 d«ys, at $1.50, Geo. Day 

Asst. Engineer, hotel expenses, 18 days, at$2,G. A. Brown 
do travelling expenses ' do 

do hire of team do 

do postage do 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



18 16 
18 00 
14 00 



11,400 00 
8,820 00 



140 00 
30 48 

645 00 
50 00 

116 64 
12 CO 

228 00 

114 00 

44 14 



112 00 
10 00 
18 07 



55 00 
96 86 



75 00 
4 00 
8 35 



36 00 

25 12 

43 50 

3 86 



$ cts. 



2,551 91 



207 30 
18 04 
30 00 
5 00 
21 10 
23 50 
75 00 



50 16 



2,580 00 
170 48 

823 64 



386 14 
112 00 



140 07 
17 50 
42 00 



151 86 

525 75 

2 70 

26 00 

15 00 

20 25 

2 25 



87 35 
13 81 



102 50 

196 16 

58 35 

23 00 

39 00 



108 48 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



305 



Harbors and Kivers— Nova Scotia. 



Brought tor ward. 



STIiree Fathom Harbor : — 

Foreman, 29 days, at $2.50, Jno. Lapierre 

Labor, 182£ days in all , 

97 logs, $97 ; rafting, $30 

Lumber, 2,068 ft , 

Iron, 1,111 lbs., at 2c 

Rent of chains 

Repairing files, and making bolts - 



-Stone, as per contract, 33 tons... , 

Scow hire, 17$ days, at $1 

Water supply 

Postage and office contingencies, J. Bwing 

Asst. Eagineer, travelling expenses, G. A. Brown, 
do hotel expenses, 3 days, at $2 do 
do telegrams 



tfcacadie Pond : — 

Foreman, 96 days, at $2.50, S. Benoit 

Labor, 677 days in all 

Hardwood piles, 38, at $1.85; 42, at $1 .75 

Hire of pile driver, 55 days, at $1 

Hemlock logs, 186, at $1.75 

Hardwood logs, 203 

Longitudinals, 111, at $3.15 

Plank, 160 ft., at 2c , 

Hauling and rafting 



Scow hire, 32 \ days, at $1.25 ; boat hire, $6. 

Bolts, 4,817 lbs 

Hardware 



Rope, 71 lbs., at 17c. ; 4 blocks, $5.20 
Stone ballast, 582 loads, at 5c 



I'asket Wedge ;— 

Foreman, 35J days, at $2.50, Jno. LeBlanc -. 
Labor, 216 days in all 



Augers, chisels and spikes 

Hire of scow 

Labor and crane, 4$ diys 

Telegrams for one month , 

Paymaster, salary from 21st to 30th April, J. Ewing, 
Travelling expenses do 

Hotel expenses, 6 days, at $2 do 



Total, Harbors and Rivers, Nova Scotia 



$ cts. 



22 22 
12 50 
14 10 



15 45 
6 00 
3 73 



143 80 

55 00 

325 50 

454 50 

349 65 

3 20 

47 68 



253 80 
27 79 



17 27 
29 10 



25 00 

7 40 
12 GO 



$ crs. 



72 50 
195 25 
127 00 

73 50 



48 82 
21 75 
17 50 
11 04 
4 68 



25 18 



240 00 
754 96 



1,379 33 
46 43 



281 59 



46 37 



88 12 

231 71 

406 33 

63 09 

2 50 

8 50 

5 33 



44 40 



$ cte, 



37,084 90 



597 22 



2,748 



849 98 
41,280 78 



3—20** 



250 



AUDITOR OENIEAL'B REPORT, 1884 5. 



11 



Harbors and River* — P. 



Breakwater* and Piers taken over from P.E.I. Govt. 

Cost and Repairs ;— 

Annandale Pier 

Belfast do 

Campbell's Uove Breakwater 

China Point Pier 

Crapaud do 



Georgetown do 
Hickey's do 

Higgins' Shore 
Hurd's Point 
Kier's Shore 
Lambert's 
Lewis' Point 
Mink River 
McOee's 
Nine Mile Creek 
North Cardigan 
Pioette 
Port Selkirk 
Pownal 
Rustico 
South River 
South Rustico 
St. Mary's Bay 
Tignish 
Vernon River 
Victoria Harbor 
West Point 



Pier 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do .... 

do 

do 

do 

do -.. 

do 

do 

do 

Inspector, 44 days, at $2.50, A. Schurman 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Advertising 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 



Total, Paid to P.E.I. Government 

Total, Repairs to property taken over 

Tignish Harbor : — 

Inspector, 1 month, R. Keough 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. . 
Advertising 



'Victoria Breakwater, Wood Island : — 

Foreman, 31 days, at $2.50, D. Crawford 

Labor, 200 days in all 

Ballast, 58£ loads, at $4.50 

Telegrams, $18.69; rope, $3.80 

Horse hire, 3 days, at $3 

Boat hire 

Paid for labor and express, by G. A. Brown 

Assistant Engineer, travelling expenses, J. C. Allison 
do hotel expenses, 4$ days, at $2 do 



Paid to 
P.E.I. 



Paymaster, travelling expenses, J. 

do hotel expenses, 19 days, at $2 



Ewing 
do 



Total, Harbors and Rivers, P.E.I.. 



$ cts 

2,474 25 

4,355 04 

100 00 

3,436 47 



2.254 24 

1.255 27 
2,543 05 
2,000 62 
5,091 50 

486 95 
2,250 00 

293 25 
2,721 25 

482 00 
2,732 70 
1,814 00 
2,947 75 
3,429 92 



1,021 50 
657 80 

1,336 59 
135 26 
908 66 

4,267 72 

4,226 40 



53,222 19 



51 00 
9 00 



55 93 
38 00 



Repairs 



$ cts. 

519 97 

400 45 

213 38 
953 52 
1,C00 00 
496 25 
180 20 
329 76 

1,303 51 
164 43 
405 65 
100 00 

360 83 

35 20 

607 63 

468 89 

15 02 

49 59 

194 83 

341 25 

249 90 



110 00 
40 00 
10 (0 
19 65 



8,569 91 



75 00 
10 00 
8 95 
8 75 



77 50 

317 12 

262 12 

22 49 

9 00 

4 00 

21 74 



60 00 
93 93 



$ cts. 



53,222 19 
8,569 91 



102 70 






867 90 
62,762 70 



307 



Harbors and Rivers— New Brunswick. 



Anderson's Hollow : — 

Estimate to June, Wallace & Steeves 

Less— Amount of drawback. 



Inspector ofWorkg, 24 days, at $2.50, Jas. W. Read...., 
do 55 days, at $2.50, Jonathan Copp. 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 
Advertising 



Bactonche : — 

Amount of contract, Venant Bourque. 
Less— Paid in 1883-84 ..... 



Inspector of Works, 66 days, at $2.50, G. A. Girouard.. 

Caraqnet : — 

Inspector of Works, 17 days, at $2.50, Wm. Walsh 

Assistant Engineer, May, 31 days, at $4, J. C. Allison 
Rodman, 30 days, at $1.50 



Hopewell Cape : — 

Inspector ot Works, 44 days, at $2.50, H. J. Bennett.. 

Legal services, Hon. J. Armstrong 1 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government. 
Advertising, $144.03; Queen's Printer, $23 86 



Yadawaska River :— 

Contract price of whatf at Little Falls, F. Hartt. 






M ispec Breakwater : — 

Amount of contract, G S, Mayes... 
Less— Paid in 1883-84. 



Inspector of Works, 177 days, at $2.50, R. Power. 



Richibncto Breakwater : — 

Foreman. 119 days, at $2.25, E. Hutchinson 

Labor, 932 days in all 

Labor and team, 106 days, at $2.50 ; 62 days, at $3. 

Travelling expenses of E. Hutchinson 

Hotel expenses, 10 days, at $2, E. Hutchinson 



Lumber, 19,262 feet 

Piling, 103 pieces, at 50c , 

Brush, 8 loads, at $4.50 ; 3 loads, at $5. 

1 pile hammer, 1,290 lbs , at 2£c 

1 team, pile driving, 15 days, at $3 

Use of pile driver, 49 days 



Iron, 5,118 lbs 

Bolts and spikes 

Powder and blasting materials. 



Rock, 18 yards, at $1.25 

Stone, 84 loads, at $1.., .«., 

Stone, 348 yards i 

Use of tools for quarrying, 76 days, at 50c 

Freight on 15 yards rock, at $1.25 , 

Scow hire, 199 days 



Horse hire, 18 days, at $1.50. 

Paymaster travelling expenses, J. Ewing. 
Hotel expenses, 31 days, at $2 do 

Salary for March do 

Telegrams, ink and paper do 



3— 20J 



** 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



700 00 
70 00 



3,290 00 
1,800 00 



9,000 00 
2,700 00 



267 75 

1,299 55 

421 00 

40 17 

20 00 

129 24 
51 50 
51 00 
32 25 
45 00 
65 00 



171 84 
34 86 

21 64 

22 50 
84 00 

37 00 

38 00 
18 75 

179 00 



90 18 
62 00 
75 00 
15 77 



$ cts. 



630 00 
60 00 

137 50 
10 00 
14 35 
69 64 



1,490 00 
165 00 



42 50 

124 00 

45 00 



110 00 
20 00 
13 52 

167 89 



6,300 00 
442 50 



2,048 47 



373 99 



228 34 



379 25 
27 00 



242 95 



$ Cts. 



921 49 



1,655 00 



211 50 



311 41 

600 00 



6,742350 



3,300 00 
13,741 90 



308 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S ACCOUNTS, 1884-5. 



Harbors and Rivers — New Brunswick. 



Brought forward . 



ISt. John Harbor Negro Point : — 

Work done per contract, Steeves, Duffy & Co 

Less— Drawback $ 1,050 00 

Paid in previous years 64,400 00 



Engineer salary, July, Aug., Dec, Jan., March, April, 
May, 216 days, at $5, J. B. Hegan 

Hotel expenses, travelling expenses, postage and tele- 
grams, J. B. Hegan , 



Assistant Engineer, Jan., March, April, May, 123 days, at 

$4, ff. A. Brown. , 

Hotel expenses and travelling expenses, G. A. Brown... 



Assistant Engineer salary, March, April, 61 days, at $4, 

J. G. Allison 

Hotel expenses and travelling expenses, J. C. Allison-... 

Rodman, 173 days, at $1.50, G. A. Day 

Inspector, 158 days, at $3, S. S. Mayes , 



River St. John : — 

Riviere des Chutes to Bear Island. 

Foreman, 65$ days, at $2.60, Jno. McHartley 

Foreman, 30 days, at $2.50, T. B. Porter 

Labor, 490 days in all 

Labor and team, 18 days, at $3 50 ; 30 days, at $2.50. 



Provisions 

Board of men, 76f weeks, at $3. 



Powder, 4 kegs, at $5 ; and blasting material. 

Spikes and powder, J. S. Neil 

Tools for blasting 

Repairing tools. 

Freight on iron 



Rent and purchase of boat 

Travelling expenses of Engineer, J. B. Hegan. 

Sustenance allowance, J. B. Hegan 

Hire and board of horse, 20 days, at $3 

Telegrams ..... 



Travelling expenses of Paymaster, J. Ewing. 
Hotel expenses, 10 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses and labor, G. A. Brown. 
Hotel expenses, 2 days, at $2 do 



Travelling expenses, J. C. Allison 

Hotel expenses, 1 day, at $2, J. C. Allison. 

JSear Island to Fredericton : — 

Foreman, 50 days, at $2.50, T. S. Duncan . 

Labor, 293 days in all 

do and team, 63 days, at $3 



Paymaster, 30 days, at $2.50, F. S. Hilyard. 
Paymaster's travelling expenses, J. Ewing,., 

Rations for men .. , , 

Cooking stove and pipes , 

2 kegs powder, at $4 , 

Sharpening tools 

Hardware... 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



80,500 00 
65,450 00 



1,080 00 
259 27 



492 00 
111 44 



244 00 
53 24 

259 50 
474 00 



163 75 
75 00 

572 75 
138 00 



102 55 

230 25 



28 50 
335 80 

7 90 
65 75 

5 54 



15 50 

45 00 

60 00 

3 23 

30 42 
20 00 



13 08 
4 00 



5 98 
2 00 


125 00 
334 75 
189 00 



8 00 

3 93 

37 72 

49 66 



$ cts. 



1,339 27 

603 44 

297 24 
733 50 

949 50 
332 80 



443 49 
75 00 



123 73 

50 42 

17 08 

7 98 



648 75 
75 00 
25 06 
81 87 
28 12 



$ cts. 



13,741 9a 



18,023 45 



2,000 00 



858 80 33,765 35 



II 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 



30^ 



Harbors and Rivers — New Brunswick* 



Brought forward 



Hirer St. John :— 

Bear Island to Fredericton — Continued. 

Tow boat, 30 days, at $1 

Scow 

Hemlock boards, 1,200 ft 

Oats and hay m 



West Isles : — 

Foreman, 50 days, at $2 50, Wm. Leeman 
Labor, 205 days , 



Rodman, Dec, 31 days, at $1.50, Geo. A. Day 

Scow hire, 42 days, at 50c 

Blasting material, $49.29; hard wood, $16.60... 

Team, 2 days, $2 

Telegrams, $8.06; ferries, 40c 



Biver Tobique: — 

River St. John, above Grand Falls: — 

Foreman, 65 days, at $2 50, J. Daigle. 

Labor, 398 days 

Paymaster, 19 days, $2 

Team, 4 days 



$ cts 



49 65 



30 00 

15 00 

7 80 

38 75 



125 00 
329 25 



Balance due on Little Falls Wharf, O. Daigle 

Cedar logs, 50, at 25c, R. Martin 

Foreman, 105 days, at $2.50, W. Armstrong .., 
Labor, 416 days - 



Blacksmithing, J. Kelly 

Powder and fuse, J. F McClusky 

Postage and stationery, W. Armstrong 

Foreman, 52 days, at $2.50, E. Hutchinson, 

Labor, 378 days 

do and team, 53 days, at $2.50 



Lumber and gravel for scow, B. Hutchinson 
Provisions 



Hardware, G. F. Baird 

do H. Wottich 

Tubes, 0. W. Russel 

Paymaster, 2| months, J. Ewing „ 

Travelling expenBes do 

Water supply for office do 

Telegrams , 

Services for Oct. and Nov., F. Hart (no voucher). 



Total, Harbors and Rivers, New Brunswick, 



21 00 

65 79 

4 00 

8 46 



162 50 

578 50 

38 00 

8 60 



262 50 
672 11 



130 00 
411 15 
132 50 



34 94 
18 54 



$ cts. 



858 80 



141 20 



454 25 
46 50 



99 25 



787 50 

200 00 

12 50 



834 61 

29 50 

33 25 

2 60 



673 65 



53 48 
156 33 

3 90 

4 44 
162 50 

16 26 
10 00 
19 48 
87 50 



$ Cti. 



33,765 3& 



1,000 0G 



600 0© 



3,087 50' 
38,452 85 



310 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S ACCOUNTS, 1884-5. 



Harbor** and Rivers — Maritime Provinces Generally. 



Maritime Provinces Generally :— 

Bngineer, 91 days, to Nov. 30, at $5, J. B. Hegan 

do hotel expenses, 15 J days, at $2 ; 7$ days, at $3.50, 

J. B. Hegan 

do travelling expenses, J. B. Hegan 



Engineer, 153 days, to Nov. 30, at $4, G. A. Brown., 
do hotel expenses, 36 days, at $2 do 

do travelling expenses do 



do 
do 
do 

do 

2° 
do 

do 
do 
do 



91 days, to Nov. 30, at $4, J. C. Allison, 
hotel expenses, 28£ days, at $2 do 
travelling expenses do 

53 days, to Oct. 31, at $5, E. G. Millidge. 
hotel expenses, 36 days, at $2 do 

travelling expenses do 

91 days, to Nov. 30, at $4, T. P. Shewan. 
hotel expenses, 78 days, at $2 do 
travelling expenses do 



Rodman, 25 days, at $1.50, Geo. A. Day 

Engineer, 31. days, at $1, E. Lafleur 

do G. F. Austin , 

Sustenance allowance, 31 days, at $1.50, G. F. Austin 
Transit box, G F. Austin 



Inspector of Works, 33 days, at «2.50, E. S. MacNutt 

Lumber, 850 ft., for Kingsport, N S., E. Bigelow 

Removing snags for year, from River St. John, as per agree- 
ment, D 1). Glasier 

Salaries at Ottawa, not charged to Civil Government 



JPaTrtboro 1 :— 

Foreman, 43 days, at $2.50, W. F. Jones 

Labor, 143 days in all 

Plank, 24,648 ft., at $8.50 per M 

Deals, 14,635 do 7 00 do 

Iron, 1,295 lbs 

Spikes, augers, knives 



Paymaster, travelling expenses, J. Ewing , 
Hotel expenses, 5 days, at $2 do 

Travelling expenses, J. C. Allison, 

Hotel expenses, 9 days, at $2 do 

Boat hire, $2 ; labor, $13.50 do 



Brooklyn, N.S. : — 

Foreman, 23 days, at $2.50, A. Wood, 

Labor, 100 days 

Logs, 8,428 ft 

Hemlock, 4,300 ft. 

Iron, heading and spikes 

Ballast, 152J tons, at 40c , 

Boat hire, 8 days, at 30c , 

Water rent 



Paymaster, travelling expenses, J. Ewing 

do salary from August 1 to 16 do 



Carried forward., 



$ cts. 



455 00 



57 25 
156 69 


612 00 

72 00 

120 09 


364 00 

57 00 

102 37 


265 00 

72 00 

142 35 



364 00 
156 00 
128 57 



124 00 
46 50 
10 00 



34 75 
60 81 


26 65 
10 00 


1 32 
18 00 
15 50 



61 00 
2 40 
9 61 



3 12 

37 50 



$ cts. 



668 94 



804 09 



523 37 



479 35 



648 57 

37 50 

124 00 



180 50 

82 50 

9 22 

250 00 
776 90 



107 50 
214 23 
209 50 
101 74 



95 56 
36 65 

34 82 



57 50 

136 24 
87 76 

123 00 
81 87 



73 01 
40 62 



$ cts. 



4,584 94 



09 



600 00 
5,984 94 



11 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITUBE. 



311 



'Harbors and Rivers — Maritime Provinces Generally. 



Brought forward. 



Maritime Provinces Generally — Continued. 
Canaia Creek : — 

Foreman, 39 days, at $2.50, C. E. Eaton. 

Labor, 260 days in all. 

Labor and team, 49 days 



Timber, 3,543 ft... 
do 29 sticks 



Hardware, augers and chisels 

Paymaster, June 1 to 10, J. Ewing , 

Travelling expenses do 

Hotel expenses, 10 days, at $2, J. Ewing. 



Hall's Harbor ; — 

Foreman, 38 days, at $2.50, W. Thorpe 
Labor, 214 days in all 



Iron, 4 403 lbs 

Tools 

Hauling iron.. 



Piles, 2,458 ft, at 2c... 
Timber, 99 sticks, at $1 . 

Lumber, 9f tons 

3 knees, at $1 , 



Rope and oil 

Cleaning wharf. 



Paymaster, travelling expenses, J. Ewing. 
do hotel expenses, 8 days, at $2... 

.Hay Cove : — 

Foreman, 8 days, at % 2.50, D. McDonald.. 

Labor, 82 days, at $1 

Team, 5 days, at $1.60 



Iron, 305 lbs. 
Logs, 291 .... 
Fenders, 18 .. 



Travelling expenses, J. 
Hotel do 



fiwing. 
do 



Hillsboro 1 : — 

Foreman, 64 days, at $2.50, L. S. Steves. 

Labor, 174 days in all 

Labor and team, 11 days, at $2.50 



Timber, 4,386 ft. 
Logs, 32,672 ft. . 



Iron, 1,010 lbs 

Making bolts, and rent of tools- 
Drawing stone, 20 loads, at 60c. 
Telegrams 



Paymaster, 26 days, J. Ewing. 



Meteghan Breakwater : — 

Foreman, 5 days, at $2.50, H. F. Deveau 

Labor, 29£ do 1.00 

Labor and team, 9$ days, at $2 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



97 50 

287 55 

86 50 

115 24 



12 00 


""25 oo* 

23 38 
20 00 


95 00 
275 60 


89 13 

29 47 

5 35 



49 16 

99 00 

31 25 

3 00 

16 97 
6 00 



34 17 
16 00 



20 00 

82 00 

8 00 



""1'4'ib" 

2 00 


160 00 

224 83 

27 50 

51 78 
154 03 


22 62 
25 05 


12 00 

8 75 



12 50 
29 50 
19 00 



$ ct 



471 55 



127 74 
79 41 



68 38 



370 50 
123 95 

182 41 
22 97 
50 17 



110 00 

7 00 

96 90 

20 00 



16 10 

412 33 

205 81 

47 67 



20 75 
62 50 



61 00 



61 00 



$ cts. 



5,984 94 



747 08 



750 00 



250 00 



749 08 



8,481 08 



512 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 1884-5. 



Harbors and Rivers — Maritime Provinces Generally. 



Brought forward 



Maritime Provinces Generally— Continued. 
Ueteyhan Breakwater — Concluded: — 

Iron. 600 lbs., $13.74; 9 posts, $12 

Piling, 6 pieces, $3.30 ; flooring, 22 pieces, $6.60. 



Petit de Gras :— 

Foreman, 15 days, at $2.50, J. P. Gruchy 
Labor, 163£ do 1.00 



Boat hire, 24 days, at $1... , 

Paymaster, Feb. 1 to 9, J. Ewing. 



Red Point, P.E ' I. :— 

Foreman, 23 J days, at $2.50, H. Booyer 
Labor, 225 days t 



44 piles, $44 ; rent of pile-driver, $5... 
Lumber, 2,000 ft., at $22.50 per M .... 

Scantling, 2,379 ft ,.. 

4 stringers 

Curbing, 625 ft., at $4 per 100 ft 

Timber, 3 tons, at 3 ~ 



Iron, 1,087 lbs., at 3c 

Chisels, augers and spikes 



Hauling brush. 
Towing raft.... 



St. Mary's: — 

Foreman, 43 days, at 
Labor, 62 days in all 



.50, D. D. Landry ... 



Spars, 8, at 20c 

Hire of tools 

Services, and witnessing Touchers, G. A. Girouard. 
Stone furnished 



Porter's Wharf:— 

Foreman, at $2. 50, H. Myrer. 

Labor 

Team, 27 days, at $2 



Band dredge, W. Graham 
Brush do 

Powder and fuse do 



One crowbar Geo. Hawkins. 



Total, Maritime Provinces Generally 



$ eta. 



37 50 
163 50 



58 75 

272 44 



49 00 
45 00 
26 16 

5 00 
25 00 

9 00 



32 61 
58 72 



14 32 

4 00 



107 50 
93 88 



25 50 

112 30 

54 00 



2 00 

3 00 
1 70 



$ cts. 



25 74 
9 90 



201 00 

24 00 

25 00 



331 19 

159 16 
91 33 
18 32 



201 38 
1 60 
3 00 
6 75 
1 49 



191 80 



6 70 
1 60 



$ eta. 



8,481 08 



96 64 



250 oe 



600 0C 



214 22 



200 00 
9,841 94 



11 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



313 



Harbors and Rivers — Quebec. 



General Repairs and Improvements: — 

Flint Wharf {Lake Megantic) :— 



Inspector, 119 days, at 
Carpenters, at $1.50 ...,